Sounds Like: Hank Williams III, Dwight Yoakam, Drive-By Truckers, Buck Owens, Johnny Cash
Bio: When today's country music is driven by cowboy wanna-be's and prom queens who couldn't cut it on MTV, Truckstop Preachers make it a point to deliver freight loads of raw honky tonk music to their audience.
It's this respect that has attracted a congregation of real music listeners to the Truckst...See Full Bio
Truckstop Preachers has a show on 01/11/2015 at 09:00 PM @ Evening Muse in Charlotte, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5hcsla #concert
“While not quite “Live at Folsom Prison” these boys don’t fall too short of the mark. Kicking off with Vegas bound the Preachers sound like some sort of strange amalgamation between Johnny Cash and The Reverend Horton Heat. Truck driving music with an ass kicking country edge. Their song selection ranges from broken hearts to broken bones. Prison, lost love, fighting, and unfaithfulness are all covered in the CD’s dozen tracks. All in all, I would have to say this is an excellent debut. While it’s got a little something for everyone, let me give you a bit of warning in advance. If you love Garth Brooks or Billy Ray Cyrus then I wouldn’t waste your time on this album. It’s not for you. However, if you’re into David Allen Coe, Buck Owens, Southern Culture on the Skids, Merle Haggard, or any of the other bands I’ve mentioned in a favorable light, then this album might be just what the doctor ordered.”