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About Derailers

The Derailers play Buck Owens-inspired Honky-Tonk with subtle Texan undertones. Although their music flirts with slap-happy Rockabilly Revival rhythms, the band seem to look toward Bakersfield for their roots. The songs are quirky and jerky at times, but they aren't afraid to dip into more romantic laments every now and again. Tube-tone guitar playing and strong, soulful singing satisfy.

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Listen toDerailerson Rhapsody

The Derailers play Buck Owens-inspired Honky-Tonk with subtle Texan undertones. Although their music flirts with slap-happy Rockabilly Revival rhythms, the band seem to look toward Bakersfield for their roots. The songs are quirky and jerky at times, but they aren't afraid to dip into more romantic laments every now and again. Tube-tone guitar playing and strong, soulful singing satisfy.

About Derailers

The Derailers play Buck Owens-inspired Honky-Tonk with subtle Texan undertones. Although their music flirts with slap-happy Rockabilly Revival rhythms, the band seem to look toward Bakersfield for their roots. The songs are quirky and jerky at times, but they aren't afraid to dip into more romantic laments every now and again. Tube-tone guitar playing and strong, soulful singing satisfy.

About Derailers

The Derailers play Buck Owens-inspired Honky-Tonk with subtle Texan undertones. Although their music flirts with slap-happy Rockabilly Revival rhythms, the band seem to look toward Bakersfield for their roots. The songs are quirky and jerky at times, but they aren't afraid to dip into more romantic laments every now and again. Tube-tone guitar playing and strong, soulful singing satisfy.