Radio station: Listen to music by Black Ale Sinners
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Current Status: Alive and kicking. Touring the south this summer.
Sound description: Old school honky-tonk, country and rockabilly with some bluegrass thrown in for good measure.
Influences: Ernest Tubb, Johnny Horton, Hank Williams, Jimmy Rogers, Buck Owens, George Jones, Bill Monroe, Roger Miller, Junior Brown
Similar to: Drinking
Bluegrass / Roots, Country / Rockabilly
|The Devil In My Drink||2005||Self-released|
|Brandon McFadden||Beerbox, Snare, Washboard|
|Brandon Salmans||Guitar (acoustic), Vocals|
|Jeff Williams||Banjo, Guitar (lead), Vocals|
|Steve Hammond||Guitar (acoustic), Steel guitar, Vocals|
|Sean McCue||Bass (upright), Vocals|
Fed up with modern "country" crap, the Black Ale Sinners were formed as Saddlerash in 2001 with a desire to play old school honky-tonk, country and bluegrass the way it should be. Comprised of a bunch of hard drinkin' small town and country boys, the Black Ale Sinners want you to cry, laugh, drink, and fight right along with 'em.