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Working on Ok

by The Wench

This is a Red Dirt Rock influenced acoustic rock record made by the Montana based guitar & conga duo, The Wench. Pour yourself a cold beverage of choice, dim the lights and sing along, y'all.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 23
3:47 album only
2. All the Dirt
4:32 album only
3. Real Man
3:01 album only
4. Let's Ride
4:13 album only
5. Song About Love
4:43 album only
6. Sugar Beets
4:12 album only
7. Stoned Outside of Reno
4:08 album only
8. Out of Her Mind
3:49 album only
9. Day Job
4:06 album only
10. Linda Lou
4:08 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Hi gang, John here. I’m the singer/songwriter of the duo and I play all the stringed instruments on this disc. Dawg is the conga player & percussion dude. (Dawg’s real name is Josh, but no one calls him Josh. Not even his family.) We are The Wench, also known as El Wencho in some select pubs.

Most people see our acoustic guitar & conga set up and simply assume we play mellow coffee house music. Some have even assumed from our set up that we might be stoners that play hippie jam songs. No joke. We're pretty liberty minded Montanans who can roll with just about any kind of music or social gathering, but at the end of the day we like to play party music that gets people dancing.

I'd describe us as an acoustic rock band influenced by the songwriting that comes out of the Oklahoma & Texas “Red Dirt Rock” scene. We're too country to be rock, but we're too rock to be country. We prefer whiskey over weed, grass fed burgers over kale smoothies, and breweries over martini bars. If this worldview isn’t your cup of tea, no worries. We simply do what we do, and we're grateful to all the folks who've come along for this musical journey.

If you like our music, welcome to the family. If you don't, no hard feelings; have a good one.

If you're ever at one of our shows, feel free to come on up and say hello. You can connect with us in the usual places like Facebook & Twitter. We joke that peeps can connect with us on MySpace, but “kids these days” don’t even know what that is. (If that’s you, sorry kid, you gotta get out of the bar. You're too young to have a beer with us just yet. Enjoy being young. It goes quickly, let me tell you.)

Anyways, I sincerely hope you enjoy our music. If you do, feel free to share the sh*t out of it. Please! Burn it, snail mail it, dropbox it, whatever you gotta do. Get creative. We encourage you to nefariously sneak our CDs into your friends’ minivans while they drive their spawn to soccer practice. We sincerely appreciate everyone helping to spread our music with the world! We’re an indie band living the good life up in Montana, and we’re doing our best to make our corner of this rock a little bit better with the best music we can put together. Thanks for reading, y’all. Cheers! -John



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