CDS and bands that have inspired us:

Chris Whitley: Livin with the Law and Dirt Floor

Slobberbone: Barrel Chested

Black Crowes: Southern Harmony and Musical Colelction

John Coltrane: A Love Supreme

Wilco: Being There

Bob Dylan: We don't have enough space to list 'em all

Uncle Tupelo: Anodyne and Anthology

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: Self titled debut

Dropkick Murphys: St. Patrick's Day Live in Boston

Johnny Cash

Ryan Adams' Gold along with Whiskeytown's Stranger's Almanac

Released Spring 2006
Y'allternative, Drinking Man's Rock, or sometimes Alt Country

"the group's most underproduced album yet, a suitably ragged, off-the-cuff recording that sounds as if it were tracked in a garage in one take. As this disc spins, you can damn near smell the motor oil and cheap beer.
And that's the way it should be." Jason Bracelin, Scene mag
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No Name Cafe
Released 2004
that part of Americana where Uncle Tupelo, Black Crowes, Georgia Satellites and Chris Whitley share a case of Pabst.

"..serve up some of the best forget-your-troubles songs you've heard in a long time." "an attractive mix of Americana and hard rock, with touches of blues, country-rock, and even punk."
-both fromSteve Byrne Cleveland Scene Mag 3/31/04
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Talk Down The Sky
Released 2003
Roadhouse rock. Beer-soaked gems that promise no nasty hangover. Drive By Truckers, Slobberbone, or a young Tom Petty with a shot of adrenaline.

The music warms the blood. If you have any appreciation for country rock, if you’ve ever downed longnecks in a honkytonk after the woman done left you, if your passion for cars eclipses your passion for what’s-her-name (the woman you married), if you have ever uttered the phrase “yee-haw” in your life (wipe that innocent look off your face), then this CD is for you.
Jennifer Layton,
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Other Local Bands you should check out:

Roger Hoover and the Whiskeyhounds

Lords of the Highway

Whiskey Daredevils

Uncle Scratch's Gospel Revival

Clint Holley

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