According to a press release, “Earning comparisons to the Stones circa Exile on Main Street, Deadstring Brothers are Detroit incarnate. A little rough and tumble, they're roots rock drawing from Muscle Shoals, Soul, and Blues in one fell swoop. The songs are great for cruising around in your Ford, Chevy, or whatever you're driving these days. They rock, pretty much.”
Reviewing the album, we at the MT said, “"The smell of reefer and worn leather hangs heavy throughout this record, creating the aural equivalent of an old car - picture a '91 Ford that has endured a lifetime of smokers and drinkers."
Should be a great show.
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