Whiskey Kill | Pissed Off Betty

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Pissed Off Betty

by Whiskey Kill

Bass slapping, pedal steel twanging original tunes fired up with rockabilly heat . Music you can dance, drink and knock boots to.
Genre: Rock: Rockabilly
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1. Tokyo Rose
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2. Pissed Off Betty
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3. Cold Steel Lover
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4. Devil In You, Boy
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5. Get Yourself Right
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6. Better Man
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7. Dead Man Walking
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8. He Still Calls Her Baby
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9. Big Red Sign
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Album Notes
These days, the Americana genre encompasses everything from solo bluegrass artists to hard-hitting southern rock bands. While this gives performers unlimited freedom, it is important to Whiskey Kill to honor its traditional American roots. The influence of classic rockabilly, country blues, gospel, and rock-n-roll music are evident in the set. Whiskey Kill is very much a New England band, and its original music is drawn from the stories told and personal experiences in a small, seacoast community. Not surprisingly, these songs echo the themes found in the music of great artists such as Johnny Cash, Eddie Cochran, Wanda Jackson, Elvis Presley, and Hank Williams.

Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, BR5-49, Sun Volt, Brian Setzer, Waylon Jennings, and Uncle Tupelo.

Sounds like:
Dirty country twang with rockabilly heat.


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