entertained the sheep, other US national 4H members, local shepherds and the town folk by playing their odd mixture of honky-tonk, rockabilly and garage music. Being as there were no drummers in the 4H class that year and longing for the clickety-clack of a train, Lynda Kay took her raggedy old suitcase, found in a second hand store outside of Austin, rigged up a dried out gourd with some bailing wire and, before long, turned her suitcase into a bona fide drum. By the time their summer program came to an end, they had forged their own unique, original sound, and had penned over 50 original compositions. They called themselves The New Zealand, Honky-Tonk Sheep Herding Garage Duo of Outrageously Clever 4-H Students Realizing that this name was somewhat long, they later would be become the LONESOME SPURS. When they arrived back in the states, life took them off into their separate directions, but now they were both more determined then ever to become professional musicians and entertainers and to it on a personal mission to change the archaic musical landscape of America (and the world for that matter.) Of course it is well documented that they both had very successful careers in both the music and entertainment fields as individuals and members of successful groups, (note: use google if your curiosity is getting the best of you.) In 2005, sensing the world was now ready for their musical vision, although the music industry was still chasing it's tail around, they reformed their combo The New Zealand, Honky-Tonk Sheep Herding Garage Duo of Outrageously Clever 4-H Students that they had started years earlier, renaming it to the much shorter, catchier and more appropriate name, LONESOME SPURS. The rest of the story is soon to be history, because Lynda Kay and Danny B.
are currently recording their first CD for CLEOPATRA RECORDS and will be starting their first major tour shortly after it's release. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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