Meet the Band

West Brook |Brady Clampitt | Isaac Corbitt | Willis Gore | Shane Platten |  Shaun Taunton | Melody Trucks

 

Our Mission Statement: "Community - Not Competition"

Jacksonville FL is not only the home of the Melody Trucks Band, but houses a family of supportive musicians dedicated to building a positive creative culture. Check out "Our Jacksonville Family" site to discover the amazing talent living in this city.

 

"Where words fail, music speaks" - Hans Christian Andersen

 

What’s New!

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Walking in Gratitude Now Available!


2019 two track limited run single disc and poster

also available in our Store!

 
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Artwork by Jimmy Rector, featuring photography by Sidney Smith.

 

Videos & More

Suwannee Rising - “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’” featuring Lamar Williams Jr.

Suwannee Rising was beyond all expectations. Paul Levine put on an amazing festival, and the Melody Trucks Band is so grateful and proud to have been included in this inaugural event. Can’t wait till next year!

 

Orange Blossom Jamboree - 2019 Full Set

OBJ, is always a good time. This festival showcases the love and comradery amongst Florida’s deep music family. This year Music Fest News captured the energy on the farm in their review click here to check it out!

 

Where it all began..

2017 DEBUT! 

We were honored to have our debut show at the Great Outdoors Jam in Lakeland FL. The weekend was filled with camping and continuous music from many talented bands: Come Back Alice, Joe Marcinek with the Heavy Pets, Black Water Grease, and  many other wonderful musicians. 

Watch us take the stage for the first time! 

Video courtesy of Swamp Hippie Gulf Coast


First SOLD OUT Show!!!

What an amazing group, getting together to celebrate life, thank you Scott Sharrard, Marc Quiñones, Berry Duane Oakley, Ben Sparaco, Josh Foster, Richie Schmidt, Doug Michels, David Fernandez, Cara Favasoli, John Ginty, Albert Poliak and your whole crew!

 

Filmed by CHeeSeHeaDPRoDuCTioNS and huge thanks to Jay Skolnick for all the photos!