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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Ark. Times Musicians Showcase Round 4: Good Time Ramblers

Posted By on Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 11:48 AM

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Good Time Ramblers

Formed: June 2005

From: Little Rock

Members: John Lefler (vocals, guitar), Rich Dwiggins (vocals, bass), Alex Piazza (lead guitar, pedal steel, etc.) and Brooks Browning (drums).

Albums: A seven-song EP, "Sinners Welcome" and full-length, tentatively called "Nashville Cowboy," coming soon.

Sounds like: "Delta rock," is how the band describes it. That's "classic country with a tinge of rock 'n' roll."

Munk-ish: Some of these names and faces look familiar? That's because everyone in the band, save lead singer Lefler, also plays in much loved local act the Munks.

Where you'll find them: All over around town. At Daly's in Dardanelle on April 3.

Music:

"Gotta Get Back"



"Extra Mile"

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