Grayson Capps – The Lost Cause Minstrels

Grayson Capps’ employs the help of a new band, The Lost Cause Minstrels, on his fifth studio album of the same name. Consisting mainly of  former members of the dissolved Kung Fu Mama, the band isn’t exactly a “lost cause” nor is the album for that matter. A rugged compilation of the sounds of the South, Capps gives us some gritty roots rock in “Highway 42,” a prohibition New Orleans jazz club sound reminiscent of Cab Calloway in “Coconut Moonshine” and a Dixieland, Mardi Gras party jam in “Ol’ Slac.”

Purchase The Lost Cause Minstrels
Grayson Capps’ Website

“Highway 42”

“Coconut Moonshine”

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