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Great American Music

I host a weekly independent music podcast called The Great American Music Hour (available on iTunes) and have recently discovered the music of The Spanic Boys, much to my delight. This father-and-son band embodies the best that indie rock has to offer: great tunes, tight lyrics, "ragged but right" playing and production, and a sense of humor. The drum pattern on "Sunshine" sounds lifted from The Beatles' "Tomorrow Never Knows," and "What Will You Do" would have felt right at home on The Stone's "Sticky Fingers," but The Spanic Boys are original enough to avoid direct comparisons with their musical forebears. If you like good old fashioned rock and roll, you'll love this.


Formed: 1986

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The father and son team of Tom and Ian Spanic, of Milwaukee, WI, became the darling of the critics in the late '80s and early '90s, when they released three albums for Rounder Records. Known for their loud, intense, fiery guitar playing, their music could best be described as roots rock, complete with lots of references to blues and rockabilly thrown into their heavily guitar-laden mix. The father and son duo, whose harmonies are reminiscent of the Everly...
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Sunshine, Spanic Boys
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Nov 21, 2006

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