The Punk roots Rockers of the Legendary Shack Shakers are about to release a new record on August 25th. via Last Chance Records. Prior to the album release, they aired a new song called “After You’ve Gone”
“The maddest, baddest, most outrageous band in America”
These Guys have often been described as “The maddest, baddest, most outrageous band in America.. a rockabilly version of the Sex Pistols.” Alsof frontman J.D Wilkes The “last greatest Rock N Roll frontman”.
The Shack Shakers sure made name for themself, and luckily, last June I had the pleasure to see these guys live on stage which was a fantastic Rock N Roll experience.
The Legendary Shack Shakers – “After You’ve Gone”
The Legendary Shack Shackers influences
The Legendary Shack Shackers are inspired by rock ‘n roll, country blues, old time music, carnival music, swamp rock, and other obscure Southern music genres. The band originally had a traditional rockabilly sound, but later began to rely more on its rock ‘n roll and “southern gothic” influences.
True Blood and Stephen King
These Guys had succes with a song placements in HBO’s True Blood, and have some notabele fans like horror author Stephen King or Americana icon Robert Plant, might take this one a bit easy.
I can’t wait till August 25th, when we are able to hear more about this, Legendary Shack Shaking band!
Sounds like: Rock | Americana/Roots | Blues | Southern Goth