Wayne “The Train” Hancock‘s music brings you back to a time of honky-tonk jukeboxes and crackling AM radios. His unique brand of hillbilly boogie is so authentic, it’s hard to believe that his first album “Thunderstorms and Neon Signs” came out in 1995. But he’s been bringing that classic juke-joint sound from town to town for all of us that are sick and tired of the glossy, stadium pop that passes for country music these days.
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