Originally "Blackjack McQueen & The Loaded Dice", people began to question the existence of Blackjack McQueen when he didn't show up to the first few shows. University of Tulsa student duo, Seth Park and Charlie Spears, met this shady and mysterious character in north Tulsa one summer and used him as a shameless way to get people to come to their first gig at the campus bar & grill. Now it's just the Loaded Dice (Blackjack violated his parole and is serving 6-8 months in the McAlister State Penitentiary).
The Loaded Dice have a full sound despite being a duo. Sounds like the Black Keys, White Stripes, Kings of Leon and throw in a few slow songs for the ladies. They sell their 10 song album "DEMONSTRATION RECORDINGS" at their live shows. The album was recorded at The Closet Studios in Tulsa Oklahoma.
In the words of frontman Seth, "Our goal is perfectly calculated sloppiness. We just want people to have a good time listening to us. None of this 'artsy' crap."
It's original stuff you can stomp your foot to. If you're nice, you can get Seth to whip out his banjo to sing some old school stuff....but you have to ask nicely.