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Movember party 95.7 The Rock
Cavalier Theater Show: Deaf Ear Records 35th Birthday Party
Sounds Like: Uncle Tupelo, The Replacements, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Gun Club, Violent Femmes
Label: Crustacean Records and Quadra Recordings Inc.
Manager: Zack Norton, Esq.
Bio: "This bare bones rock outfit fills their songs right up to the rim with smarts and country swagger and truly can deliver the goods." (PULSE of the Twin Cities)
“A little bit Gun Club, a little bit early Violent Femmes and a little bit Rolling Stones. . . no that’s still not quite it. The more I listen to Shot to Hell, the more difficult it becomes to get a description to stick. Their style is not schizophrenic, actually, it is very solid. . . just hard to accurately pin down. They have a good overall country rock flavor with a driving edge. . . but wait, then they toss in some rock ballad type stuff. Shit, I give up. . . Yes, it is way more “Rock” than “Billy,” so consider yourself warned. This band is damn good and actually one of the more intriguing sounds we have gotten in quite some time.”