Southern rockers that have no problem electrifying live audiences
Gritty guitar strums, tight rhythms, smooth harmonies, crunchy Hammond organ, bluesy piano and vigorous lead guitar solos are the sonic blueprint that have made Dirty Guv’nahs one of the most buzzed about bands around. The proof is in the performance. Fans pack into sold-out venues from here to Florida to experience the full-bore musical energy of the Knoxville-bred rock quintet that has been compared to The Avett Brothers, early Black Crowes and The Rolling Stones. Forget the comparisons. These guys are in a league of their own. Folk rock pairing Cereus Bright join. Over 18s only.
"This band doesn't just play music; they capture the human spirit through song."