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J.L. Wilkins and Ray Schneckloth have a great time laughing with the crowd and playing the best all around country dance music in and around the Billings, Montana area. Both have been playing and singing in bands for many years and their love of good music and showmanship come through at every show. They have a following that is very faithful and supportive. J. L. Wilkins, a multi-talented young man on acoustic lead and rhythm guitar, fiddle, mandolin, and stand-up bass, and Ray Schneckloth on lead electric and acoustic guitars. Ray and J.L. have been working together for over two years now building a repertoire sure to attract many a dancer or those that just like to listen to a variety of good music.
They have since
produced a demo of 6 songs AND just recently a video of "Man Of Constant Sorrow" as a "business card" and have posted them on
this website for you to enjoy.... AND we are currently recording ANOTHER 6 songs that we will add to this collection very soon.
Keep your eyes on this website for future announcements, more sound and video clips, photographs, and current news.
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Cedar Ridge Jukebox!
If you would like to be notified of our next engagement by email, just send the guys a note asking to be added to their next announcement.
Here is a video for your viewing pleasure that Mary, Ray's wife took while we were at the Shoshone. Thanks Mary! In addition, we have a new set of stage lights courtesy of J.L. himself! (It may take a while to buffer because it's a large file).
It's been a little while since our last gig at the American Legion. J.L.'s higher education is much more important. But with summer coming on and school out for a period, we are looking to expand our area and focus a little more on the obscure. So, stay with us, keep visiting this website for more details.
By the way, anyone that has taken photographs of their group or us, we would be more than happy to share them right here. Please email them to Ray and we will be sure to put them on as soon as we can. Send them right off of your digital camera. We will be able to adjust size and if it seems a bit dark, send it anyway because we can lighten them up. We are looking for a particular photo of J.L. playing mandolin and another of him playing fiddle with his guitar strapped to his back. If you have any of those, please forward right away and we'll put them up on this website.
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Friday, June 7, 2013
Billings Community & Senior Center
Open to the public 360 N 23rd Street Billings, MT
(This is a correction as of 5/21/13)
7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Saturday, June 8, 2013
25 Year Anniversary