Hoosier Daddy

Hoosier Daddy

Hoosier Daddy

Got a Mountain to Climb

Sour Wine Records

For amazing Southern rock vibes and powerful aesthetics, this new album from Hoosier Daddy continues to deliver from beginning to end.

Hoosier Daddy is a group with a brilliant pun in their name, but there is a lot more to them than a catchy moniker. These talented musicians came together to create a catchy yet heavy and energetic take on Southern rock. Their influences range from classic acts such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, down to influential groups like The Byrds and more. While the band has a retro vibe and their sound tips the hat off to classic Southern influences, there is an innovative edge to their music.

While songs such as “The Journey” strike for their more traditional flavor, tracks like “Do or Do Not” actually showcase the band’s versatility and ability to connect with the audience on a deeper level. With catchy riffs, incredible hooks, and solid production, you just can’t go wrong. If you enjoy music that blends vigor with melody, this will be worth checking out.


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