One of the most popular blues bands to emerge from the Pacific Northwest, Too Slim & the Taildraggers play a potent mix of blues and rock & roll, built around the guitar work of leader Tim "Too Slim" Langford. Favoring a lean, muscular sound that leaves plenty of room for Langford's guitar work, the group's approach is informed by blues-influenced rockers such as ZZ Top and Robin Trower as much as guitar heroes Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Too Slim & the Taildraggers first earned a loyal regional following in the state of Washington thanks to energetic live shows and albums such as 1995's Swamp Opera and 1997's Blues for EB. As the group's reputation grew, they won fans across the United States and Europe, and eventually relocated to Nashville, where albums such as 2011's Shiver and 2016's Blood Moon ...
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