Anyone who bills himself as “the dirty old one man band” warrants some attention, but Scott H. Biram demands it. Raucous and rowdy in the best way possible, Biram’s rough mixture of blues, punk, and country is a force to be reckoned with. Armed with a 1959 Gibson acoustic guitar, Biram charges through his catalog while covering all of the classic country songwriting subjects - cheating, prison, and, of course, drinking. Biram is tentatively planning a run up the West Coast later this year, but until then, get your fix of the bastard son of Paul Westerberg and Hank Williams by watching his live session at KEXP from last November:
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