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Jamal Yushua,Tin Can Fish Band on Pulse of Northern Neck Radio Show

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in 2006, with Steve and long time friend, Colonial Williamsburg tavern musician and all around stringed instrument maestro, Doug Austin. While primarily performing original songs, TCFB draws from a wide variety of material and songwriters ranging from public domain and Bluegrass to classic pop, Americana and World music. Doug and Steve have performed for several years throughout the southeast and collaborated on several studio projects including "Broken Land Parkway" and "Nothing But Hope". Doug is a much sought after string player in central Virginia and also plays in the Runaway String Band and Blue Line Highway. Drummer and Hand percussion player Jack Taggart (ILLbillys and The Lost Souls) and Circuit Rider/ Single Bullet Theory bassist and long time musical cohort Keith MacPhee combined with TinFish to form TIN CAN FISH BAND in 2012. Veteran Richmond guitar favorite John Leedes joined TCFB in November 2013 followed by Joe Conner on Accordion and keys in 2014. Together they filled out the bands sound with soaring electric leads and intricate layering interwoven with Doug's mando and fiddle giving Tin Can Fish Band its unique acoustic and electric blend.

Jamal Yushua

 

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Jamal Yushua from Baltimore Maryland began singing and playing the piano at the age of ten to a packed house in churches all over Maryland. Later in his teens he began to write, compose and engineer his own jazz music. While growing as a musician, he also grew in spirituality. As an adult, he mixed the two and the result was therapeutic spiritual Jazz music. Being sensitive to those who are looking for music to release stress, Jamal was inspired to make music especially for them. With the help and encouragement of his peers, Yushua decided to share his music with the world. 

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