Do you like the music of the [Marshall Tucker Band], the [Charlie Daniels Band], the [Allman Brothers Band], [Lynyrd Skynyrd], [.38 Special], [Molly Hatchet], [Cross Country Ragweed] and others like them? It’s called [southern rock], and I absolutely love it.
This is what you will hear when listening to Whatever Forever Is, Look Who’s Country Now, Me and Kansas, and Whiskey Dreams on the [MySpace page] of Rusty Rose. Hey, they even have a dog barking in the background of My Heart’s In North Carolina!
Yeah, the producing on a few of their songs is kinda rough. For the dog barking may have been by design, but I am fairly sure that the guitars being so far out of tune on the song was not.
Nonetheless, I have no doubt that they are trying to do the best that they can with what they have to work with. They are, after all, just starting out.
Speaking of such, A Start is pure [country], but not so much so that it should be unappealing to those who are not big fans of genre. For it is a song full of hope for future success, and the line about the little girl leaving a dollar in the tip jar brought a poignant smile to my face.
Even though they are listed as being out of [Branson], the band was actually formed in [Sparta, MO], and if you are in the area of the Ozark Mountain Saloon in [Fordland, MO] on May 23rd, it might be well worth your time to stop by. For it sounds like the kind of [honky-tonk] that I used to love, but even if our Heavenly Father has changed your heart about such things like He has mine, the band that will be on stage that night is really, really good.