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Americana doesn’t have to come from the US to feel authentic. Some of the best contemporary Americana and (hard) blues rock is currently coming out of Great Britain. Bands like The Temperance Movement and Kill It Kid are showing the world that they can do blues rock at least as well as their cousins west of the Atlantic. A still relatively new band that would fit perfectly into a festival line-up with TTM, KIK, America’s own The Black Keys or the also UK-based Australian duo The Graveltones, are The Greasy Slicks.
Unsigned and bursting at the seams with musical talent, they would be a solid addition to any label with an interest in good, honest rock music. But they are also willing to make it on their own. A conversation with two of the three Slicks about figuring out their way as a band…

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