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Devil in a Woodpile

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devil in a woodpile

Excelent album. For anyone that enjoys good american roots music, this is it. The album has two covers of classic blues track that the band makes completely there own and the pace never slows throughout the record. It is a rarity to find good bluegrass that hasn't been over produced for the masses. While not everyone's cup of tea, for a good old-timey record, throw this one on while you are working/driving/doing whatever to keep a good pace and uplifting mood.

regional americana moderna

I know you are supposed to remain impartial but this band makes me want to do 2 things. Play my guitar. Buy a harmonica.

Hooo-haw

Hands down the best music to go along with roasted pig and deep fried turkey!!!

Biography

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Chicago's Devil in a Woodpile plays their own brash country-rock, layering it with ragtime, sultry jazz, and some nasty blues to make roots rock an ever-changing genre in music. The earnest band — frontman/multi-instrumentalist Rick "Cookin" Sherry, steel guitarist Paul K., and bassist Tom Ray — is truly in the industry for the blood, sweat, and tears of making quality music. Not playing into corporate marketing, Devil in a Woodpile signed with...
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