Bottom of The Deck
"Bottom of The Deck"
Bottom of The Deck was a long time coming but we think you will find it was worth the wait! With the addition of percussion, a fiddle, and a squeeze-box, to some great tunes, we are sure y'all are gonna love this album!
"Bottom of The Deck"
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This Americana album is a magnetic twist of alt-Country, folk-rock, blues, and bluegrass. The songs capture moments - like a snapshot, but often reveal something deeper. The songs are earthy, organic, and cathartic...lyrically simple, yet emotionally complex.
Born To Love You
This, a single from their upcoming 2nd album "Bottom Of The Deck", is an upbeat, toe-tapping tune, good for dancing to or just listening to. The song revels in the joy of being with that one person you know you were born to love and telling/showing them about it.
Hold Me So Tight
From their upcoming 2nd album "Bottom of The Deck", this song is a sweet, soft love song about hurting from life experiences, finding someone special, and wanting to know if he/she can make you whole again.
Bottom Of The Deck
This title track from their upcoming 2nd album "Bottom of The Deck", uses many Texas colloquialisms in a very creative way resulting in a toe-tapping, dance-worthy tune that will, at the least, put a smile on your face if it doesn't make you laugh right out loud!
Daddy Daughter Dance
Anyone having ever attended a wedding knows that one of the more touching moments is the father-daughter dance. Daddy Daughter Dance, written for band member Bill Salt's daughter's wedding, not only captures that moment but amplifies and intensifies it tenfold. The song is from their 2nd album "Bottom of The Deck", out May 2020
Texas Highway Song
Everyone who has experienced a breakup has sought comfort and solace somewhere. Many Texas boys, including the songwriter, have sought that comfort and solace in a little, but well-known border town named Acuña. Perhaps you have experienced your own Acuña at some time. From their debut album "C.R. 434".
We The People
From "C.R. 434", their debut album, this song is about We The People being very tired of, and mad about, the "political games" EVERYONE plays in Washington at the We The People's expense. The song was written out of that frustration.
Tomorrow Is Another Day
This song from their debut album "C.R. 434", draws from Solomon's wisdom, who said that all is vanity...and while we all want to believe we get another chance to make it right... perhaps we won't!
It Ain't Over ('til It's Over In Me)
Another track from their debut album "C.R. 434", has been referred to as "quintessential Wilson County". The song, somewhat autobiographical, covers some things that, specifically, may not apply to everyone but everyone has experienced something that just won't let go.
This song from their debut album C.R. 434, speaks to anyone who has ever put in a day of hard physical work and can appreciate getting home and sitting on the front porch to relaxing. That moment as the sun goes down, when it's no longer day and not quite night, is the songwriter's favorite time... the calm before the "storm" of the next day.
This Life of Mine
The song, from their debut album C.R. 434, is pretty much the life story of Bill Salt, co-founding band member and author of the song, but it is everyone's story in some fashion. Although a blues type song and an "Oh well" attitude, it does show and encourage perseverance.