Recently billed by New York Waste as "Hi-octane, balls out, rock-n-roll", Buzzard Wagon has spent the last year building up a reputation for being one of the tri-state area's most hardworking and consistent live bands. They have shared the stage with a variety of national acts such as Anti-Seen, Care Bears On Fire, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Electric Frankenstein, Bebe Buell, M.O.D., Bob Wayne and G.G. Allin's Murder Junkies to name a few. The Aquarian Weekly’s review read, “Buzzard Wagon has a raw and real approach... while blending rock, punk, country and metal, the group holds nothing back and does nothing under false pretenses.”
While Buzzard Wagon’s music has been alternately described as cowpunk, hellbilly and nu-Grass, the truth is it’s all of the above. Radio personality Cori Cash probably said it best when she described the band by saying, “Imagine if my great uncle Johnny Cash and AC/DC could've cross pollinated somehow and had a kid together. Now imagine Motorhead and Hank Williams made one too … well if those kids got together, Buzzard Wagon would be their spawn!” In other words this band loves to rock and you’ll know it from the moment you press play.
So when people ask, is it southern fried, country rock? Is it honky-tonk heavy metal? Well, I reckon it’s all of the above. And if you’re craving a fix of unpretentious, heavy rock n’ roll in its most timeless form, look no further my friends. Like being run down by a High Ball with no brakes, Buzzard Wagon’s music will take you on a cyclone ride of loud guitars, thundering bass and bombastic drumming. From the redwood forests, to the Gulf Stream waters, Buzzard Wagon is true American HIGH ENERGY ROCK 'N' ROLL.