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The Apache Relay was an American folk-rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. The band consisted of Michael Ford Jr (singer/guitarist), Mike Harris (guitar), Brett Moore (mandolin, organ), Steve Smith (drums), Kellen Wenrich (fiddle) and Ben Ford (bass and vocals). The band’s name originated from a race-competition scene in the movie Heavyweights. Formed in a dorm at Belmont University, they released the concept album 1988 in 2009 under the moniker Michael Ford Jr. & the Apache Relay, later dropping the frontman’s name for their follow-up 2011 album American Nomad
Nashville band The Apache Relay has come a long way since their humble beginnings in vocalist Michael Ford, J. s Belmont dorm room. They impressed on their 2009 debut 1988, but the real momentum picked up with 2011’s American Nomad, which won the band slots opening for Mumford & Sons and appearing at renowned festivals like Newport Folk. On this latest effort, long-time fans will notice fuller instrumentals and an evolution in songwriting, brought about in part by producer Kevin Augunas.
The Apache Relay takes more long car rides than most bands. The Apache Relay was an American folk-rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. The band consisted of Michael Ford, Jr (singer/guitarist), Mike Harris (guitar), Brett Moore (mandolin, organ), Steve Smith (drums), Kellen Wenrich (fiddle) and Ben Ford (bass and vocals).
The Apache Relay are an indie folk band from Nashville with a pastoral, roots-pop sound. The band formed in 2008 while attending Nashville's Belmont University, with singer/guitarist Michael Ford, Jr. eventually joining the existing core group of Mike Harris (guitar), Brett Moore (mandolin, organ), and Kellen Wenrich (fiddle). Working with Avett Brothers producer Doug Williams, the quartet released their debut in 2009, a concept album called 1988 under the name Michael Ford, Jr. For their follow-up, 2011's American Nomad, Ford's name was dropped from the.
in 2003, Jimmy Thackery covered "Apache" for his album Guitar. In 2005, the German band Scooter covered this song as an instrumental for the album Who's Got The Last Laugh Now? in a techno version. Later that year, a single was released which combined elements of "Apache" and "Rock Bottom" from the same album, known as "Apache Rocks The Bottom". A 60-second portion of a re-mastered version by The Shadows was used in the 2012/13 UK TV advert for Mattessons 'Fridge Raiders' snack.
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Ford Jr. dropped out of college, and the group, which at the time included Mike Harris (guitar, vocals), Brett Moore (keys, guitar, mandolin), Kellen Wenrich (fiddle, keys) gigged relentlessly behind their 2009 debut 1988 and 2011’s breakthrough American Nomad. Midway through their touring in support of American Nomad Ford, Jr’s brother joined the band rounding out the group’s line up and sound.
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