Rockhouse Ramblers are a St. Louis alt-country band that performs a mix of classic country, hillbilly boogie, and rockabilly. The group, which began largely as a cover band, is sort of an all-star outfit consisting of present and former members of some of St. Louis' best roots acts. It features Dade Farrar (formerly of One Fell Swoop and brother of alt-country patriarch Jay Farrar), Kip Loui (of the roots pop band Belle Starr), John Horton (guitarist for Mike Ireland & Holler), Gary Hunt (roots music veteran and member of the bluegrass band the Hayshakers), and Danny Kathriner (drummer and lead vocalist/songwriter for the band Wagon). Their Hayden's Ferry release Bar Time hit the shelves in 2000.
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