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As far back as he can remember, Capricorn Studios was calling Eddie 9V. This fabled facility in Macon, Georgia, and the bands who blew through it, urged the Atlanta guitarist to ditch school at 15, play his fingers bloody throughout the south, and turn apathy into acclaim for early albums Left My Soul in Memphis (2019), dubbed “fresh and life-affirming” by Rock & Blues Muse, and Little Black Flies (2021), praised by Classic Rock as “the most instinctive blues you’ll hear all year.” Born Brooks Mason in June 1996, he acquired his first guitar at age six, ignored the prevailing pop scene at Oak Grove High School in favor of local heroes like Sean Costello and studied “older cats” like Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, Freddie King, and Rory Gallagher “to see what made them groove and tick.” His artistic vision became fully realized when he killed Brooks Mason and adopted the solo moniker that promises an electrifying night out, “Eddie 9 Volt”.