With game titles like “Rockin’ the Beer Gut” and “IN MY OWN Next Five Beers,” it shouldn’t take long to determine the Nashville-based trio Truck Choir sing of memories, better whiskey, and the very best American nightlife provides. With associates Crystal, Butter, and Vinny — the 400 pound guy who is recognized to dance the worm in the center of their displays — Truck Choir began being a cover music group, playing from the barroom regular “Close friends in Low Areas” towards the disco preferred “I’LL Survive.” Because they started adding original music to the combine, their market grew. One evening, impressed by their whimsical music and full of energy stage show, nation music superstar Toby Keith presented himself towards the music group. A display for Keith and his label Display Pet Nashville in the springtime of 2007 discovered Trailer Choir departing with a authorized contract. After that, the music group — who detailed their affects as Garth Brooks, Tammy Wynette, Oprah, Elvis, as well as the Sonic string of junk food restaurants — started documenting their debut recording with Keith as maker. They previewed the recording in the springtime of 2008 using the solitary “From the Hillbilly Hook,” that was also the name of the six-song EP that made an appearance in ’09 2009. The recording itself, entitled Tailgate, was finally released in the summertime of 2010.