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Get Lucky

by The Whoreshoes

Old-Time Country Music
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Hit the Road Tonight
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2. All the Reasons
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3. Well Dressed Honky Tonk Man
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4. My Sweet Alone
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5. Race to the Bottom
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6. Jefferson Highway
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7. PBR
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8. Nancy Whisky
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9. Orleans Parish Prison
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10. Blue Skies
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11. Drunken Holiday
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12. Asheville
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13. New Men in My Life
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14. Rye Whiskey
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Album Notes
Famed Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard once said, “Country music is three chords and the truth”. The Whoreshoes, an up-and-coming country music band, would agree. This energetic female quintet, based in the San Francisco Bay Area, scorns "contemporary country” and celebrates the roots of country music.

The truth is in their contagious brand of traditional-with-a-twist California country music. In just two years, The Whoreshoes have covered substantial territory. Highlights include: performing at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall, climbing the peaks of the Sierras to the Sugarbowl Music Festival in Lake Tahoe, travelling to the balmy beach bars of Southern California and most recently touring Belgium and Holland; along the way, sharing stages with the popular Old Crow Medicine Show and the legendary Wanda Jackson.

But it is their tireless “tours” of local bars and farmers’ markets that helped shape their impressive new CD, entitled “Get Lucky.” These hard-working women know how to make a big time, anywhere and everywhere.

Camilla, Joni, Lala, Emily and Diana come from varied backgrounds of music, but their mutual love for the time-honored songs of American old-time music and early honky-tonk country brings them together. Multi-instrumentalism is a trademark of the band: banjo, fiddle, guitar, lap steel, mandolin, ukulele, honky-tonk piano, accordion, washboard and spoons are all featured in their music. Added with their sweet harmonies, and infectious original tunes, The Whoreshoes evoke the best of a bygone era and bring that boot stomping, hollering spirit direct to you!

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Ann C. Miner

The Whoreshoes Get Lucky, and So Do We
These gals are smart and funny, the musicianship is top-notch, and their individual, distinctive, old-timey voices mesh perfectly. More than anything, The Whoreshoes sound like they are having a mighty fine time, whoopin' it up, and they are more than willing to take the listener along for the happy wild ride.
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Christy Bean

this album kicks some old-time butt!!
This is a great album!! if you like Old Crow Medicine Show, you will love the Whoreshoes - I am a big OCMS fan, but I swear this album is even better than Big Iron World. Get it now, so you can say "I knew them when"!
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bluesbob

Great music!
I put this in my CD player...and it instantly became one of my favorite CDs. Great true country music! Highly recommend this to anyone who loves country...and I don't mean the pop B.S. out of Nashville. If you like Kenny, Shania, or Rascal Flatts...this is not a country album for you. This is the REAL stuff.
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