Playing hot-wired boogie rock and roll that fuses classic rock and roll swagger with punk rock and roll attitude, Honky had been shaped in 1996 by Jeff Pinkus, most widely known as the longest-lasting bassist using the Butthole Surfers. After departing the Surfers in 1994, Austin, Texas-based Pinkus busied himself with several tasks, including a short-lived music group known as Skinny Lynerd. Skinny Lynerd’s guitarist was a moonlighting tattoo musician called Carson Vester, so when Pinkus, Vester, and drummer Lance Farley jammed jointly 1 day, they made a decision the chemistry was correct and a power trio was created. Honky was shortly gigging frequently on Austin’s exciting membership circuit, and in 1997 they produced their documented debut with an EP on Man’s Spoil Records entitled Ten Inches. Afterwards the same season, Honky slipped their self-titled debut record on Pinkus’ Honest Abe label. Honky strike the street to spread the term about the music group, and gained a reputation being a hard-working and hard-living live work. The band’s plan eventually became a lot more than Vester got bargained for, and he still left the group, with Gable Barber recruited to consider his put on electric guitar. A chaotic Chicago display Honky played starting for L7 became the group’s second record, Attacked by Lesbians within a Chicago Bowling Alley. In 2001, Honky shipped their second studio room album, Home of Good Auto tires, which released another brand-new guitarist, Bobby Ed Landgraf. Out of this stage on, Pinkus and Landgraf had been the group that described Honky, though several drummers would go through the lineup. Arriving in 2005, Balls Out Inn highlighted Kenny Wagner on drums, while Michael “Evening Teach” Brueggen supplied the backbeat on 2012’s 421, that was blended by Pinkus’ previous Butthole Surfers bandmate Paul Leary. During touring in 2013 and 2014, Dale Crover from the Melvins was drumming with Honky (frequently doing double responsibility on displays where Honky opened up for the Melvins). In 2016, Honky surfaced from the studio room with their 5th studio recording, Corduroy, which presented yet another fresh drummer, Trinidad Leal, who experienced previously used Dixie Witch.