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The Tractors

About The Tractors

Rootsy Country Rock from a Tulsa-based outfit that heaps the boogie high. Their slick but uncommonly hip sound is the distillation of the expertise and experience of one-time Nashville studio mainstays. A refreshing disinterest in commercial success has led them to release a tongue-in-cheek holiday record and even a Playstation video game soundtrack. With funky-fat horns, a chooglin' rhythm section, and the drawling growl of lead singer Casey VanBeek, the Tractors kick out barn-burnin' tunes that shake, shimmy, and leave a greasy film on your tongue.

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The Tractors

Rootsy Country Rock from a Tulsa-based outfit that heaps the boogie high. Their slick but uncommonly hip sound is the distillation of the expertise and experience of one-time Nashville studio mainstays. A refreshing disinterest in commercial success has led them to release a tongue-in-cheek holiday record and even a Playstation video game soundtrack. With funky-fat horns, a chooglin' rhythm section, and the drawling growl of lead singer Casey VanBeek, the Tractors kick out barn-burnin' tunes that shake, shimmy, and leave a greasy film on your tongue.

About The Tractors

Rootsy Country Rock from a Tulsa-based outfit that heaps the boogie high. Their slick but uncommonly hip sound is the distillation of the expertise and experience of one-time Nashville studio mainstays. A refreshing disinterest in commercial success has led them to release a tongue-in-cheek holiday record and even a Playstation video game soundtrack. With funky-fat horns, a chooglin' rhythm section, and the drawling growl of lead singer Casey VanBeek, the Tractors kick out barn-burnin' tunes that shake, shimmy, and leave a greasy film on your tongue.

About The Tractors

Rootsy Country Rock from a Tulsa-based outfit that heaps the boogie high. Their slick but uncommonly hip sound is the distillation of the expertise and experience of one-time Nashville studio mainstays. A refreshing disinterest in commercial success has led them to release a tongue-in-cheek holiday record and even a Playstation video game soundtrack. With funky-fat horns, a chooglin' rhythm section, and the drawling growl of lead singer Casey VanBeek, the Tractors kick out barn-burnin' tunes that shake, shimmy, and leave a greasy film on your tongue.