The Palestine, TX-based Southern rock and Red Dirt country band are hitting the road in 2024, in support of their latest effort, Tornillo. First formed in 2008 by lead Cody Jennings and his friend Cody Tate, they took inspiration from the musical stylings of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., and Waylon Jennings, but soon moved into formulating their own unique take on Southern rock music. Their biggest single to date, Ballad of a Southern Man, was spawned by their second album, Firewater in 2011. Created whilst holed up at the famous Sonic Ranch in Texas, Tornillo is the group's 6th studio album and is set for full release in July this year.
The seven-piece band comprises Jennings on vocals and acoustic guitar, Tate on lead guitar and backing vocals, guitarist and backing vocalist John Jeffers, bassist Gary Brown, drummer Jeff Hogg, percussionist Tony Kent and Jon Knudson on keyboard and fiddle.