Sounds Like: Ray Wylie Hubbard, Social Distortion, Brian Setzer, The Blasters
Label: 220 Studio / Cheap 'N' Easy Records
Bio: Stella, the girl next door? Not so much. She's a rebel and now she's got you in trouble too. A smoke and a drink away from the graybar hotel. Livin' a little faster than your comfort zone. Don't worry, she knows a little bit about what she's doing. Keep your wits about you and $30 for bail.
Bass, Vocals, harmonica, guitar, horn section
Guitar, Vocals, cigar box, car keys
Multi-Instrumentalist, Drums, guitar, keyboards, bass, ocarina/pan flute
“Thirty Dollar Stella's You're In Some Trouble Son (part III) "This album is very well done and includes a good mix of covers, like "Copperhead Road," as well as originals. It's also a good mix of country, rock and blues. Regardless of the sognwriter or the style of the song, this album doesn't contain any throwaway songs. Every song on the album is a good one that will get you moving. If you've been on the lookout for a band that could be your new favorite, Thirty Dollar Stella is a good place to start. You're in Some Trouble, Son will be available on Dec. 8. For more information - and to stream the entire album - visit the band's ReverbNation page."”