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Album Review

Lucky Day is a pleasant set by the always-touring Southern jammers — Jupiter Coyote. The band is obviously attempting to follow in the Allman Brothers' footsteps. Lucky Day is produced by Johnny Sandlin, who worked on several early Allman albums, and has plenty of Allman-ish slide guitar. The band also borrows some Allman lyrics for the way-too-long title song. Although the album contains no music that rises to the level of the ABB's catalog, there is not a bad song on Lucky Day.


Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The modern rock five-piece Jupiter Coyote spawns a technicolor blend of bluegrass and American trad rock. Matthew Mayes (guitar) and childhood friend John Felty (vocals/guitar) started the band in their native Brevard, NC, as a means to earn some money in college. They spent the early '90s playing frat houses and small bars, sharpening their funk and country-pop stylings. Several bandmembers came and went and by the mid-'90s, Mayes and Felty had made Jupiter Coyote their careers. Their steady five-piece,...
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