In a world totally polluted with truck nuts, auto-tune, and Bud Light®, The Denim Daddies are a shot of the ol' outlaws mixed with the modernism of alt-country, trying to shed a light on GOOD country.
Finding ways to satisfy the tastes of both purists and newbies of the country genre, The Denim Daddies are burning up every stage they grace with outlaw-inspired alt-country that parties as hard as they do. With tunes about hoedowns gone right, hootenannies gone wrong, and the pain in your heart after hearing a Luke Bryan song, they’re doing it on their own terms. Several old guys once told them their sound was reminiscent of The Flying Burrito Brothers. A man with a mullet said they sounded like Steve Earl. Rick’s mom says they sound like Sweet Revenge era John Prine. Thanks, mom. Catch The Denim Daddies riding off into a sunset near you. They’ll be in their van of course. None of them can ride horses.
Art type: Live Music
Music type: Original Music
What this Artist plays most of the time
Home base: Edmonton
Appeals most (but not limited) to: 25-50 year old people looking for a good time