With songs about life in the South, look death in the eye and express anger & concern towards todays societal issues they are out to destroy the stereotypical image of what Southern rock is and can be.
-Atlanta Auditory Association
“Vinyl records in our home were shelved high, above all the books, and usually in a random order. They were dusty, something that maybe one day my parents would get back to if they could just find the time.” - Marty Bohannon
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Marty Bohannon explains, “Our first single, “Dog Days”, is an ode to this tumultuous time we are living in. It seems things are constantly on the brink. We all have a good side and a bad side playing tug of war with our emotions. This is a reminder that the times will change and for the better. Don’t get lost out there and keep the fight in your heart.”
If you’re fixin’ for a generous helping of punk rock with a side of southern grit, better call Alabama collective, the Dexateens. Founded in Tuscaloosa in 1998, this self professed “rock ’n’ roll man’s rock ’n’ roll band” has released eight records in their near two decade run, and is getting set to put out a ninth.