Like many musicians, we're not sure how to describe our music; most groups like to think that their music is profoundly different from anything you've ever heard.
They hope this description will be so intriguing that everyone will run right out and buy their CD just to be the first kid on the block to have discovered such a sound.
However, in all honesty, you may have heard styles and sounds similar to what we've created.
Drowning Mississippi is a melodic feel good acoustic rock album with passion behind every lyric.
Joel Bulleigh, the lead singer and song writer, grew up in the dust bowls of Oklahoma and sang with the prairie dogs as a child.
He has inscribed an album from the heart and is backed up by Texas native Ryan Piekarski on the guitars and other instruments.
Rick Partridge played keys and kept us all tranquil while recording the CD.
It was recorded in the Utah basement of famous trumpet player Gaynor Brunson of the Brunson Brothers Quartet.
Gaynor Brunson and Eden West have created down right make ya feel good music, so dig deep and help a starvin' bunch get through college.