A musical force from the moss-draped Old South, The Train Wrecks are a hard-working band of songwriters and performers who love nothing more than good songs and a good show. They deliver a dynamic, original blend of Americana- ranging from outlaw alt-country and bluegrass to rootsy rock and beyond, all with a distinctive Southern swagger.
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“A soulful band from Savannah, they have been slingin’ the western swing for years, and don’t show any signs of slowin’ up or takin’ it easy. Both of their albums are well worth your time whether you’re naked on a hotel room floor or your soul is as worn thin as a porch swing at a whorehouse. Whiskey and War features a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “The Ghost of Tom Joad” that will put a shiver in your quiver…. But it is their live show you must not miss.”- David Paul Kleinman, Contributor for AltDaily.com
“One admirable thing about this album is that it keeps you guessing. You can’t say that The Train Wrecks has a signature sound because every song is a little bit different. From the romps “We Roll On” and “Reverend’s Jacket” to the the honky-tonk sound of “Went Out Ridin'”, the band covers a lot of ground musically. The constant is the songwriting and storytelling in the songs.”- Gary Schwind, Contributor for axs.com
Citizens-Times June 21, 2016 On a late November night in 2014, Americana quartet The Accomplices were among the artists from across Savannah who gathered at the city’s revered Lucas Theatre for a musical tribute to The Band. Energized from the experience and wanting to organize their own similar show, the opportunity arose a little over a year later in conjunction with the opening of the new Tybee Post Theater — and guitarist and vocalist Matt Eckstine... Read More...