Groupe Country-Rock US originaire de Chicago (Illinois) et comprenant Alan Doughty, Joe Camarillo, Dean Schlabowske, Dave Alvin et Jon Rauhouse.
Stemming in part from Chicago's beloved alt-country sextet the Waco Brothers, Dollar Store comfortably fit into the country genre, but are truly a rock band through and through. Dollar Store are comprised of the Waco Brothers' rhythm section (bassist Alan Doughty and drummer Joe Camarillo) as well as co-Waco Brothers frontman Dean Schlabowske, guitarist Dave Alvin from the Blasters, and pedal steel big-shot Jon Rauhouse. Dollar Store gained acclaim after pleasing performances at Austin's South by Southwest festival and the 2003 CMJ Music Marathon in New York City. In 2004, the group released its self-titled debut, which was met with some criticism in comparison to Schlabowske's work with the Waco Brothers, on Bloodshot Records. A second effort, Money Music, appeared from the same label in 2007.
Talents : Alan : Bass - Joe : Drums - Dean : Leader - Dave : Guitar - Jon : Pedal Steel
Style musical : Country Rock, Americana, Contemporary Country, Alternative Country
|NEW COUNTRY (2004)||
Années en activité :
|02/2004||CD BLOODSHOT 98 (US)||DOLLAR STORE - New Country / Around The Bend / Believe / Beyond Our Means / North Central Plain / Button Up / Explain Away / Enemy / Exit # 9 / Working Line / Amazing Disgrace / Little Autocrat|
|08/2007||CD BLOODSHOT 124 (US)||MONEY MUSIC - Money Music / Scrap Truck / Wasting Away / Twisting In The Wind / Work = Reward / One Red Cent, One Thin Dime / Hurricane Charley / Company Town / In The Gravel Yard / Reserve The Right / Star / Dying Light|
© Rocky Productions 15/08/2007