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Renegade Rail

Renegade Rail

Renegade Rail


Renegade Rail is a Country Rock band. Mike Munsterman is the lead singer and rhythm guitar player for the band. He also writes the songs including "Heroes", "Till The Next Time", "What We Already Have", "Come On Down", "Wrong Side Of Goodbye" and most of the "Its Not Us" Cd. Mike is originally from Warrensburg, but now lives near Cole Camp Mo. Eric Kullman started playing drums at a very early age. His "driving" drumming style enhances Renegade Rails sound and adds a unique blend of influences from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Cross Canadian Ragweed. Read more on Last.fm
Renegade Rail is a Country Rock band. Mike Munsterman is the lead singer and rhythm guitar player for the band. He also writes the songs including "Heroes", "Till The Next Time", "What We Already Have", "Come On Down", "Wrong Side Of Goodbye" and most of the "Its Not Us" Cd. Mike is originally from Warrensburg, but now lives near Cole Camp Mo. Eric Kullman started playing drums at a very early age.

His "driving" drumming style enhances Renegade Rails sound and adds a unique blend of influences from Lynyrd Skynyrd to Cross Canadian Ragweed. Eric also sings backup vocals. From spinning sticks to stage antics, Eric keeps Renegade Rail on the tracks. Rocky Vincent is the bassman for the band. Rocky started playing bass, also at a young age, with his families gospel band.

He has played overseas for the troops on USO tours in previous bands. Some of his biggest influences include his Father & Grandfather, The Beatles, Chet Atkins, Merle Haggard, and Dwight Yoakum. Writing songs and playing music is his passion. Their website is www.renegaderail.com 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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