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The Biscuit Boys

by The Biscuit Boys

"Mountain Music for City Folk"
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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1. Ramblin' Fever
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2. Coming Into Los Angeles
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3. Agent Vegas
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2:23 album only
4. Smokin' In The Rain
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3:55 album only
5. Amanda Rose
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6. Boograss
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7. A Footstep Away
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8. You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
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9. White Habit
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10. Just A Friend
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11. El Cumbanchero
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12. I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
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13. Me & My Uncle
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14. You Don't Have To Do That
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Album Notes
"The foundation is there and they've struck their claim, and arrived as a jam band to reckon with - if not the bluegrass act that might knock Nashville on its boring old ass."
- Bob Johnson, FHM Magazine - Online

"The Biscuit Boys just opened for Blue Highway and stormed their way through a long set that sent the audience to its feet! A young band, these boys are already hot - and about to get huge!" - John Jeter, The Handlebar

"...exuberant quintet who now call Nashville home?just released a self-titled debut CD that exhibits not only their reverence for bluegrass traditions, but their embrace of folk, blues, and country, as well." - Martin Brady, Nashville Scene

"With one foot in tradition, and the other exploring the boundaries of pickin' music, they create an exciting new sound." - David Ball, country star & former member of Uncle Walt's Band


Born in Charleston, SC in 1998 and now residing in Nashville, these five musicians stand with one foot in tradition and the other in sheer energy, attacking each performance with the ferocity of a rock band.

The Biscuit Boys have developed a unique sound and a dedicated following. The members are Drew Breakey: upright bass; Bryan Landers: banjo & vocals;
Charlie McCarter: guitar & vocals; Steven Sandifer: percussion & vocals;
and Scott Simontacchi: mandolin & vocals.

They have shared the stage with luminaries such as Travis Tritt, Ricky Skaggs, Dr. Ralph Stanley, Sam Bush, Tony Rice, The Del McCoury Band, Bill Keith, Tim O?Brien, and Robert Earl Keen, as well as performing at festivals and venues such as the Grand Ole Opry, Harvest Fest, Winterhawk Festival, House of Blues, and The Station Inn.

The Biscuit Boys appreciate your interest. Their debut album features Sam Bush on fiddle and Rob Ickes on dobro.

For further information about The Biscuit Boys and their quest for total world domination, please visit www.thebiscuitboys.com. Thank you for your time and energy!


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