The Damn Millionaires are:
Allison Lowe Huff
What is Southern Rock? What is Country? What is Folk? Complicated questions. "Be Sure Your Sins Will Find You Out" weaves together the depth, richness and occasional absurdity of what it means to be a Southern American alternately traveling toward and away from your home base.
The Damn Millionaires are a long-distance band with a long-distance mindset: Keep moving until you arrive at your destination, no matter how many miles it takes.
Allison Lowe Huff’s vocal purity is perfectly balanced between the sharply clever lines of her lyrics. Her luxurious voice ties together the pop, twang and rock stylings offered up by the band as they blast through Vince Chao’s melodic, inspired arrangements. Jesse Grinter and Chris Huff round out the sound with talent cultivated through a collective 30 years of solid live band and studio experience.
The songs, personal to the last, provide the listener with an insider’s look into a four-year window of time in the lives of far-flung friends who used this album to tie together quite a few loose threads in the crazy quilt of their disparate rock & roll experiences.
"Be Sure Your Sins Will Find You Out," released in November 2005, is the result of thousands of miles traveled; hundreds of hours spent writing, playing, worrying and laughing; and, well, many cases of wine and beer.