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I first caught this band on CMT and immeadiately bought the album off of Amazon. To this day I still haven't heard them on a local radio station. I guess I'll either have to move down South or invite them out for a party at my house!
This album is recommended to all who love to get out on the open road in their Cadillac and crank the tunes. Have a great spring everyone!
Summar has put together a group of Nashville's most revered session players to back his honky-tonk howl. Blending a realistic look at small town Tennessee living with a solid dose of comedy, the first album by the Mob is well written, well played and supremely satisfying.
Summar is touring this summer with Charlie Daniels on the "Volunteer Jam" circuit. His style of southern, barn door rattling, honkytonk power country is a great fit with that bill.
The production on this album is solid, with the vocals very present, but not enough to overpower the scorching guitar. Lyrically, this is a very straightforward record, detailing the plight of small town love from the Joe Diffie "John Deere Green" school of romance, being homesick for the Tennessee hills and the girls that make them worth singing about.
If you like Jason and the Scorchers, the Bottle Rockets, Charlie Daniels or the like, pick this CD up.
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By dumb luck, I found this at a listening station at a Hasting's in Flagstaff, AZ.
Trent Summar's self-titled debut is a very authentic/modern take on real rockin'... Read more
This CD just rocks from beginning to end. I prefer the rockin' side of country music, so this CD was a real find. There's not a single track that let's you down. You gotta buy it!Published on December 20, 2002
Okay...i simply love a few of the songs...but i will have to admit i skip over the majority of it. I think this is one of those you either luv them or not type of groups. Read morePublished on December 4, 2000 by cin1165
You got to see this band. Opened for Willie Nelson in Knoxville last night and tore the roof off. They are ALL Hillbilly Rock Stars. Read morePublished on September 14, 2000 by Jim Hester