The good reverend takes the rockabilly sound and kick starts it with an infusion of punk attitude. Backyard Tire Fire, who emerged from a fertile Midwest music scene that's introduced America to some of its greatest new rock bands over the last decade, fully embrace the best characteristics of their generation's genre-bending, influence-melding approach to creating music. The band features Ed Anderson (vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards, percussion), Matt Anderson (bass, vocals, percussion) and Tim Kramp (drums, percussion, vocals). The Georgia-based sleaze rockers Nashville Pussy debuted in 1998 with the album 'Let Them Eat Pu**y,' an underground favorite upon its release. The record was reissued on major label Mercury later that same year, with the song 'Fried Chicken and Coffee' nominated for a 1999 Grammy for Best Heavy Metal Performance.
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