JL Fulks – Fri. Apr. 27th

JL Fulks – Fri. Apr. 27th

Jeffrey Lynn Fulks Jr. now known as JL Fulks was born in Greenville, South Carolina in 1990. At age 13, he began playing guitar, after being inspired by his father’s love for the blues. JL’s immediate prowess with the instrument led to him joining The Praise Band at a local Christian Academy. When his father noticed his son’s abilities, he gave him the Stevie Ray Vaughan album “Texas Flood” and told him, “If you’re going to play guitar, play it like that.” Soon after, JL joined an original rock band in high school. The group ended up winning his high school’s “Battle of the Bands.”
In 2009, JL formed a rock band called “Until Next Time”, with three musicians from the local music scene. The band was very popular in the Greenville, South Carolina region and eventually won a “Battle of the Bands” competition, sponsored by Gorilla Productions. The band parlayed their success by winning the finals at Greenville’s premier music venue “The Handlebar”. They were subsequently voted Greenville’s best rock band and were awarded free recording time at Sit-n-Spin Studios, as well as a headline opportunity at The Handlebar. Things were looking up for the popular band as several independent labels were interested in signing them, Read More…

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