Saturday, March 14, 2015

Ep 6 - Song 5: "Salt of the Earth" by The Killigans


Okay, I have to admit, this band is not Iowan. These are Nebraska boys. But it is Celtic music.

"The Killigans are a seven piece “folk-punk” band from Lincoln, NE. The Killigans “sound” combines the diverse musicals tastes of the bands members; fusing Punk Rock, Folk, Country and Western, Celtic, European folk, Americana, and other types of music into an upbeat, foot-stomping, beer-raising party. Lyrically, the songs range from classic storytelling to rebel songs to ballads to middle class anthems. The Killigans are a band who thrive on live performance and crowd interaction."

"THE KILLIGANS were born in a filthy garage in 2004, hammered together out of the spare parts of other Nebraska bands and fueled by a love of good whiskey, great friends, late nights, buzzing tattoo needles and crusty old punk rock albums. They have existed in various incarnations since their inception, but as their rabid fans will testify, they have never failed to ignite the passions of anyone who wanders close enough to hear their foot-stomping, glass-raising anthems for tenacious underdogs, lonely vagabonds, and anyone who’s just trying to make it in this world. Their rapidly-growing body of work draws from the most enduring, vibrant aspects of American music – the storytelling of folk, the fighting spirit of punk rock, the heartfelt poignancy of country and the unforgiving grit of rock ‘n roll.
- from their website

Lineup:
Chris Nebesniak – guitar, vocals
Brad Hoffman – acoustic guitar, lead vocals
Greg Butcher – electric guitar, vocals
Nathan Olson – mandolin
Pat Nebesniak – accordion
Trevor Nebesniak – bass guitar, vocals
Ben Swift – drums, vocals


Home page:
http://thekilligans.com/

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/thekilligans

Bandcamp:
https://thekilligans.bandcamp.com/releases
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