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iTunes Review

This Americana supergroup comes together for a rich and layered serving of rock ‘n’ roll, prepared the old-fashioned way.

Customer Reviews

Chaos Reigns Supreme

Wasn't expecting much because I thought the first album was just ok. I am blown away by how good this one is. Different vibe then first. Not a bad song on the album.

Very promising

I can't wait for this album to come out, the first track is great.
So happy another album and tour are upon us.
Best supergroup ever

What a relief

... after all those little digitally-modified voices against a background of electronic sludge and a monotonous beat like someone smacking a bag of sand with a baseball bat. Actual singing and playing of actual instruments. Maybe I should have given it the other star.

Biography

Formed: 2013 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

When Todd Snider decided it was time to work with musicians his own age for a change, he ended up forming an all-star group of jam band and alt-country veterans known as the Hard Working Americans. In 2012, after Snider had wrapped up touring behind his album Agnostic Hymns & Stoner Fables, he had a conversation with his friend Chad Staehly, keyboard man with the group Great American Taxi, about his working methods. "One day Chad Staehly pointed out to me that I spend a lot of time with my heroes...
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