Some of the best rock & roll in the world is born in basements and garages. For example, “Jenny On The Fritz” by Killbuck from their self-titled album.
I’ve got an old school blues cover of Libba Cotten by Guy Davis and Fabrizio Poggi, honky-tonk from Matt Urmy, more country from that Jason Eady album, a hand clapper from Valerie June, rock & roll from Killbuck and the new string band album from Joseph Huber.
The Plott Hounds’ first live album, classic soul by Irma Thomas, the new Son Volt album, newcomer Amilia K. Spicer, and indie rock from Killbuck.
I like the plain-spoken details on this song about a life driving trucks. It’s not the Hollywood version of trick driving songs. It’s the real deal.