|Sarah Jane Semrad|
|The King Bucks, never too far from a Shiner.|
Last week, Ms. Merritt Martin reviewed the debut disc
from the greatest (and only) band currently holding down Adair's on Monday nights
. And, in it, Merritt had this much to say:
It's not quite as gritty as the Bucks' live show, but, in the end, the
band's debut is at once Nudie suit, Texas Playboy and Branson, with a
few tears shed at a dive bar and a can of Lone Star thrown in for good
There's more to her favorable review, of course, but therein lies the crux of it. Indeed, if there's one way to describe the debut disc from The King Bucks, surely, it's to call it "Texan". On that note, check out and download the opening track from the album, "Autumn Leaves"...
Bonus mp3: The King Bucks -- "Autumn Leaves"