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About Kentucky Headhunters

Kentucky Headhunters were one of the fringe country acts of the neo-traditionalist movement that saved the early 1990s country music scene from becoming an utter washout in the wake of "Achy Breaky Heart." With a sizzling combination of Lynyrd Skynyrd boogie and hippie-fied, Commander Cody-style humor, they remained on the outskirts of the Nashville establishment, recording critically acclaimed records that blurred the line between New Country and '70s Country Rock.

Listen toKentucky Headhunterson Rhapsody

Kentucky Headhunters were one of the fringe country acts of the neo-traditionalist movement that saved the early 1990s country music scene from becoming an utter washout in the wake of "Achy Breaky Heart." With a sizzling combination of Lynyrd Skynyrd boogie and hippie-fied, Commander Cody-style humor, they remained on the outskirts of the Nashville establishment, recording critically acclaimed records that blurred the line between New Country and '70s Country Rock.

About Kentucky Headhunters

Kentucky Headhunters were one of the fringe country acts of the neo-traditionalist movement that saved the early 1990s country music scene from becoming an utter washout in the wake of "Achy Breaky Heart." With a sizzling combination of Lynyrd Skynyrd boogie and hippie-fied, Commander Cody-style humor, they remained on the outskirts of the Nashville establishment, recording critically acclaimed records that blurred the line between New Country and '70s Country Rock.

About Kentucky Headhunters

Kentucky Headhunters were one of the fringe country acts of the neo-traditionalist movement that saved the early 1990s country music scene from becoming an utter washout in the wake of "Achy Breaky Heart." With a sizzling combination of Lynyrd Skynyrd boogie and hippie-fied, Commander Cody-style humor, they remained on the outskirts of the Nashville establishment, recording critically acclaimed records that blurred the line between New Country and '70s Country Rock.