UNKNOWN HINSON'S HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA

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UNKNOWN HINSON'S HALLOWEEN EXTRAVAGANZA

While singing his own hilariously politically incorrect songs, Unknown Hinson plays guitar in a style incendiary enough to have Satan himself reaching for the antiperspirant. But don't dismiss him as a novelty act. He's one hell of a talent and has the music to prove it!

Looking somewhat like Dracula's nasty little brother who spent some hard years drinking and working as a carnival barker for a second-rate freak show, Unknown Hinson translates that vibe to his style of country and western-tinged psychobilly. The band is now touring nationwide, wowing audiences with outrageous and campy, white-trash persona and freewheeling, sleazy tone.
Hinson's most recent CD release, "Live and Undead", melds weepy twang, searing guitar riffs and lyrics that speak of love-gone-bad. Recorded at a sold-out show, an enthusiastic honky tonk crowd sings along with the King on every song. Raucous, theatrical and over-the-top, Unknown Hinson isn't just for the trailer park set anymore! Unknown is gaining international notoriety in the 14-34 demographic as the voice of lead character "Early Cuyler" in the popular show from Cartoon Network - "Squidbillies". The first four seasons were so well-received that an immediate green light was given to future seasons. Check website for dates and time slots.

Unknown Hinson is an international winner in the Independent Music Awards for his alternative Country track "Torture Town" from the album "Target Practice".

Unknown Hinson is also a featured artist for Reverend Guitars, representing them in many issues of Guitar Player magazine. A signature Unknown Hinson guitar is currently part of Reverend's celebrity instrument lineup. Full page interviews and photos of Unknown are in March and April 2012 issues of Guitar Player, and on guitarplayer.com www.reverendguitars.com

Upon his first performance at Rockabilly Revival, an annual festival in Austin, Tx, Rockabilly Magazine named Unknown Hinson as their "Find of the Year" www.rockabillymagazine.com

Check out YouTube for thousands of videos from various sources featuring the King of Country Western Troubadours.www.youtube.com/unknownhinson Barnyard Stompers are the first and only Country duo with a sound as big as Texas. This cutting-edge band sounds like a four or five-piece outfit and they pull it off live with no help from fancy gadgetry such as loop machines, synths, back tracks or "guest" performers.



These hardworking road dogs stay loyal to their roots and stand by their own genuine, dynamic sound and style, making no apologies; after all, pure Outlaw Country by definition, has always been evolutionary. Barnyard Stompers are sincerely proud of their role in helping to pave the way for the next generation of outlaws who hold C&W in high regard, always placing Honky Tonk first, front and center, building off of it in hopes of keeping Country music alive and relevant for even more generations to follow.



Whether you're looking to two-step or raise a little Hell, Barnyard Stompers are one of today's rowdiest, good-timin' Country outfits with a sound so immense, they are indeed the only duo to be nominated for Best Outlaw Group in the history of the Ameripolitan Awards, founded by the great Dale Watson.



We have all seen the "progression" of Country music going the way of senseless Pop jingles but while mediocrity is being celebrated and imitated, Barnyard Stompers are rattling cages and offering an authentic Country music alternative. Staying true to the traditional styles of the Country music they were raised on and have loved all their lives, the biggest little two-piece from Texas incorporates heavier elements such as dirty rockin' Blues and Hard Rock undertones--rebellious, yet familiar.



Safe to say, the Stompers have a healthy disdain for Pop and Bro Country, Hick Hop, Tractor Rap and all other fancy labels being used to sell spoiled manure to hapless souls who just don't have the sense to turn it off. After being force-fed tasteless slop from radio DJs and pandering, fake country boys ranting about booming bass, Escalades and designer shades, you might find tunes about barbeque, chainsaws, beer, guns and moonshine kinda' refreshing so come on over to the wild side and let those boys in the tight glitter jeans go ahead and play with themselves.