Sounds Like: David Allan Coe, Wayne Hancock, Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, The Louvin Brothers
Label: hustler country
Bio: The Beagle Brothers have been Pittsburgh's premiere country band for more than 8 years. They are the foundation of the "Bloomfield Sound," which mixes honky-tonk and classic country with an accelerated, high energy performance. In 2012, they released their 4th disc, "Dancers of the Drunken Two-St...See Full Bio
“We've been referring to 'Dancers' as our California record," steel guitarist Read Connolly says. "We took a trip to California about two years ago, where we visited Bakersfield, the home of Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and Dwight Yoakam, and stayed in Joshua Tree, specifically in the room at the Joshua Tree Inn where Gram Parsons died. Other than the spiritual/existential influences, you can imagine what a trip in the desert might bring, it was also a bonding experience for everyone with our country heroes." The Beagles -- singer-guitarists Noah and Gabriel Smith, bassist Kyle Kline, guitarists Jeff Ritter, Sam Cooper and Mr. Connolly -- rollick and twang through 14 tracks, including "I Found Heaven in a Gram Parsons Song," "Sunny Californee" and "Dakota the Dancing Bear Part 3," a sequel to Kris Kristofferson's "Dakota (The Dancing Bear)" and David Allen Coe's long narrative "Dakota the Dancing Bear, Part II."”
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