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WhiskeyDick

WhiskeyDick

WhiskeyDick


WHISKEYDICK is Fritz and Rev. Johnson, a two piece acoustic rebel-neck country machine from Fort Worth, Texas. We sing about drinking, smoking, raising hell, getting kicked out of bars and thrown in jail. Harder Beat says "Fritz plays rhythm guitar but his specialty is seducing your eardrums with his booming-from-the-belly low vocals. During solos, Rev. Johnson, lead guitar, does things with an acoustic that most can't do with an electric." Producer Eric Knutson describes our songs as redneck, porch sittin', rebel guitar pickin' music. Read more on Last.fm
WHISKEYDICK is Fritz and Rev. Johnson, a two piece acoustic rebel-neck country machine from Fort Worth, Texas. We sing about drinking, smoking, raising hell, getting kicked out of bars and thrown in jail. Harder Beat says "Fritz plays rhythm guitar but his specialty is seducing your eardrums with his booming-from-the-belly low vocals.

During solos, Rev. Johnson, lead guitar, does things with an acoustic that most can't do with an electric." Producer Eric Knutson describes our songs as redneck, porch sittin', rebel guitar pickin' music. We just released our second CD, "First Class White Trash" and are well into our third album "Drunk as Hell". We're professional musicans not weekend warriors, and like all blue collar hound dogs, we play shows 4 to 5 nights a week.

WHISKEYDICK has been together for 4 years with the same two original members, Fritz and Rev. Johnson, and have played over 750 shows. After previously being in metal bands, we decided to get back to our country roots and since have gone down the road to salvation, via Hell. Read more on Last.fm.

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