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Jackpot Junction Casino and Hotel 39375 County Hwy 24, Morton, MN 56270
The Bitteroots Album Release Party in The Atlanta Room
Come celebrate the Holidays with Drivin n Cryin at their annual Christmas show. Opening is Sons of Bill and Jason Isbell. Show starts at 8:00.
The Gasoline Bros have been described as a hillbilly Tom Petty. No matter what you call it it rocks. The band consists of Ray Strickland - Vocals & guitar, Jack Browning - Guitar, David Piper-Bass, Billy Pitts - Drums and Joey Huffman - Keyboards. The songs are memorable, well written and the band is just tight enough to keep it on the rails. Come on out and experience for yourself the band that has just the right amount of swagger and the right amount of twang. The Gasoline Bros. won't disappoint. Listen to their new EP at:Gasoline Bros. at <a href="http://www.reverbnation.com/main/music_artists#!/gasolinebrothers">Gasoline Bros.</a>
Sounds Like: Steve Earle, Ryan Adams, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Label: Toybox Music LLC
Manager: Redlight Management
Bio: Joey knew he wanted to be a musician the instant he heard "Honky Tonk Women" by the Rolling Stones. He was six years old and moved to start playing the guitar. He began to play the piano at the age of ten. He learned by listening to and copying Nicky Hopkins, Ian McLagan, Johnny Johnson, Billy Pa...See Full Bio
“By the time the more gentle Wrapped in Sky, the band's Geffen debut in 1996, hit the shelves, they were nearly forgotten -- lost in the void that many bands of their generation would find themselves in in the wake of grunge. Kinney, Nielsen, and Sullivan held strong -- with the addition of Joey Huffman on keyboards for Wrapped in Sky. Fowler left the fold shortly thereafter, but the band continue to record, releasing the self-titled Drivin' N' Cryin' in 1997. A live set, The Essential Live Drivin' n' Cryin', showed up in 1999. Next up was a four-song EP, Detroit City Rock, in 2003, followed by another studio album, The Great American Bubble Factory, in 2009.”