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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 ...

Drive-By Truckers Walk the Bloody Streets

Review and Interview by Geoffrey Himes, Paste, 27 September 2016

With the election just over a month away, the band puts out its most political album yet. ...

see also Jason Isbell

see also Patterson Hood


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