They have short legs, bristly hair and blunt snouts, but their music is far from piggish. The RoadHawgs, fresh out of the sty, combine the best of rock-n-roll, Dixie-fried, southern boogie, and country music. The band features twin-guitar harmony and an in-the-pocket rhythm section sure to drive any herd out of the pen and on to the dance floor. Their tight and mighty timbre grunts and snorts with uproarious animal life, prodding spectators to squeal with delight. The RoadHawgs emerged from mud holes across the country and met at the trough in Atlanta. They display a geographic diversity of influences, which they sculpt into fat and lively lyrical modulations. The RoadHawgs are sure to hog-tie hordes of humanity, leave them wallowing in wonder and hoofing with happiness. The band can ham it up, but it ain't no Spam-licking swine. It's a serious gig, no pig in a poke. Come out and enjoy the show. The kick some curly tail.