The Coyote Brothers are a band that fuses country music and lyrics with Rock-n-Roll sensibilities. As the J.D. Hinton Band, the Brothers claimed top honors in the Marlboro National Talent Roundup; have spent time in the studio with famed producer Berry Beckett; landed a developmental deal with RCA Records (Larry Lee Producing); and have toured nationally and internationally as the opening act for such music greats as Alabama, Ricky Van Shelton, Marty Stuart, Lee Greenwood, .38 Special, and America -- to name a few. The Band has appeared before national television audiences on Nashville Now and Crook and Chase, as well as being the cover story in the national publication of Performance Magazine. The Brothers' collection currently includes the EP, Ham-Hok Jiggered, singles I Ain't Ever Satisfied and Pleasant Valley Sunday and the recently released Big Ole Banty. Please visit our Merchandise section for more information about these recordings, and the other areas of our site for little known facts about the band and quotes from semi-famous people.