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About RJ

“A great raw country voice… raw beauty” is how No Depression Magazine describes RJ Comer. Born in Chicago and now living in the Tennessee woods, RJ has toured from Canada to Florida and throughout the U.S. Deftly straddling traditional and contemporary Americana and Blues, he’s garnered fans from biker bars to Bourbon Street and from farm towns to music festivals – including official appearances at SXSW, Canadian Music Week, Key Largo Original Music Fest, and Baton Rouge 3rd Street Songwriter’s Fest. His critically acclaimed 2018 release “One Last Kiss” earned radio spins throughout the U.S. and Europe, including the BBC U.K. and the legendary WSM Opryland Radio in Nashville.

After 4 solo releases between 2015 and 2018, and touring tens of thousands of miles, RJ took a sabbatical in 2019 to have reparative hand surgery and to rebound both physically and artistically. In 2020 RJ performed live for the first time in two years at the Key Largo Original Music Festival. He released the single “Man of Naught but Death” and his song “I Wasn’t Born an Angel” appeared as the opening credits theme song in the feature film “Abigail Haunting“. He also revived his old band Dance Hall Pimps as a studio project and released the Halloween single “Wait ’till Your Demon Gets Home.” For the foreseeable future, RJ’s primary artistic focus will be writing and recording, but he will make some selective live appearances.