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'The best word to describe the Fried Goat’s sound is organic. They remind me of a time when musicians actually played their instruments and singers didn’t rely on autotune.' - Celebrity Cafe
left to right
Ruskin Yeargain: bass, vocals, producer
Westy Bowen: vocals, goatar
Deke Wiggins: lead goatar, vocals
Brian Heinbaugh: vocals, goatar, mandolin
Brian Brittingham: drums
Fried Goat is Southern Rock with a conscious.
Or a conscience. Take your pick, they're not spellers.
Unashamed. Not good with women. A dirty-floor bar band with a pop twist that comes and goes before you’re sure it’s OK to admit you heard it. Then you hear it again. It wears a nicked-up heart on its sleeve. It is rock n roll without bravado.
This second studio album has something familiar for long-time fans all throughout it. Try 'Henry's Revenge.' Listen to ‘Guilt Trip' for notes of Bon Appetit.
But altogether this is a sweeter sound. A little more love-struck. Possibly wiser. There's a Christmas song. There's an almost Ska version of The Charlie Daniels Band classic, ‘Long Haired Country Boy’.
It's Fried Goat. There's a whole page on the band website dedicated to the history and detail of goats. The page is titled "education."
You can get recipes there, too, and contact the band in Morse Code.
Nothing in Bulgarian this time out, but it’s still Fried Goat. The crunch is guaranteed.