Polecat Boogie Revival
Comin' straight out o' the bible belt, Polecat Boogie Revival is a powerhouse rock n roll combo hailin' from Tennessee. The band is fueled by a high-octane mixture of ripsnortin' Southern rock, hard-edged '70s FM-radio classics, a sincere love for American roots music and the ass-kickin' attitude of outlaw country. Word is spreadin' about Polecat Boogie Revival as the group's diehard fans, collectively known as The Congregation, demand their dose of energetic, hammer-down rock n roll. PBR's first studio recordings, which include a rough n tumble left-field cover of Warren Zevon's 'Play It All Night Long', are regularly featured on college and regional radio in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. They've played extensively all over the South and were tapped as main support for the second leg of Hank Williams III's national tour in 2005. Keep your ears open as the band brings boogie to the masses with relentless tourin' and their next studio recording in 2008. With support and praise pourin' in from all over the place, Polecat Boogie Revival plan to kickstart the party overseas with their first full-length CD on Italy's own Scarey Records. It's safe to say the best has yet to come for these hard workin' southern boys. Featuring Alan King of Hellstomper on vocals. "PBR are full-tilt swamp devil riff and roll, meaner than a piss drinkin' hooker and as lethal as tainted hog venom.....half Nuge, half Black Oak, all hairy, scary, and quite possibly evil. Highly recommended." - Sleazegrinder.com, USA.