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With a name taken from the embarrassing effects of an old childhood prank, the Horsebite Tears began as an acoustic trio, playing their Winfield campfire classics of old. Like old country music itself, electricity and drums crept into the Horsebite Tears sound, now dubbed “Twango” music. With three-fourths of the 80’s rock group Xenon now on board, the HBT set out to bring any music suitable for the “Twango” label to the public. Charlie Daniels and Lionel Ritchie rub shoulders under this banner, as do Buck Owens and the Goose Creek Symphony.