Created in Austin, Tx, the Music group of Heathens became a strap totally unintentionally. Songwriters Colin Brooks, Gordy Quist, and Ed Jurdi had been all performing regular units at Momo’s in Austin if they started sitting in with one another, eventually making the whole lot one big display that they known as the Good Period Supper Club, that was essentially three vocalist/songwriters in the circular backed by a good rhythm portion of John Chipman on drums and Seth Whitney on bass. What began being a spontaneous aspect project shortly became a full-fledged rock and roll & roll music group. The group’s initial two albums had been both live affairs, 2006’s Live from Momo’s and 2007’s Live at Antone’s (that was also released on Dvd movie), while their third, basically called The Music group of Heathens, was made by Ray Wylie Hubbard and released in 2008 on BOH Information. A year afterwards, the group released its second record, One Feet in the Ether, which once again gained solid notices in Americana circles. Another album, Best Hat Crown & the Clapmaster’s Boy, made an appearance in 2011, and the group noticed some lineup adjustments. Vocalist/guitarist Colin Brooks still left the music group in 2011 and, shortly afterward, so do the rhythm portion of bassist Seth Whitney and drummer John Chipman, offering co-leaders Ed Jurdi and Gordy Quist the chance to redefine the music group on the 2013 album, Weekend Morning hours Record. They added drummer Richard Millsap, bassist Scott Davis, and keyboardist Trevor Nealon, which lineup documented Duende, which made an appearance in January 2017.