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It may be a surprise to hear the country rock sounds of Detroits Deadstring Brothers coming from a city better known for loud rock and roll, but disillusionment can take many channels. Desolation, frustration and regret have always been present where great country music was played, and from its bombed-out inner city to its sterile suburbs, Detroit has its share.

Deadstring Brothers began in fall 2003. Since then, the band has worked to develop their own take on the American… read more

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  • Anything new planned? Would love to hear some new shit!!
  • Woo yeah they're awesome!!
  • @DFWtheBold Stones meets the Allman Brothers,if you ask me. Seriously, they had me fooled there for a second, I thought I was listening to a long lost Stones recording or something!
  • good rockin boys!!!!
  • I heard them today for the first time on Sons of Anarchy with "Can't Make It Through the Night". I fell in love instantly. I felt I was listening to Good, OLD, 1968 Rolling Stones, but with a fresh guitar and energy that wasn't there on the crackly albums! I am in LOVE.
  • I was wondering about the last album title. They already came to play in Brazil?
  • great band, country and blues influenced rock and roll is what I need today :)
  • One word: Phenomenal. Absolutely the best rock and roll that I've heard in the last ten years or so (and there are quite a few good ones around, if you haven't noticed). Start with a sound anchored in Beggar's Banquet through Exile on Main Street era Rolling Stones and build it from there with classic Americana.
  • These guys are great! Will have to make sure I catch them at the International River Fest in June.
  • love.LoVe.LOVE!

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