This Unique Central New York Band is Headed For The Big Time
If you see this local band play live once, you'll want to see them a dozen times!
Who plays a cigar box guitar? This band!
Who jams out on a string garden hoe? These guys!
Who performs using a 1966 Mustang Hubcap guitar? Yup...
Who makes one of a kind blues music on a paddle made for rowing a canoe? Yes again.
Who transformed a household broom into a guitar? You guessed it..
Watch them play on a banjo made out of a frying pan!
The band I'm referring to is Central New York's most one of a kind acts. The band I'm talking about is The Swamp Drivers! The band consists of members: Terry "Mojo" Johnson, Phil "Wild Thing Diehl," Tom "Bad A#@" Guidera, and Ted "Smokin T" Toscano.
The SWAMP DRIVERS are four professional musicians with redneck ingenuity that make high energy music with unique instruments like no other band in the U.S.A. with primordial drivin, rockin, high energy party music straight from the SWAMP!
I had the opportunity to see these guys play at the Deerfield Field days a couple of weeks ago and I was blown away! If you're sick and tired of the same old humdrum, here are a few upcoming opportunities to hear the unexampled sounds of The Swam Drivers!
Fri Jun 19, 2015 from 8:00pm-11:00pm @ RAY BROTHERS BBQ, Route 20, Bouckville
Sat Jun 20, 2015 from 9:00pm-1:00am @ Tony Harpers, Old Forge NY
Fri Jun 26, 2015 from 9:00pm-12:00am @ The Sunset Grill in Sylvan Beach
Just Jen and I talked about The Swamp Drivers this morning!