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Two Texas Guitar Outcasts on one killer 7” single.
Scott H. Biram and Jesse Dayton join forces to bring you your
favorite single of the Summer of ’19.
Ground Zero outlaw David Allan Coe’s “Monkey David Wine” gets a sinister
gut bucket blues duet treatment. It lands about 11 feet away from Screamin’ Jay
Hawkins on a ten foot chain. Pass the bottle, friends.
Side B is Gary Stewart’s “Single Again.” The cool as can be song is a shaggy-
haired, floppy-hatted prime taste of 70’s rebel country. Pass the weed, brother.
Like a lot of what we do at Bloodshot, this release was born out of fun:
Jesse: “Scott and I have toured North America 5 times together. We share a
major obsession w/ country and blues music. We both grew up in Texas listening to
Gary Stewart and David Allen Coe. Folks can hear what a blast we had in the
recordings of these songs!
Scott: I says “Come on over to the studio Jesse, and let’s record some
bullshit!” Jesse Dayton and the boys swooped right in. I set up the mics, and we
tore the world a new one! After all the touring we’ve done together in that time, it
just made sense to get him in the studio with me to record a few songs! I wanted to
get a full band backing me up in my studio, and see what kind of noises we could
make! This is what happened! Couldn’t be more pleased with it either!
Limited edition 7” single and digital release.
Jesse Dayton appears courtesy of Blue Elan Records