Multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter Joe Overflow is really a veteran from the downtown N.Con.C. roots rock and roll picture that swept through night clubs just like the Ludlow Road Cafe, Nightingale, and Rodeo Club within the ’80s and spawned such skill as the CELEBRATED Blue Jays, Blue Chieftains, and Five Chinese language Brothers. Both instrumentally and vocally he’s a genuine inheritor from the wealthy rock-blues-country-folk mixture of the Music group. Actually, his work continues to be documented by that renowned group, in addition to by the Container Rockets and Diesel Just labelmate Laura Cantrell (“Pile of Woe” from her exceptional Not really the Tremblin’ Kind). He provides performed on albums by performers such as for example Kelly Willis, the Container Rockets, and Mojo Nixon. Along with his group Mumbo Gumbo, Overflow released two vinyl fabric singles over the Brooklyn-based Diesel Just in 1991. He also added a solo monitor to one from the label’s celebrated “Rig Rock and roll” compilations. In 1997, he released the separately created and distributed single album Resort Albert. In July 2001, he fell his initial full-length for Diesel Just, Cripplin’ Crutch. Your time and effort highlighted creation by Eric “Roscoe” Ambel (the Container Rockets, Blue Hill, Mojo Nixon) along with a cast of music artists that included one-half of Steve Earle’s touring music group, the Dukes (guitarist Ambel and ex-dB Will Rigby on drums).
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