About the Band
Laurel Knox and the Whitleys is one of the most versatile and unique bands to come out of Southeastern Kentucky in recent years. With influences ranging from country music performers such as Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, and Sturgill Simpson, to rock artists like The Who, Led Zeppelin, and Jack White, throw in a few CCR and Hank III covers and Laurel Knox is sure to have an eclectic, electric vibe that can be enjoyed by all.
The band is comprised of three primary members; Josh Teague, guitar, banjo, bass; Mike Cook, guitar, mandolin; and Tyler Dixon, drums and percussion. Even though Laurel Knox and the Whitleys have only performing regularly for about two years, each member of the band has 10+ years experience of playing music around Kentucky and Tennessee from former bands and solo projects.
The band has spent the past few months recording and mixing their debut album, "Smoke From This Altar", which is set to be released August of 2018. The album will feature all original songs written by the members of the band.