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220 South has been entertaining people of all ages for almost 10 years.  Playing a variety of music from Today's Hits, Top 40 Country, Southern Rock, 80's Rock, as well as their own original music, 220 South brings a driving, upbeat, fun show that will have you dancing!  We are committed to providing your guests with a fun and entertaining time at your events. From small clubs and private parties to full outdoor festivals and concerts, 220 South has you covered! From Garth to Grand Funk,, from Luke Combs to Lynrd Skynrd, we play the biggest hits and best variety of music!

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David Wayne, Lead Vocals/Rhythm Guitar

It’s no exaggeration to say 220 South  has made a name for having a strong lead singer with a unique sound. Whether you’ve been to one of the many live performances or you’ve heard one of their recordings, you’ll see why they’re renowned for their vocal capabilities and musical versatility. Born in August of 71 in Martinsville, VA, David started his musical journey at 5 years old in a Gospel music band with his parents.  Exposing him to many genres of music, David's parents supported and encouraged his love for music by instilling in him the desire to find new sounds and styles of music.  David picked up the guitar at 10 years old and self-taught himself how to play not only the guitar but bass guitar, piano, drums and upright bass.  David's vocal talents were recognized at an early age and he was able to excel in choirs and vocal competitions.  David was trained in classical music vocals by Master Staff Sgt Martha Canipe, U.S. Army Field Chorus, for 3 years.  He went on to win multiple honors in competitions as well as being selected for the U.S. National Chorus.  Proper training has allowed David to be able to give the best vocal performance, every single time. From gritty rock songs to belting out a ballad, David's voice brings the heat!

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Dave Mann -- Bass/Vocals

Dave Mann started playing drums for bands in Monroe County, WV at the age of 14.  At 22, he picked up the bass and became one of the best around.  He went on the road and started playing with Vic Dana.  In 1989, after 15 years on the road, Dave returned home and started playing with local bands as well as being a studio musician in Darlington, SC.  It was here that Dave joined the Sugar Bees, who received a Cammy Award for Best Album of the Year.  Dave has opened or played with many powerhouses of music such as Chuck Berry, Lee Greenwood, George Jones, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, Billy Ray Cyrus, Confederate Railroad, and Blackhawk.  In 2003, Dave decided to lay down the bass and went into the car industry for 17 years.  But the bug would bite again, and in 2020, Dave got the itch and returned to music with the 220 South.

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Barry Lee Bowman -- Lead Guitar/Vocals

Barry Bowman resides in a small community of West Virginia.  He is a phenomenal guitarist as well as an educator.  Barry is an accomplished guitarist and vocalist who plays not only guitar, but banjo, dobro, mandolin, steel guitar, bass, piano, and violin.  Barry has played all over the country with a multitude of venues and genres.  Jazz, blues, folk, Americana, rock, swing, you name it, Barry plays it.  Barry has opened for artists such as Joe Diffie, Aaron Tippin, Billy Jo Royal, Confederate Railroad, Ricochet, and Earl Thomas Conley.  Barrys' onstage antics are as varied as his background.

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Jake White-- Drums, Vocals

Jake White comes from a musical family in Southern West Virginia.  Jake started playing music at an early age at his family's music barn and quickly became a sought after musician.  His talent for rock-solid timing and out-of-the-box beats leaves a lasting impression. Jake is also a gifted singer who sings lead and harmonies. Jake has recorded on numerous albums for various artists while touring the Midwest and East coast.  You may have seen this drum virtuoso playing at a beach bar in Garden City SC, Ole Red in Gatlinburg TN, or maybe the historic Cowboys in Alabama.

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Tim White -- Sound Engineer

From Princeton, WV, Tim began his musical career playing bluegrass and picking the mandolin.  Within a couple of years, he began learning the craft of sound engineering and lighting.  Tim was the lead singer for the Southern Star band.  Tim has been doing sound engineering for 25 years and has worked with such artists as Ronnie McDowell, Little Jimmy Dickens, Jim Ed Brown, Earl Thomas Conley and many others. Tim is the owner of Southern Star Productions located in Moneta, VA.  When he's not running sound and lighting with 220 South, Tim can be found providing sound production throughout the region for various festivals and entertainment venues.

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Get in touch to learn more about 220 South, their music and upcoming appearances.

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