The debut album, 'Just Another Fine Day,' had over 400 sold the night of its release, in a city where nobody yet knew who they were. Their sound has been called a "jambalaya" by press and "country fried jam" by fans alike. Take it from the name, The Hipnecks, which combines the words "Hippie" and "Redneck" as affectionally as it unites trucker hats and flip-flops. Within that sentiment lays their genre-bending approach to making music. Music that is, in every way, firmly rooted beneath their feet in the fertile ground of the American Midwest near the Ozark Mountains.
“Many aspiring musicians claim to have the best garage band in the nation. But only one local group can prove it,” –The Fulton Sun.
“The band members are small-town Midwestern guys with serious musical training, and their genre-bending tunes pay as little attention to pigeon holes as they do.” –Vox Magazine.
"They are a phenomenal group. They embodied those bands that are ready to make a living at this profession," -Garagestock.
This Hipnecks have shared stages with Little Feat, The Music Mafia (Big & Rich, Gretchen Wilson, James Otto, Cowboy Troy, Jon Nicholson, et. al.), Dr. Zhivegas, The Red Dirt Rangers, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Jason Boland’s Stragglers (sans Jason), and have been on tours that included Bubba Sparxxx and the Yin Tang Twins.