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Farmer Boys

Farmer Boys

Farmer Boys


There are more than one artist under this name 1. Farmer Boys is a metal band from Stuttgart, Germany. They reached their peak of popularity with their album The World Is Ours, released in 2000; the videos for singles "Here Comes The Pain" and "If You Ever Leave Me Standing" were put into heavy rotation by German alternative music channels such as VIVA Zwei. Their musical style is a blend of Machine Head's groove metal and Paradise Lost's gothic metal; their lyrical matter Read more on Last.fm
There are more than one artist under this name 1. Farmer Boys is a metal band from Stuttgart, Germany. They reached their peak of popularity with their album The World Is Ours, released in 2000; the videos for singles "Here Comes The Pain" and "If You Ever Leave Me Standing" were put into heavy rotation by German alternative music channels such as VIVA Zwei. Their musical style is a blend of Machine Head's groove metal and Paradise Lost's gothic metal; their lyrical matter, however, unusually to the style, often revolves around the darker side of agriculture - incest ("Farm Sweet Farm"), torture of animals ("When a Chicken Cries For Love") and slaughterhouses ("When Pigs Fly"). (Their later albums have strayed away from the subject matter.) Commonly confused with the early rock&roll/rockabilly group from the 50's under the same name. More information can be found at www.farmerboysmusic.com 2.

The Farmer Boys were an American country music duo consisting of Bobby Adamson (b. Sep. 20, 1933) and Woody Murray (b. Sep.

11, 1933). Adamson and Murray were both natives of Arkansas who met in California when they sang a song together around a jukebox. In 1952 they started working together, singing at local dances with Adamson on lead vocals and Murray on harmony and guitar. Herb Henson gave them a spot on his television show, which broadcast out of Bakersfield, California on KERO. They eventually became nightly performers on the show, and Henson gave them the name The Farmer Boys, since they lived in Farmersville.

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