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Transylvania Transport Co. / Press

“Another detail Bobo was psyched about was the performance from like-minded Winston-Salem band Transylvania Transport Company. The troupe, who do a hobo-gypsy take on traditional mountain jams, made the 650-mile journey from the Tar Heel state just to show support for Everymen. Their performance was a surprise Bobo didn't share with the rest of his bandmates until recently. "It's like we are bringing the family back together," said Bobo about soul brothers Transylvania Transport Company.”

“Earlier this week, I had the pleasure to virtually sit down with Johnny Degenerate, the lead man of Transylvania Transport Co. I personally witnessed this band about a year ago and I must say their show is one you can’t forget! Might have been the creepy green lighting or their unique get up but one things for sure they will make ya move! One of the highlights of watching T.T.C live is: they bring their fans on stage to play along with em’! Don’t fret, these dudes jam with everyone, whether you’re an exceptional noise maker or a first time washboard clanker, T.T.C will make it sound good!”

“It was Rockabilly night at the Greene Street Club in Greensboro Wednesday and two local groups performing as opening acts each ended up overshadowing the visiting headliner out of San Diego. Winton-Salem based Transylvania Transportation Company, a power duo consisting of Johnny Degenerate on guitar and Cool Hand Luke on upright bass were as edgy as they were hard, slamming out tunes and exciting the tattoo clad audience, giving them a taste of the roots style rock that will be on their forth-coming CD.”