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The Barn Burners


Produced in 1994 by Baltimore music vets Bob Kannenberg and Brett Wilson, both previous members from the hard-edged root base group the Misguided, the Barn Burners certainly are a solid indication of the way the many genres of American root base music will come together within a musical unit. The music group functioned being a duo until 1995 when Wilson still left and Kannenberg was became a member of by sibling Marc on bass and drummer Steve Raskin. Launching Cigarette Sunburst on Work Wild Information in 1996, the trio produced a considerable effect on the Swedish marketplace where these were backed by Country Rock and roll Specialisten. The Barn Burners, who may also be section of a compilation released by CRS in Sweden, possess created an audio based on many American root base music affects, traditional and usually, as Cigarette Sunburst obviously illustrates. Functioning stateside with Mike Lynam and Operate Wild Information, the Barn Burners transformed in a unforgettable functionality on Lynam’s 1998 tribute to Dave Alvin as well as the Blasters making use of their edition of “I Don’t WISH TO.” By 1999, the Barn Burners acquired regrouped once more when Paul Thomas, Tony Vittoria and Bonanza D. Jones became a member of Bob Kannenberg to create a quartet with the casual addition of Dave Geigerich (Costs Kirchen, Richard Buckner) on dobro. Another project is normally in the functions.

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Music Songs Mud in My Eyes, Hey Little Darlin', When I Had Your Love, Jenny Lee, You Wish, Excuse Me, Time, Throwin' Your Life Away, I Quit, Rebel Bop, Rockin' with Viola, When You Were Mine, Just Because, Big Tree, Why I Run, Can't Happen to Me, Dice Are Loaded, Gimme, Gimme, Gimme, Whippin' Boy, Dead Body, Thinkin' Hard and Drinkin' Harder, Shot Down, Moanin' the Blues, Cheatin' to Lose, Everything Was Crooked, Yesterday's Clothes, Anything, In My Mind, Gimme, Gimme, Come Out Wherever You Are, Said the 7 to the 11, Under Your Spell

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