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Drive-By Truckers

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Drive-By Truckers: Pizza Deliverance (Soul Dump/Ghostmeat)

Review by Eric Weisbard, The Village Voice, 22 December 1999

WE DROVE TO Pittsburgh the weekend before Halloween, to watch the leaves change and attend a three-day fest called the Haunted Hillbilly Hoedown. ...

They Caught Me Smilin' Agin: Drive By Truckers at Brownie's, NYC

Live Review by Kandia Crazy Horse, PopMatters, 15 December 2001

FORGED IN THE fabled hamlet of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, the Drive-By Truckers are magnificent in concert. ...

Drive-By Truckers: The Mouth of the South

Profile and Interview by Eric Weisbard, Spin, December 2002

The Drive-By Truckers are hard-ass punk rockers from Alabama by way of Athens, Georgia. They drink too much. They love Lynyrd Skynyrd. And their Southern ...

Drive-By Truckers: Decoration Day (New West)

Review by Kandia Crazy Horse, The Village Voice, 13 June 2003

COME HEAR ME real well, boogie chillun, for I'ze 'bout to spin this chronicle of a death foretold. The death of truth, justice, and the ...

Drive-By Truckers: The Rise, Fall and Redemption of the Redneck Warrior Poets of Rock 'n' Roll

Profile and Interview by Steve LaBate, Paste, 1 August 2004

TEN, NINE... This is a story about rock 'n' roll. ...

Drive-By Truckers: Gangstabilly, Pizza Deliverance

Review by Rob Hughes, Uncut, March 2005

Early, essential albums from Alabama-bred rockers. A BURGEONING REPUTATION as the most vital Southern band since Skynyrd and the paint still drying on blistering sixth LP ...

Confessions of a Trucker

Interview by Jason Gross, Creative Loafing, 16 November 2005

TRYING TO FIT in as the newbie in an established band is a weird, awkward, disorienting task – just ask Ron Wood what it was ...

Drive-By Truckers: A Blessing and a Curse

Review by Mark Kemp, Paste, 12 April 2006

PATTERSON HOOD SUMS UP Drive-By Truckers' new album, A Blessing and a Curse, in one line of the closing track: "To love is to feel ...

Playing Hurt: The Drive-By Truckers Wrestle With Loss and Acceptance on Their Darkest Album Yet

Review by Geoffrey Himes, Baltimore City Paper, 26 June 2006

NOVELIST/CRITIC George Pelecanos has called them "the American band of the decade". extended it to "the greatest band in the world". Blender said they ...

Drive-By Truckers: Brighter Than Creation's Dark

Review by Sylvie Simmons, MOJO, March 2008

Seventh studio album by the Athens, Georgia-based Southern rockers finds them regrouped and stronger than ever. ...

Drive-By Truckers: Brighter Than Creation's Dark

Review and Interview by Andrew Mueller, Uncut, March 2008

Improbably, they find a way to get better than ever. ...

Drive-By Truckers/The Hold Steady: Rock'N'Roll Means Well…

Profile and Interview by Andrew Mueller, Uncut, January 2009

… that's the name of Autumn 2008's premium tour, a raucous Stateside double-header featuring Drive-By Truckers and the Hold Steady. From Atlanta to Tallahassee, Uncut ...

Patterson Hood Touts Drive-By Truckers' New Unity

Interview by Bob Ruggiero, Houston Press, 5 March 2015

OVER A discography of work, some rock bands become closely identified with their frequent record cover artists be it Ken Kelly with KISS, Jim Fitzpatrick ...

see also Jason Isbell

see also Patterson Hood


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