A mythical honky-tonk, one part Cheers, one part Brigadoon, shaken with an ornery, old-west attitude: That’s the Whiskeytown Roadhouse.
The Whiskeytown Roadhouse lives in the past and the present. It’s inhabited by ghosts and lost souls, lovers and their sordid stories, and it’s tucked away in a canyon on the rough-and-tumble back roads of old Shasta County.
If this were the 1960s, Whiskeytown Roadhouse would be a Concept Album, with an artsy, vaguely risque, 12-by-12 cover and a litany of liner notes and lyrics on the inside sleeve. But Craig and I missed the '60s music scene, because we were in elementary school at the time, and being Still Married would have been frowned upon.
So here we are: 2013 and the music world is all download-y and green. Whiskeytown Roadhouse is our Concept Not-An-Album, and we're releasing one song at a time on our Still Married website -- all for free.
First song is up -- click HERE go to our download page.