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Lager & the Fatties / Bio

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.

General Info

Band Members
Ryan Edwards - Vocals, Kyle O'Neal - Bass, Cody Myers - Guitar, Taylor Fontenot - Drums, Kyle Davis - Keyboard
Artist Name
Lager & the Fatties
Home Page
Active Since
Country / Blues / Texas

Contact Info

Dallas, TX
Ryan Edwards

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