It's the music of humid southern nights.

BBQ smoke and undeniable grooves pouring from house parties.

Bassist/vocalist Taylor Tesler and drummer/vocalist Steve Amedee of the Subdudes team up with Joe to digs deep trenches of rhythm for gritty, soulful guitar and sweet vocal harmonies.

You could call the band's sound "authentic," but that wouldn't do justice to the originators of soulful Southern music. Nor would it do justice to the band's ingenuity. Their original songs blend pain and humor in a style reminiscent of their heroes, but with a rockin' energy that all audiences love. 



Recalls the music of The Band - frontman Joe Schicke's voice sounds like Levon Helm's. ”

— Jon Solomon, Westword Magazine

"Keeping audiences entertained with a set list that moves between originals and fun cover choices."”

— Greta Cornett, Washington's Ft. Collins