"Ain't much to see in a small town, but what you hear sure makes up for it" is the old adage. In Ten Sleep WY, population 307, what you'll hear - more often than not - is a clanky old banjo ricocheting off the storefronts and buttes, like a renegade .22 rifle shell. This clamor is Jalan Crossland, trailer park troubadour. "Gossip is better when you sing it" he says. His songs are vivid, first-hand accounts of life in the small towns and backcountry of 21st century America. Like the people they portray, the songs are tough and honest. Jalan glides along on the wheels of an American music he calls “Bottom 40 Country”. Old-time and bluegrass are present, but treated to the freedom of rock-n-roll.