Browsing articles tagged with " Jesse Dayton"

Eddie Spaghetti Is Trying To Leave A Legacy Of Good Songs

July 18, 2013 - By Trigger  //  Reviews  //  7 Comments

You may have been a little shocked to read the above title in reference to the wild-assed, ribald-laced, gonzo front man of the legendary West Coast punk rock band The Supersuckers, but die hard fans of Eddie Spaghetti don’t need to be sold on the idea that when Eddie wants to wipe the smirk off of his face, he can pen (or sing) a pretty heartfelt composition.


Eddie Spaghetti Is Back with “The Value Of Nothing” (Album Stream)

June 12, 2013 - By Trigger  //  Random Notes  //  6 Comments

Notorious Supersuckers front man Eddie Spaghetti is back with a brand new solo country rock record out 6/18 on Bloodshot Records called The Value of Nothing, and for the first time for one of his loner country projects it includes all original tunes. The West Coast country punk rocker recorded the new album in his adopted hometown of Austin, TX with help from musician/zombie killer Jesse Dayton.


Interview – Keith of Hillgrass Bluebilly Records

February 15, 2011 - By Trigger  //  Random Notes  //  118 Comments

As the name implies, Hillgrass Bluebilly Records defines the nexus of where hillbilly, country, bluegrass, and blues meet. This rich and diverse environment that has been created in the independent/underground music world embodies all roots music as unified expressions of purity and soul, regardless of the origins. Keith Mallette and co-founder Ryan Tackett have created a burgeoning homespun record label that is getting…

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