Phil Lee - Bred in NC, spread in Nashville, this head Sly Dog is the second coming of truck-stop rock!!!
Bob Moore - Basically, Bob played bass on every record that was worth a sh*t in the last 40 years. And he's one helluva nice guy to boot.
George Jones - Still hotter than a $2 pistol and one of our all time favorites, the Possum his own damn self, George Jones!
The Bleeding Hearts - Fronted by HS bandmate and long time songwriting buddy Sammy Madison, The Bleeding Hearts set out with one goal - to have fun playing music. And that is exactly what they have done. Live, they are raw, aggressive and power-packed, with the flash and swagger of 70’s arena rock delivered with a punk rock edge.
Two Dollar Pistols - Two Dollar Pistols play real country music. It's hardcore, drown in your sorrows, throw back another beer, honky-tonk music.
Jamie Hoover - Jamie owns and operates a project studio in Charlotte, NC called Hooverama@Liquid Studios where he works on many indie recording projects, writes custom music, and does sound design. He has recorded and/or performed with such acts as Joe Walsh, Hootie and The Blowfish, Graham Parker, Don Dixon, Bill Lloyd, The Smithereens, Hank Sinatra and many others.
Eric "Roscoe" Ambel - Eric Ambel—known to friends, associates and bandmates as Roscoe—is the possessor of an estimable musical resume that's established his credentials as a deeply committed rocker as well as a witty and thoughtful songwriter. Between his current duties as producer, bandleader, studio proprietor, bar owner, member of uber-bar-band supergroup the Yayhoos and lead guitarist of Steve Earle's band the Dukes, he's found time to launch his own label, Lakeside Lounge Records, to redress the longstanding absence of Ambel solo product from the marketplace.
The Mint - The Mint is a legendary music venue in Los Angeles. Since 1937, The Mint has been a home away from home for musicians and music lovers alike. We are proud of our rich history and tradition of excellence in live music and nightlife.
The Dark Horses - Formed in 1997, The Dark Horses play a Country/American music that holds tightly to its late 60's/early 70's west coast country roots while adding a new voice that is wholly their own. Drummer/vocalist JD Hughes and guitarist Erik "the Kid" Kristiansen have been known to sit in with Hank from time to time.
Sadlack's - Sadlack's, corner of Hillsborough and Enterprise streets, Raleigh, NC
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