Deadman Flats / Honey Suckle / Granny Tweed

Related band pages

If you went, you might have heard


Event details

Lawrence's Deadman Flats blur the drunken line between fact and fiction, chronicling the misadventures of everyday boogans and dudes who pick up greeters at Wal-Mart. Only Hutchinson could have spawned such a bass-ackward brand of bluegrass, but only Lawrence could make it sound right at home. The group recently celebrated the release of its second album "Read 'Em and Weep," which ups the ante in both speed and creepiness.


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment