Defying current genre classification, Atlanta's own Rolling Nowhere has unofficially been described as a Junkyard Folk band. This loose term accurately describes a band that bends the current alt-country/folk/rock genres and seems to consistently evolve its sound with every show.
Combining their love of Classic Country, Old Timey Folk and Psychedelic Rock n Roll, the result is a sound somewhere between early Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Blitzen Trapper and the Grateful Dead.
The band has down home 3-part harmonies, a mutual love of songwriting, and a wide array of instrumentation including; the Canjo-a washboard percussion experiment, upright bass, telecaster guitar, drums, dobro, banjo, mandolin and fiddle.
If you're looking for travelin' music or actually thinking of hopping a freight train, Rolling Nowhere is your medicine.
When whiskey won't kill the pain reach for a shot of Rolling Nowhere!
- Brad Cochran: Vocals, Guitar, Canjo
- Matt Green: Banjo, Guitar, Vocals
- Jess Hopkins: Electric Guitar, Lap Steel, Vocals
- Adam Higgins: Upright Bass, Vocals
- Reed Van Hoosear: Dobro, Guitar
- Caleb Little: Drums