High Octane Roadhouse Rockabilly maybe that's the first easiest way to start to describe the wall of sound the Drugstore Cowboys have been performing to their audiences since their formation in 1998. The band draw from many musical styles, from traditional 50s rock n roll, country, tex mex and blues influences, through to 60s, garage, and surf. A live Drugstore show is a real deal, high energy performance, and certainly unpredictable in their choice of material. The bands live set consists of mainly original songs and some interesting surprise covers, such as a souped up version of Kenny Rogers Lucille, through to a Dick Dale/Link Wray instrumental blast. It's all in there! The Drugstore Cowboys pride themselves in appealing and performing to a wide range of music lovers from all walks of life, and have, over the years, opened up shows for varied artists. Including, from personal favourites such as The Paladins, BR549, Jesse Dayton, Legendary shack shakers, Hacienda bros, Reverend Horton Heat and Scotty Moore to bands such as The Damned, Spear of Destiny and Jools Holland. The Drugstore Cowboys were signed to Raucous Records in 1998 and released their debut CD Crash & Burn. Since their debut 'Crash and Burn' the guys have matured like a fine wine!, the level of musicianship on display here is astounding . These boys prove a hard act to follow & this new CD backs up their showstopping 'live' appearances admirably .