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The Henhouse Prowlers

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Album Review

The Henhouse Prowlers are a Chicago-based group of youngsters trying mightily to re-create the spirit and form of vintage bluegrass. The six-piece band have no drummer and use strictly acoustic instruments, in keeping with traditional bluegrass values, and their voices (all six sing) are if anything slightly too studied in their dead-on mimicry of old-fashioned Clinch Mountain twang. The songs are a mix of band originals and suitable covers like Bill Monroe's "Sittin' Alone in the Moonlight" and Guy Clark's "Homegrown Tomatoes." The album's one botch is a pointless, cutesy version of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter" done up in the bluegrass style, which doesn't work as a joke or as music. That pandering misstep aside, this is a solid piece of contemporary bluegrass with its heart in the right place.

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The Henhouse Prowlers

I saw these guys back in 2007 in Chicago. I bought a t-shirt that had their bar name of Sexfist on it, with a unity fist underscored by the name. It was in John Deere colors. My now wife saw me in it the first time we met and was intrigued. In a round-a-bout way The Henhouse Prowlers helped bring about the birth of my son twenty-three days ago. The album is awesome too!

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