From: TX, United States
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country, Folk Bluegrass
With influences ranging from The Band and the Rolling Stones to Ray Wylie Hubbard and Johnny Cash, their sound has been labeled as "killbilly" and even "cowpunk." They take both as compliments, though none can tell you exactly why that is.
Texas Music Association rising star nominee and “Machine Gun” banjo man Nick Brumley splits lead vocal duties with guitar strummer and ladykiller John Fox, whi...le East Texas music veteran Pap Watson adds another layer of acoustic guitar and harmony vocals. Electric guitarist Rev. Dr. Mr. Chris Dean squeezes out telecaster licks ranging from Exile on Main Street Keith Richards to Amos Moses-era Jerry Reed. Driving it all is that magical machine, the dog house bass, powered by the steady hands of Shreveport Bassman Eric Gardner. The final touches come from the genius of multi-instrument wonder Sam Kilpatrick and his bag of tricks.
Cowpunk. Killbilly. Red Dirt. No matter what the label, the name the Good Time Rounders sums up perfectly what these boys are all about.