Crankin country magic

Truckstop Honeymoon will invoke corn-rye whisky, chewin tobacco, squirrel fat soap, drug-ruined squalor and blue collar doldrums when they play in Byron this Friday. Love it.

Truckstop Honeymoon survived the floods in their New Orleans home base and will continue to push the political boundaries of bluegrass music with their energetic, crowd-challenging homegrown havoc when they play the Byron Bowlo this Friday, March 31, from 8pm (ish).

Aussie born Mike West picks the banjo like a possessed long-haired angel, while wife Katie Euliss fuels the fires of hillbilly hell with her smokey vocals and doghouse bass beats.

Together they live the dream of Truckstop Honeymoon, a true story immortalised in song of their highway matrimony and roadside wedding night on St Valentines Day.

Delivery Boy is their latest CD a tasty self-produced and recorded tribute to the late Johnny Cash.

Truckstop Honeymoon will be joined by The Puddin Thieves (Mick Daley from The Re-Mains and gorgeous Glennys Rae from the Toe Sucking Cowgirls) in what looks like a fun, foot-stomping night of everything thats good about country music.

$10 gets you in.


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