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Colonel J.D. Wilkes is best known as the frontman for the band Th' Legendary Shack Shakers and The Dirt Daubers, but he has also received notice as a sideshow banner painter and as an artist of satirical comic books. J.D. graduated from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky with a BA in Studio Art in 1995. His work is regularly featured in exhibits at Nashville's folk-oriented TAG Art Gallery.
Th' Legendary Shack Shakers have been called "The best damn band in America" by Hank Williams III, and the Colonel has been dubbed "the last great rock'n roll frontman" by Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys.
Debby and Larry Kline will be on the show tonight to promote their many art projects happening including their Kickstarter project. "A book of photos and DVD of videos created in restaurants as we dine, using only the junk on our table such as napkins, placemats, etc" http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/theklines/my-dinner-with-the-klines They are "artists and provocatuers – installation, performances, and other works"
Their recent exhibitions include major solo exhibitions at Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (San Francisco), California Center for the Arts Museum, La Casa del Tunel Art Center (Tijuana), The Athenaeum Music and Arts Library (La Jolla, CA) and an international exhibition of environmental artists at Museum on the Seam (Israel), which involved traveling to Jerusalem and creating a 1 ton adobe structure on the roof of the museum.
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