CD Review: Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers — Agridustrial; Playing Rock and Roll Hotel April 13 and The EARL May 8

CD Review: Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers — Agridustrial; Playing Rock and Roll Hotel April 13 and The EARL May 8

Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers

Agridustrial

By Eileen Tilson

Known for their ability to shake redneck country, punk, and hillbilly blues into a whiskey-infused shot of sin, Nashville-based Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers are back with their release of Agridustrial on their own Colonel Knowledge Records. The band comes back guns blazing with just a few changes in the family, including new guitarist Duane Denison (Hank III, Jesus Lizard) playing with the same force of his predecessors and new drummer Brett Whitacre pounding away at his drum kit like he is trying to put out the fire. It is singer Colonel J.D. Wilkes’ snarling voice though, that remains the familiar manic friend along with longtime bassist, Mark Robertson who helps create the mayhem the Shack Shakers have always been known to cause. Read more about CD Review: Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers — Agridustrial; Playing Rock and Roll Hotel April 13 and The EARL May 8

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