Well I can tell you this. No matter what you were expecting from this album, you’re probably going to be surprised. Who Dat is a completely different direction for Joe Buck, while still being exactly what he’s always done. That’s the root genius of it. Yes, without question this album is a lot more tame, but what this approach does is bring out the roar of quiet anger.
That’s right my friends, royalty will be gracing the Muddy Roots Festival stage in Cookeville TN on September 3rd & 4th. And when I say “gracing”, I don’t know that there has ever been another to rock with such grace than the Queen of Rockabilly herself, Wanda Jackson. Few artists can still call themselves relevant and engaging over 50 years after their career started. Even fewer can say they once dumped the King of Rock n’ Roll.
Art Adams Band, Davy Jay Sparrow, Dead Kennedys, JD Wilkes, Jello Biafra, Joe Buck, Muddy Roots Festival, Robert Plant, Sabrina Kelley, Sean Wheeler, The Circle Jerks, The Dirt Daubers, The Harmed Brothers, The Legendary Shack Shakers, Throwrag, Wanda Jackson, Zander Schloss