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Bumpkin is as one fan describes it, "The greatest band still alive." Bumpkin is actually a singular artist out of Texas with influences deriving from the Outlaw and Bakersfield sounds. Ray Wylie Hubbard, Johnny Cash, and the Doors are influences the listener will find in his music. More Songs About Drinking and Women Who Left (2007) has been selected by cdbaby as an Editor's pick in it's Outlaw Country genre, and his music is gaining airplay on finer stations around the world who pay tribute to Country the way it used to be and should be.
Additional Dysfunction, Bumpkin's follow up EP to More Songs About Drinking and Women Who Left, was released on September 21, 2012 on cdbaby.com/bumpkin5
An accompanying documentary titled Bumpkin: The Recording of Additional Dysfunction was filmed concurrently and offers the viewer a thorough insight into the recording process at Palymyra Studios. It was produced by Josh Hoover under engineer Pappy Middleton and is accessible at