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Blue Is Cold | Don't Mess With My Peg-Legged Baby

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Don't Mess With My Peg-Legged Baby

by Blue Is Cold

alt.indie - Creative Indie Rock mixed with a heavy dose of Country
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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Blue Is Cold is a southeastern Washington trio that plays original American music (Alt.Country - Americana - Roots Rock) a listener can't pigeon-hole into any specific genre. Begining in Kennewick Washington in March of 2005 the guys began intertwining elements of country, punk, and sadness, Blue Is Cold pulls it off with real integrity.

What really define Blue Is Cold's live performances are the long, driving melodies in John Reed's bass. His comfortable thumping grooves mix with Dean Kramer's uproarious drums to accentuate what a rhythm section is all about. This leaves guitarist Joe Horn free to do his amazing flat-picking style with a lot of palm muting in a country/hard rock/upbeat rockabilly feel. with lots of 16th, 32nd, and 64th notes. It's really fast at times. Another defining Blue Is Cold trait is their effortless and unexpected time signature shifts. Combining elements of humor, sorrow, and satire, Joe Horn's voice is the only sound that can hush the forceful rhythms and pulsing behind him. He leads a trio reinterpreting the world with colliding genres and mixed tempos, playing with a truly open and honest style.

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