George Usher has been making Americana-tinged music for well over two decades. Former founder of mid-'70s Power-Popsters the Decoys, Usher found himself sitting in with Cowpunk misfits, Beat Rodeo in 1986, when he played on their now cult LP, Home in the Heart of the Beat. Following that, he floated in and out of the jangly, guitar pop-fueled Bongos. Towards the end of the '80s, his band House of Usher played Goth-inspired rock songs. In 1996, Usher finally cut his first and long overdue solo album, Miracle School. In 1998, he released Dutch April, yours with just a click of the mouse. Here lies an organic collection of mature Americana and Power Pop. Usher blows the dust off his old Cowpunk stylings and displays the versatility of his burlap textured vocals.