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About Exile

Kentucky Fried Country Rock with super slick production and homogenized vocal harmonies would have become Exile if there weren't so many other bands who sounded exactly like them. Not that they didn't have good songs. If you had been playing music since 1963, you would have your share of hits as well, even if you only played the telephone or the stapler. The band penned some songs that were covered by the likes of Alabama and Janie Fricke. They continue to play state fairs and clubs with in-house attendance.

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Kentucky Fried Country Rock with super slick production and homogenized vocal harmonies would have become Exile if there weren't so many other bands who sounded exactly like them. Not that they didn't have good songs. If you had been playing music since 1963, you would have your share of hits as well, even if you only played the telephone or the stapler. The band penned some songs that were covered by the likes of Alabama and Janie Fricke. They continue to play state fairs and clubs with in-house attendance.

About Exile

Kentucky Fried Country Rock with super slick production and homogenized vocal harmonies would have become Exile if there weren't so many other bands who sounded exactly like them. Not that they didn't have good songs. If you had been playing music since 1963, you would have your share of hits as well, even if you only played the telephone or the stapler. The band penned some songs that were covered by the likes of Alabama and Janie Fricke. They continue to play state fairs and clubs with in-house attendance.

About Exile

Kentucky Fried Country Rock with super slick production and homogenized vocal harmonies would have become Exile if there weren't so many other bands who sounded exactly like them. Not that they didn't have good songs. If you had been playing music since 1963, you would have your share of hits as well, even if you only played the telephone or the stapler. The band penned some songs that were covered by the likes of Alabama and Janie Fricke. They continue to play state fairs and clubs with in-house attendance.