Described as a modern ’hillbilly’ band, the Kentucky Headhunters brought a heavy metal and blues influence to country music in the late 1980s. Renowned for their raw party atmosphere, the Kentucky Headhunters have been described as ’the great American rock’n’roll band’ by Billboard magazine.
Their early albums were chock-full of cover tunes, but they made them their own, mixing Southern rock, country, blues, honky-tonk, killer sing-a-long choruses and a healthy dose of humour. Primarily known as a touring band, success keeps coming for the Kentucky Headhunters.
Never one to be pigeon-holed in any one specific genre, the group continues to play to packed houses. They love making music. They are down-home guys and remain part of the fabric of country music.
CD 1 1: Walk Softly on This Heart of Mine 2: Dumas Walker 3: Rag Top 4: Rock 'n' Roll Angel 5: Smooth 6: High Steppin' Daddy 7: Skip A Rope 8: Some Folks Like To Steal 9: My Daddy Was a Milkman 10: It's Chitlin' Time 11: The Ballad of Davy Crockett 12: Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line 13: Diane 14: 16 & Single 15: Spirit In The Sky 16: Always Makin' Love 17: Love Bug Crawl 18: Big mexican Diner CD 2 1: Kickin' Them Blues Around 2: Take Me Back 3: Dixie Fried 4: Just Ask Fo' Lucy 5: Honky Tonk Walkin 6: Redneck Girl 7: Dizzie Miss Daisy 8: Celina Tennessee 9: The Ghost of Hank Williams 10: Freedom Stomp 11: Muddy Water 12: My Gal 13: Blue Moon of Kentucky 14: Underground 15: You've Got to Hide Your Love Away 16: Wishin' Well 17: With Body And Soul