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Firmly rooted in the tradition of folk, country blues, and punk, Situation Out of Control is a caustic and twangy mixed bag of pared down rock & roll. John Tibbles plays an incredibly rhythmic bass that is complimented by the steady hand of his father, Doug Tribbles, on drums. The title track is thick and meaty, filled with just a tinge of hard rock — courtesy of Barbara Keith's driving electric guitar — while "Highland Boy" and "My Horse Has Wings" turn it down a notch to capture pure choral balladry. Barbara Keith has had her songs covered by the likes of Tanya Tucker and Barbra Streisand, and as one-third of the Stone Coyotes her command of melody, harmony, and rock sensibility has the potential to lift this trio beyond musical obscurity.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

As an unlikely rock trio in the form of a New York City guitarist and vocalist (Barbara Keith aka mom), a former television sitcom writer-turned-drummer (Doug Tibbles aka dad), and a bassist playing since the age of 11 (John Tibbles aka son), the Stone Coyotes have paved an esoteric musical path from New York City to Los Angeles all the way to Western Massachusetts in their quest for rock & roll respectability. Eschewing major-label distribution, the band released its initial recording, Church of...
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