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Drunken Prayer

Drunken Prayer

Indie / Soul / Country Asheville, NC  US



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  • Stuart (Artist)
    Good job keep it up! I really like your music especially "AIN'T NO GRAVE" check out my music I hope you find something you like I think "NEW WORLD" is a track for you
  • ANIMA 81 (Artist)
    ANIMA 81
    Great Music. Excellent Rythm. Nice Guitar Work. Greeting From South France. Cheers
  • Dead End Lane (Artist)
    Dead End Lane
    We have a chicken head mask too-awesome!!!
  • Justin Watts (Artist)
    Justin Watts
    I'm fired up to listen to my Merle cd!!
  • brYdn (Artist)
    yo drunkenprayer! peace \m/ n8i n k7
  • Kindred Spirit (Artist)
    Kindred Spirit
    Nice work guys. The Missionfield is a great piece of work!


  • "Into the Missionfield" paper-craft by Miss Marian Rose


Sounds Like: Reigning Sound (Official), Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Warren Zevon, The Moldy Peaches, Freakwater

Label: Fluff and Gravy

Bio: Morgan Geer

Morgan Christopher Geer is the son of a New Orleans folk singer and a California mushroom farmer. His charismatic wit comes easy, in whispers, shouts and sneers. He’s a showman–“a barking ringleader with chops between Tom Waits and the Butthole Surfers’ Gibby Haynes” (Willamette Week...See Full Bio

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“Of all the musicians evoked by Drunken Prayer mastermind Morgan Christopher Geer, the one who most mirrors the Portlander is perhaps Eels’ Mark Oliver. Not in style, per se, but in Geer’s deft hand in encompassing such a wide range of musical influences and executing them, one after another, in a genre-hopping, stream-of-consciousness flood. And on record, he does most of it himself. On last year’s Into The Missionfield, as with the rest of his body of work, Geer drifts between alt-country, psychedelia, jangle pop and Americana, with the compositions glued together by his uniquely blunt cadence. ”

— Willamette Week


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