Good Ol' Boys

 

 

 


Tale of the Stage:

Good Ol' Boys

Location: BRIANZA,
Italy

Usual Suspects:

 

Docket:

 

 

Bio

In 1999 when Hellwood and cole 13 really wanted to rock tha house with a brand new r'n'r band...so they called the seawolf just to play drums and..sing...but the guy didn't really feel in the right place, so he took his six string bazooka, pachito got his position behind the skins and started it out again...new blood, new influences took the good guys to their new sound...nothing new...but true...we put out our first demo in 2k, 14 tracks of pure punk rock'n'raw well reviewed all over europe...than in 2k3 the guys at dclxviproductions kindly produced and put out our first official cd split with our 'fellas the Leeches...3 years passed but we are still here...everything is changed throughout these days...now we're more powerfull, hard-rocky but still ready to hit the stage and bring our music everywhere... ...just keep the faith in R'n'R!!

 

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