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Amrap's AirIt | Australian Music Radio Airplay Project :: Country :: Hillbilly Goats - Old Jack's Bones

Hillbilly Goats - Old Jack's Bones

Hillbilly Goats - Old Jack's Bones
Festival favourites, the Hillbilly Goats exude an undeniable passion for mountain music, the instruments and the harmonies. Their mission- to strip back the layers of modern music and transport you on a journey that began centuries ago when the immigrants first settled in the Appalachian Mountains of America. These guys aren’t just a band – they’re a show!

Their recordings paint a picture of traditional songs from 1710 with a high energy quirky edge. Featuring Banjo, Bones, Double Bass, Fiddle, Tap Dancing, 3 part Harmonies and more, there is a tale told of the history of Mountain Music’s evolution into Blues, Country & Bluegrass.

2018 began with the Goats touring their latest album, "Old Jack's Bones" after its' successful release to sellout crowds at the Tamworth Festival. Travelling to New Zealand twice in 4 weeks is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to touring the new record that "...overflows with the knees up inducing music its followers have come to expect." (Tony Hillier, The Australian 2018) "... the sheer exuberance, plus the panache and proficiency of the ensemble playing and singing" are key elements to the instant success of this album amongst fans and radio presenters alike.

About this track...

We wrote this song in honour of our mate Jack Ryle, a ringer from the Cape who taught Goat Girl to play double bones. Over a drink at the Lions Den he said “Love, my mates are dropping off the perch and I need someone to carry on my trade”.

Other tracks by Hillbilly Goats: Gypsy Girl  -  Cluck Old Hen/Chicken Reel
Number Of People In Act 3 Piece
State/Territory Artist Is Based In QLD
City/Town/Region Artist Is Based In Glastonbury
Taken From The Release Titled Old Jack's Bones
Copyright Holder's Name Mahney and Bryce Wearne
Publisher Mahney Wearne
Media Servicing Date 2018-01-18
Main Genre Country
Genre 2 Acoustic
Genre 3 Alternative Country
Genre 4 Roots
Contains explicit lyrics or themes that may offend some listeners No
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Tour Start Month 2018-07-21
Content Provider Amrap Unsigned