Like the soundtrack to a spaghetti western set in the Dust Bowl, Whiskey Folk Rambler’s “folk noir” blends ominous, reverb-dripping guitars with boot-stomping train beats and funereal horns to create sonic backdrops for down-on-your-luck ballads and beer-soaked anthems.
Their music is the sound of a union meeting at its drunkest, of a last-resort robbery gone awry, of mice and men and the lengths they’ll go to forget about their troubles. From catchy singalongs to moody shuffles, Whiskey Folk Rambler’s sound takes American roots music down a road less traveled, where even the Devil might be waiting to raise a toast. ~ Steve Steward
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