Photo Credit: Jerry Lukas
Wayne "The Train" Hancock has been the king of juke-joint swing since his stunning debut in 1995 with Thunderstorms and Neon Signs. His music translates into a hazy dream of honky-tonk, roadhouse blues, western swing, big band, old-time country and Texas rockabilly. With seven full length albums under his belt the newest album is a gem just like the rest; Viper of Melody is infectious and unpretentious it'll get your toes tapping and fingers snapping. The album was produced by long time collaborator Lloyd Maines who has worked with artists such as Joe Ely, Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, and the Dixie Chicks.
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