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Excellent Archive of World's Best Bar Band

When a band is sought after for collaboration by Grammy Award winner Dave Alvin (Blasters), Jonathan Richman, Syd Straw, Robbie Fulks, Rudy Grayzell, The Bottle Rockets and Wilco, you know they got the chops to keep up with any legend. This is a great live record of a great band. Check out the rockers like "Trans Am", "Big Guitar" and cover of "Very Last Day". The humorous "Thirty Days in the Workhouse" was played live on Michael Feldman's (big fan) "Whad'ya Know" radio show. Many in the music industry know about this band's skill and reliability for creating great records, either as a backing band or headliner. Lou Whitney (bass, producer), D. Clinton Thompson (guitar), Bobby Lloyd Hicks (drums), Joe Terry (keyboards) and Kelly Brown (keyboards) are all at the top of their fields in technical skill, live improvisation and limitless knowledge and ability to reinterpret the flavorings of any American pop, frat and roots genre. Rolling Stone called them the "World's best bar band."


Formed: Springfield, MO

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

The Skeletons never gained widespread recognition, yet they had a small cult of dedicated followers who made them a modestly popular roots-rock bands in the late '80s and '90s. Based in Springfield, Missouri, the Skeletons formed in 1979 as a touring band assembled by Steve Forbert. Following the tour, they decided to stay together, releasing their own records when they weren't touring either as their own entity or as a supporting group. In 1987 they released their first American album, Rockin' Bones....
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ALIVE In the Nineties, The Skeletons
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Aug 13, 2007

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