A raucous, down-and-dirty sound, an intoxicating and gritty sound that pulled people in droves to dance floors across the Midwest. That new sound was the bluesy, upbeat, country-fried rock ‘n’ roll of The Spikdrivers. Front man Jesse Henry’s unique and down-home song writing meets the electrified ruckus and wild precision of the backing band similar to what might have been if Louis Prima had led The Band.
Their sound is what might have happened if Woody Guthrie met NRBQ, describing how Jesse Henry’s unique, original and down-home song writing meets with the electrified ruckus and drive of the backing band.
The Spikedrivers - Copperhead
The Spikedrivers - The Ballad of John Dillenger
The Spikedrivers - Long Way To Go
The Spikedrivers - If My Father Was the Devil
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