Whiskey for the Lady was born on Black Friday 2011 with a fast pulse and a whole lotta energy. Hailing from rural Platte County, Missouri, the six-piece acoustic band mesh their classical, folk rock, metal, and funk backgrounds to create a whole new sound they like to call “punkgrass."
Their Debut Album "Too Many f Holes" was recorded over a 5 day period at the 9th Ward Pickin' Parlor in Lawrence Kansas. It was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Mike West of Truckstop Honeymoon.
In an album review St Joe Live said
"the group is serious about its musicianship and the adventurous use of multiple instruments. On “Too Many F Holes,” you’ll hear plenty of bluegrass standards like the guitar, the banjo, the mandolin and the fiddle, but you’ll also be treated to the sweet sounds of the xylophone, the stylophone, the jaw harp, the vibraslap, the washboard, the trash can, the cowbells, the coconuts and, of course, the saw blade.
That imaginative creativity is just one of many reasons why “Too Many F Holes” is such a great bluegrass album. Some other reasons, in no particular order: A) It’s a lot of fun. B) The harmonies are surprisingly good. C) No two songs sound too similar, which is a difficult feat to accomplish in the genre. D) Did I mention they have a song called “No Pants Party”?
Throughout “Too Many F Holes,” Whiskey for the Lady draws you in with its kookiness and keeps you listening with its fantastic songcraft. This one’s a must-buy for any bluegrass fan."