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Moonshine Bandits

Rap and Country aren’t my favorite music genres by a long shot, but the way the Moonshine Bands inject the styles along with shades of Rock, Hip Hop and R & B gives their brand of music a fresh sound.  The band members are self-proclaimed “White Boys” from the “West Coast/CenCal,” and are joined on their 16-track effort Prohibition by a cadre of simpatico talent, including Danny Boone of Rehab and Jay Tee of N2Deep.  

The Moonshine Bandits lay claim to their turf on many of album’s tunes, tracks like “Hometown,” “California Hoedown” and an alternate take on the Skynryd classic, which they’ve titled “Sweet Home California.”  Another theme, of course, is drinking. And hard drinking and living get major props, and Prohibition lends itself well as party music.  But some of the songs—like “Moonshine”—are surprisingly smooth and tempered, showing the Moonshine Bandits aren’t just all bravado. 

Favorite Track: Track 2, “Sweet Home California” 

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