In 2003, “Jmac and Junior” was formed when Jason McIntyre and Jason “Junior” Tutwiler teamed up and started playing gigs around central Pennsylvania; playing classic tunes by The Band, Tom Petty, Muddy Waters, and other influential artists. After honing their craft in the local bar scene, the pair pulled in a few more musicians to form the alt-country band, The Rustlanders. After releasing their self-titled debut album, the Rustlanders toured the country establishing a national presence with national acts such as grammy-winning songwriter Ryan Bingham, Grace Potter & The Nocturnals, John Fogerty and Keith Urban. In 2010, the Rustlanders disbanded, after which McIntyre and Tutwiler continued to collaborate and entertain local audiences. Their latest collaboration is the release of their album, Miles, recorded at Hickory Lane Studio in Lemont, PA. Jason and Junior toured nationally to support the album; playing in LA, NYC, Nashville, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh.