Uncle Roy Show
... started writing in the cab of a semi, rollin cross country, haulin' bed bugs down lifes hiways and byways, or pickin' in Honolulu in the 70's, the Pacific Northwest in the 80's, Texas in the 90's, now Auburn, Alabama and the Redneck Riviera. 'it's been a long road got lots of tall tales' ... 'come on and do the twang thang, down the hillbilly highway on the underbelly side, of the honky tonk edge of town' ... 'it's just a whistle stop, on the road to glory, different words but the same old story' ... 'pretty women, soft lights and hard country music' ... 'tighter than a two dollar bill, crazier than a banjo string' ... 'she said I know where we're goin' but I ain't so sure how we'll get there, I said let's go baby I'm ready to ride' Featuring Mark Crenshaw on guitars, Uncle Roy On drums, percussion, harp, guitar and mandolin and the first recording of The Good Doctor's Jonas Schultz on sax, keys, vocals and arrangements. Includes the track Heartless But Helpless written by the late Julia Gudmundson Schultz Recorded before pro tools before the turn of the century. Uncle Roy, still keepin it real after all these years.