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Freedom and Whiskey

by Freedom and Whiskey

A combination of Classic/Modern/Southern Rock and Blues all rolled into one. The band has two former members from the band "Days of The New."
Genre: Rock: Southern Rock
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1. No More
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2. Freedom
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3. Rev it Up
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4. Hit The Bricks
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5. Ghost of Mary Green
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6. You and I
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7. The Slide
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8. Kettlebottom Blues
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9. Dog House
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10. The Stranger
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Freedom and Whiskey is from Louisville, Kentucky. The style of music is a mix of Classic / Modern / Southern rock and Blues.

The current band line-up is:
Mike Huettig (formerly with "Days of The New") / Drums and Backing vocals, Bill Goins / Bass guitar and Vocals, Chuck Mingis (formerly with "Days of The New") / Guitar and Backing Vocals, and Mark Hoekstra / Vocals and Harmonica, (formerly with “The Legendary Blues Band (Muddy Waters)”, “Homesick James Williamson” and “Walter Horton”).

Bill and Mike wrote and produced most of Freedom and Whiskey's material on their first album and had long time friend, Griffin Torrance playing bass on some of the studio tracks. Tina Goins received writing credits for her contributions on the songs, "KettleBottom Blues", and "The Stranger". Griffin received writing credit for the song "You and I".
The album also includes other musicians such as Todd Smith / (piano and keys), Rob Edwards / (percussion), Debbra Belt and Joyce Green / (backing vocals).
Freedom and Whiskey would like to thank all their fans for the support. Rock on and enjoy the music!

Check out our band video on our Website at: http://www.myspace.com/freedomandwhiskey


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ROBERT MAYORGA

MOVES TO THE BEAT!!
GREAT SOUND! IT'S LIKE BEING IN A SOUTHERN ROADHOUSE WITH BUD AND JACK CHASER..THANK YOU ROBERT MAYORGA

Chris Paparella

Freedom and Whisky
Great CD

Linda from Iowa

I think the rest of the world needs to hear Freedom and Whiskey
My CD arrived just fine except for a little crack in the case. I love this CD and I think the whole fan base of southern fried rock music should have it. It ROCKS! Linda

Rick Baton

Great Guitar Rock. Good songs.
The guitar work is great. The over all sound of the band makes this well worth listening to.

swamproll

excellent southern rock
This cd has the influences of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers with a combination of modern rock thrown in which makes an excellent formula.

Marcy

The South Will Rise Again!
This music is a refreshing change from most new music. It's about time Southern Rock experienced a revival. The Classic Southern Rock sound that I've missed so much is there in abundance, yet there is a fresh edge to the songs that makes the music stand out from the hordes of Skynyrd wannabes. I recommend Hit The Bricks,one of the most unusual break up songs I've ever heard; The Slide, bluesy and reminiscent, somehow, of Bourbon Street; and the ominous Ghost of Mary Green. Great hooks, too. You'll be humming or singing along before you know it. I can't wait for a follow-up CD. Bravo!

Marcy

The South Will Rise Again!
This music is a refreshing change from most new music. It's about time Southern Rock experienced a revival. The Classic Southern Rock sound that I've missed so much is there in abundance, yet there is a fresh edge to the songs that makes the music stand out from the hordes of Skynyrd wannabes. I recommend Hit The Bricks,one of the most unusual break up songs I've ever heard; The Slide, bluesy and reminiscent, somehow, of Bourbon Street; and the ominous Ghost of Mary Green. Great hooks, too. You'll be humming or singing along before you know it. I can't wait for a follow-up CD. Bravo!

Marcy

The South Will Rise Again!
This music is a refreshing change from most new music. It's about time Southern Rock experienced a revival. The Classic Southern Rock sound that I've missed so much is there in abundance, yet there is a fresh edge to the songs that makes the music stand out from the hordes of Skynyrd wannabes. I recommend Hit The Bricks,one of the most unusual break up songs I've ever heard; The Slide, bluesy and reminiscent, somehow, of Bourbon Street; and the ominous Ghost of Mary Green. Great hooks, too. You'll be humming or singing along before you know it. I can't wait for a follow-up CD. Bravo!

Keith H

Worth a LISTEN - Shows alot of Potential
Give it a listen and you will probably like what you hear. These guys sound like they have a lot of potential...maybe they will hit the bigtime. Would definetly like to hear more from these guys!!!

William G.

Some of The best music I've heard in a long time.
Most of the music that I hear now days is rather dull or it's just too extreme. Freedom and Whiskey has a great classic sound. The music shows a great deal of tallent and originality. They make their music and lyrics interesting. Freedom and Dog House are my favorites.
WG
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