His voice is gravely and rustic, reminding me of some of my favorite classic country artists. The video and music is similar to the vibe of O Brother Where Art Thou with the folk elements. The hand clapping, foot stomping, humming and swearing/shouting is infectious. The prison story element is compelling – nod to Greg Barnes and Melissa Giles, producers.
I don’t have personal experience with delirium tremens or alcoholism, but can relate to needing a stiff drink on occasion. Cheers!
My friend/drinking buddy Vanessa and I with our lemondrop martinis at the Green Dragon, Carlsbad
You can purchase this Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats album on CD, MP3 or vinyl!
Creative genius consistently originates from Scandinavian/Nordic countries. Recall: ABBA, Ace of Base, A-ha, Aqua, Ylvis, IKEA…
Perhaps you’ve heard of the Finnish band Steve ‘n’ Seagulls? They perform awesome, bluegrass-ish renditions of popular rock songs. Their music videos are extremely entertaining with versatile instruments such as the anvil, spoons, mandolin, banjo, accordion and more. Their costumes are rustic, minimalist and dare I say sexy.
We just got our new, beautifully illustrated book from Kathleen of @tinyhousetinyfootprint - “Roll With Kathleen, Greg and Blaize in a Camper Trailer.” Their journey has been fun to be a part of, as well as their #kickstarter campaign. My daughter is very enthralled and inspired with their story and wants to travel the world and have adventures like this. She was also excited to see my name printed inside on the supporters page! So happy for you both, Kathleen and Greg.