An amalgamation of blues and Southern rock and roll, the Defeat Daddys are made up of Lewis Ross (drums), Brill Morris (bass and vocals), Larry Grisham (acoustic guitar, harp and vocals), and Britt Meacham (acoustic guitar and vocals). Meacham, from Portable, Alabama, was an associate of Jackson Highway, an organization that documented for Capitol Information, and in addition toured with soul-blues guy Small Milton Campbell. Bassist Morris was section of Mercury Information’ David as well as the Giants and performed in a favorite regional Gulf Coastline music group, Magik. Drummer Ross, also from Portable, was a founding person in Damp Willie, and he was involved with co-writing the band’s strikes “Continue Smilin’,” “Crimson Hot Chicken breast” and “Macon Hambone Blues.” The Defeat Daddys shaped in Evansville, Indiana within the middle-1980s and released their very own self-produced recording before putting your signature on with Malaco Information. Their two middle-1990s Malaco/Waldoxy produces, No, We Ain’t From Clarksdale and South to Mississippi, aren’t straight-ahead blues, to be certain, but enthusiasts of blues, roots-rock and Southern rock and roll can find very much to understand in either of these.