With a mellow, easy voice and wise songwriting that hints of a life of honest living, Jim Bachmann has been entertaining the Phoenix scene over the past decade, sharing the stage with heroes and friends such as Billy Joe Shaver, Whitey Morgan and the 78's, Dallas Moore, Shinyribs, Reckless Kelly, The SteelDrivers, Ramsay Midwood, Mike and the Moonpies, Jeremy Pinnell, Paul Cauthen and more. Bachmann's music blends Americana, Roots, Blues and Country into a sound that stays true to tradition while serving up his own blend of Sonoran Desert soaked good-timin' stonerbilly.

JBDD with Waymore's Outlaws and played on Shooter Jennings Electric Rodeo! 

Dec 28 was a day we won't soon forget in the land of the Day Drinkers. We got to play with Waymore's Outlaws featuring Tommy Townsend, Richie Albright, Jerry "Jigger" Bridges, and Fred Newell. To cap off hanging with our honky tonk heroes, when we were leaving the bar our song played on the radio. A big thanks to Shooter Jennings for including it on Electric Radio on XM60 Outlaw Country!

The Latest From Day Drinkerville 

It's been a minute and lots of great things are happening on this side of the fence that I wanted to let you all know about. We've finally finished tracking on the new cd with Sean Cooney over at 3-Leaf Studio in Phoenix and have a release date set for November 8! I was able to work with some heroes and friends on this one - Road Warrior and all around great guy Dallas Moore dropped in and we cut the Billy Shoe Shaver classic Live Forever. We also have valley legends Ray Herndon, Jon Rauhouse, PH Naffah, Tony Martinez, Jerry Donato, Todd Chuba, Patrick Clark. John Rickard, Jennifer Robinson, Shea Marshall, Chip Hanna, August Manley, Handsome Josh Williams, Greg Muller and Greg Varlotta rounding out the tracks. We can't wait to set this one out into the world and we're going to be having a release party at thr Dirty Drummer on 44th St and Oak on Saturday November 9. Hope to see you there!

In the meantime we have some really great shows coming up with Billy Don Burns, Tony Martinez, The Cole Trains, Jim Dalton from Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, Teddy and the Rough Riders, Billy Gant, Hank Topless, and American Longspurs. Check the calendar for dates!

We also want to welcome Stanky Pete Gonzales to the band on bass - our brother from another mother. 

Be good out there to one another and we hope to see you all soon!

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