Superglue and Duct Tape hold more things together these days than cement and steel. It’s what you depend on when you’re down and out. It’s something that’s real and something that’s familiar. It’s not polished or pristine. Hell, it ain’t even trying to be. But it’ll get you through the tough times, like shot of whiskey on a winter night, or a Come And Go song playing on the jukebox in an old sawdust-on-the-floor dive.
A band comprised of day job holders, heart-on-your-sleeve introspection, and an extra round to take the edge off, Come And Go keeps filling the cracks and mending the seams of life with their brand of Americana Rock that’s seen the bright lights of the big city, and the dark corners of a southern skyline. Throughout the years, brothers Shane and Shannon Hudson have continued to capture the quintessential American picture - the hopes of tomorrow, the reality of today, and the regrets of yesterday - and tied it all together with a straightforward melody that takes you back to a simpler time and place.