James Cook & Kent Slucher | Meat Head

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Meat Head

by James Cook & Kent Slucher

Meat Head is a collaboration between veteran musicians James Cook and Kent Slucher.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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Album Notes
What happens when you let two talented and creative musicians loose in the recording studio? You get "Meat Head"!
Veteran musicians James Cook and Kent Slucher have spent countless hours on stage together backing up extraordinarily talented artists such as, Tracy Byrd, Pam Tillis, Steve Wariner and Anthony Smith to name a few. Currently, James and Kent can be seen onstage with the multi-platinum selling artist Luke Bryan. James (bass and vocals) and Kent (drums) have been all over the stages of the United States as well as countless award shows and daytime/late night television shows.
Kent and James also perform instructional clinics while on tour. "Meat Head" is a direct result of the need for original, creative and entertaining music for these clinics. While sitting in a hotel room in San Francisco, James and Kent started the beginnings of what "Meat Head" is today. The name can be traced to a random thought that Kent had describing what this song is.. "A collection of styles ranging from heavy rock to a laid-back 6/8 groove, transitioning into a up-beat twangy funk groove into an all-out reggae. It finishes with the original hook with a bit of embellishment." James played all the parts from bass, guitar, keys as well as saxophone, while Kent provided the solid groove on the drums.
James and Kent plan on continuing this writing venture and hope to provide enough material to have an EP.
While the world waits on future music, for now we can all enjoy "Meat Head"!


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