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Fire The Saddle

Fire The Saddle

Fire The Saddle


Fire the Saddle is five people from Kentucky. Tory Fisher (guitar, vocals), Mick Sullivan (guitar, banjo, vocals), Rob Collier (bass), Joey Burchett (mandolin, fiddle), and Kyle Neumann (drumset) have been crafting and crooning in their hometown of Louisville since 2001, much to the satisfaction of their large and loyal audiences. Citing influences from the Band, John Hartford, Freakwater, Neil Young, and thousands more, Fire the Saddle has blended it all into an original and refreshing sound. Read more on Last.fm
Fire the Saddle is five people from Kentucky. Tory Fisher (guitar, vocals), Mick Sullivan (guitar, banjo, vocals), Rob Collier (bass), Joey Burchett (mandolin, fiddle), and Kyle Neumann (drumset) have been crafting and crooning in their hometown of Louisville since 2001, much to the satisfaction of their large and loyal audiences. Citing influences from the Band, John Hartford, Freakwater, Neil Young, and thousands more, Fire the Saddle has blended it all into an original and refreshing sound. As soft and sweet as they are rebellious and rockin’, their songs of friendship, love, and joy perfectly balance their others of grief, loneliness, and love on the rocks. Sharing bills with such important figures as Cathy Irwin of Freakwater, My Morning Jacket, Hem, the Two Dollar Pistols, Bobby Bare, Jr., Tift Merritt, Over the Rhine, and Splitlip Rayfield, they have pleased many audiences, bringing with them their own homegrown, grassroots following.

The band’s regional touring in 2004 and 2005 has also attracted a loyal fan-base across Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Fire the Saddle’s recent hometown release party for their second full-length CD, Four Feet Off the Ground, was the first time in ten years that the legendary club Rudyard Kipling had to deny some audience members entry because of overcrowding. The Courier-Journal of Louisville listed them as the number one draw at the Rudyard Kipling for 2004. Not bad for a place that housed Ralph Stanley, Ray Davies, Sam Bush, and Vince Gill, as well as helped launch the careers of such acts as Carter Wood, Jonell Mosser, and Alan Rhody. Regulars on the respected WFPK Louisville, Fire the Saddle’s no longer available first album Sometimes It Ain’t the Horse sat on their Top 25 chart for five weeks, along with getting frequent air time on radio stations in Lexington and Indianapolis. Undoubtedly, their progressive new record, which in its first week of release topped the sales list at Ear X-tacy Records, will do the same.

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