'We are a garage band, and we come from garage land' Joe Strummer sung on the Clash' debutalbum in 1977. One thing is clear, if there is a garageland Sandusky definitely grew up there. Their name is also a song from Uncle Tupelo, but sandusky is going way beyond the creators of the alernative country movement. On one side they'll remind you of the better guitarbands from the eighties, Dream Syndicate, Violent Femmes, Green on Red and The Gun Club and on the other side it's the 'great outdoors-music' like bands as Slobberbone, Wilco and Giant Sand. Everything always spiced-up with the ingredients from la cuisine du garage. They played together with bands as The Drive by Truckers, Slobberbone, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, The Reigning Sound, The Long Winters, Jesse Malin and much more. Incredible live-band!