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Casey Miller and Megan Wise are the power duo known as Barnyard Stompers. The Stompers are quite possibly the most energetic, rawest, toughest Country music outfit performing today. Never pandering to the masses, BS is Nashville's worst nightmare. They combine Texas Stomp, Blues, Metal and Dark Hillbilly to create a style of Outlaw Twang that is all their own. Barnyard Stompers hold true to their heros like Johnny Cash, George Jones, Muddy Waters, Waylon Jennings and Howlin' Wolf along as well as more recent influences such as Sturgill Simpson and Junior Brown.
In just two years, Barnyard Stompers have released three full-length records, including their debut CD, The Way-Gone, Wild and Rockin' Sounds of Barnyard Stompers as well as their 2013 release, Outlaws with Chainsaws and their most recent release, Highway Gospel. The Stompers have performed more than 300 shows in over forty states and five countries and have shared the stage with such artists as Whitey Morgan, Scott H. Biram, Roger Alan Wade, The Pine Box Boys, Hellbound Glory, Joe Buck and Goddamn Gallows.
Casey Miller plays a heavy-handed guitar, a raunchy harmonica and sings with the power of Waylon Jennings and George Jones, the passion of Howlin' Wolf and the darkness of Johnny Cash but never takes himself too seriously. Megan Wise plays all things percussive in a way with which very few can compete, producing a big, full sound as she pounds away on the skins. Her vocal style is reminiscent of Kitty Wells and she can swing the hell out of a guitar. The multi-talented, multi-tasking Wise always wows a crowd when she simultaneously performs both instruments at live shows. The two combine their brand of humor and hellraising as they jack with their audiences and get them stirred up for a damn fun show. Folks agree that Barnyard Stompers have one of the fullest, most powerful sounds in the genre. This power duo certainly holds their own as they run circles around most four or five piece bands and those who are into true stomping, down-home, roots music should not miss a chance to see the Barnyard Stompers.