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Sitting atop an old wooden ammunition box, Randall Conrad Olinger plays a jambalaya mix of country, blues, carny-rock and metal, or as he likes to call it “hobo honky-tonk!” A brand of music all his own, crafted from old amps, loud guitars, and a homemade foot drum held together by wires, tires, and other household junk. A fearless soul who’s played the street, rail, and river bank, pub, bar and theater, sharing the stage with local legends Munly and The Lupercalians, as well as national acts, such as Scott H. Biram, and William Elliot Whitmore. Randall Conrad Olinger always brings the best with his honest, foot-stompin’ rock music-straight from the heart.