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The Wallace Brothers Band performs true country music. They strive to innovate the genre while remaining loyal to traditions. Whether it's train beats, blazing-fast telecaster and pedal steel guitar solos, clever and poetic lyrics, 3 part harmony, two-stepping, couples dancing, honky-tonkin', hippies twirling, lyin', cheatin'... whatever your heart desires, you will find it at a Wallace Brothers show. No two shows are the same, every show is a one-of-a-kind unique experience. The band has racked up over 2,500 shows in their career, among those, sharing the stage with legends such as Ricky Skaggs, Whitey Morgan, Cody Jinks, Jon Fishman of Phish, Robert Hunter of The Grateful Dead, David Bromberg, Junior Brown, Mickey and Claude of WEEN, Evan Dando of The Lemonheads, Shooter Jennings, Rusted Root, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Leon Rhodes of Ernest Tubb and The Texas Troubadours, and many, many more. Additionally, they've received excellent reviews in publications such as The Philadelphia Weekly, JUMP magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and more.
"Every time The Wallace Brothers are playing nearby, I haul my ass down and allow my senses to be pampered with some of the greatest music humankind ever produced, performed by some of the most talented players I've ever heard. The Wallace Brothers are a total delight!" - Claude Coleman Jr., drummer, WEEN
"The Wallace Brothers Band have dedicated themselves to the authenticity of traditional honkytonk music. Philly is better for that." - Jesse Lundy, Concert Promoter, Point Entertainment, Talent Buyer/Philadelphia Folk Festival
"With a sound that falls somewhere in the murky alt-country camp, The Wallace Brothers Band certainly knows how to keep a crowd entertained. Their past showcases have had enough sweet harmonizing, guitar twanging and whiskey shots to make even the staunchest flannel-wearing hillbilly proud. Plus, the get all those diversity points that city-dwellers seem to covet so much." - Max Ufberg, The Philadelphia Weekly
“The Wallace Brothers created this outlet, this consistent place to play for country bands,” Clemmer says. “Out in the suburbs, you hear the word ‘country’ and it can take on several meanings and can be traditional or the mainstream you hear on the radio. At Country Night at Bob and Barbara’s, you know what you’re gonna get. It’s gonna be authentic, folky and bluegrassy. I don’t know of anyone else doing anything like this. Especially in a city like Philadelphia, country can be few and far between, but they’ve been able to shine a light on it.” - Dave Miniaci, JUMP MAGAZINE
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