It keeps me going
03/18/09 @ 07:57 PM 1 comment
State Line Mob debuts It keeps me going music video
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When you think of modern day southern rock n roll, the band that is going to come everyone’s mind is the State Line Mob.Their bluesy-country southern rock, guitar weaving line-up is a Southern image that’s hard to forget.The band was formed in 2007 by vocalists/songwriters Phillip Crunk and Dana Crunk.They both previously played for years in different bands, while cutting their teeth in some of the south’s most dangerous and run down honkytonk-taverns, where they learned the true meaning of southern grit and tough determination.
Why this name?
Their name "State Line Mob" came from a real Dixie-crime organization that existed on the Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee border that operated illegal gambling halls and whiskey distilleries, amongst other numerous criminal activities, in the backwoods of these great states before being run out by Sheriff Buford Pusser and his posse back in the 60's & 70's era. The band will not comment on whether the State Line Mob still exists or whether they have any affiliation with this underground organization.
Do you play live?
Yes,nation wide,check out www.statelinemob.com for upcoming 2009 spring & summer tour schedule soon.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?