Resistant that in-fighting and power has among band associates had not been a practice invented by rock & move groupings, the Skillet Lickers were a prolifically talented 1920s string music group that had “innovative differences” through a lot of their career span. Originally produced as a back-up music group for fiddler and folksy-styled humorist Gid Tanner, the addition of fiddler Clayton McMichen had taken the music group in another path entirely. McMichen appeared down upon Tanner’s backwoods laughter and musical design, preferring to have a more modern method of the music by including jazz and pop affects, and he frequently downplayed the function from the banjo, in addition to Tanner’s high-pitched, comical vocals. Still, regardless of the innovative distinctions, the Skillet Lickers controlled on all cylinders through the entire ’20s, documenting for Columbia and attaining a reputation among the sharpest live rings of that time period. After McMichen still left in the first ’30s to create other rings, Tanner held the name and employed a revolving ensemble of supporting music artists to keep carefully the ball moving for another couple of years.