Sour Bridges took your sister to the prom, treated her real nice and got her home just before curfew. They called your sister the next day and even winked at your dad as the screen door closed.
Sour Bridges is Austin’s premiere browngrass band. Browngrass: It's like bluegrass, just a lil dirtier. Comprised of artists from every different corner of the country, Sour Bridges’ sound is an infectious combination of Texas folk, Appalachian bluegrass, and old-time rock and roll. The five members of Sour Bridges bring a wide variety of character and instrumentation to the table with the harmonious blend of fiddle, banjo, mandolin, lovin’ and acoustic guitar.
When you listen to Sour Bridges you imagine a down home party on the front porch while drinkin’ your favorite beer and talkin’ to your favorite gal. These are your songs too and Sour Bridges love it when you sing along. You can expect an a capella breakdown and a sing alongs in your car and the inexplicable desire to play the album over and over again.
Here's some quotes about Sour Bridges:
“This would be Americana gone wild. To top it all off, they’ve got some of the best vocal harmonies around.” -Laurie Gallardo 98.9 KUTX
“Proving they’re no one trick pony, the band moves from the rocking tracks of Catfish Charlie and J-Train right into Midwife Crisis, with a rich three-part harmony and a crying fiddle that’s reminiscent of Hank Sr’s ballads. With the wide variety the band throws at listeners, you will be hard pressed to pick a single favorite track.” -TX Citizen
“Sour Bridges combine elements of folk, Americana, bluegrass, and rock n’ roll to conjure a sound reminiscent of rocking chairs on porches, the shade of an old oak tree, and simpler times.” – The Austinist
Sour Bridges are:
Bill Pucci – vocals, rhythm guitar and grin
Matt Pucci- vocals, mandolin, lead guitar and getting muddy
Kat “Mama Kat” Wilkes- fiddle, tambourine and fancy boots
Dalton Chamblee – drums and bleedin heart
Jack Bridges- vocals, bass guitar and navigation