The Monroes (named after the father of bluegrass, Bill Monroe) formed shortly after Davis’ last project, D Is for Dragster, took its last checkered flag. D’s demise was sparked by the move of legendary Omaha drummer Joe Kobjerowski (who had also been in Frontier Trust) to Portland. Joined by Lincoln Dickison (of Columbia, MO band Product 19), Mike Tulis (Fullblown) and Jesse Render (Lux-o-Values). A true Midwestern powerhouse outfit.
The Monroes - Kiss Your Elbow Goodbye
The return of the tractor sound, this time available in heavy duty format. The death of Bill Monroe spurs Gary out of retirement to triumph the farm boy pastime of terrace jumping ("Kiss your Elbow") and warn of the dangers of corporate farming with the...