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Since beginning in 2006 in Lubbock, Tx, Lager & the Fatties began as a simple cover-band at some seedy college bars. If they weren't playing 20 minutes country/blues jams, they were covering the likes of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, BB King, Robert Earl, Blues Brothers, etc. Soon, they had a solid following and were playing 4-5 hour sets along the Broadway Strip and "The Depot" area in downtown. Fueled by Makers, Jager & smokes, they were known around Lubbock as one HELL of a good time. Traveling around Texas for a couple summers, they soon were writing their own music and realized that they had a unique sound of classic country with a bluesy feel.
After a couple of years off, it's time to get the party started again. Lager & the Fatties have now FINALLY gotten in the studio and went to work. Their first album, "Whiskey Feelin", was produced at Fort Worth Sound in November 2013. This album was a collection of songs that had been written over a span of several years that was driven by their travels and experience all around Texas. Many of the songs were written in the oil patch where they were picking a guitar and waiting for "black gold" to shoot out of the ground. It was time to put these songs on paper and get back in the music scene.