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So you want to know about The Clydesdale? You've been hearing the buzz thick through the Joshua trees and you're ready to fix you a big iron skillet of punk country? Well, pull off your boots, dust off your hats and tie your horses to the trough cause It's time someone learned you on where Country and Western is really going.
The Clydesdale is a four piece outfit. Chalk full of character with an extra helping of sass.
Courtney Carroll, the percussionist, (which is drummer for all y’all laymen out there) has been known to make grown men cry and drop to their knees. That is until they get a whiff of her "vocal stylings." Needless to say she sticks to drumming and looking pretty.
Jason Aragon is the bass player, but he's not just a bass player. Well really he is just a bass player. But he is damn good at what he does and he adds so much style and pizzazz to our little quartet. He is as fresh as the mill and as potent as a rattler come high noon. Buy him a drink sometime would ya ladies?
Andrew Karasa has been known to cut men's fingers off. Mainly his own. That's right, a carpenter by trade, crooner by nature. He also plays a mean lick on the guitar (which might I add he built himself!) Ladies watch out for this one he has a whole hat full of stories and none of them go anywhere.
Which brings us to Paige Overton. The only thing more glittering than Vegas itself. She’s been known to have millions of men by the hairs of their chin crawling over each other to the bar just to grab the lady a glass of water (warm with lemon, no ice for future reference). Some people say she sings mighty nice. Some people make it with sheep (Not saying they’re the same just stating the facts!) She also plays the rhythm guitar which is not so much spectacular as it is necessary to the sound!
Yep, The Clydesdale get along real nice like, here in the wild west known as Las Vegas. Between all the one arm bandits, watering holes, and colonels, we all try to stick together and steer clear of all that is corrupt in this little city.
Thanks for stopping by our little campfire come check us out the next time you're around the mountain.
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