The musicians in LEE BAINS III & The GLORY FIRES sing with Southern accents, because they speak with Southern accents. They sing about places called Birmingham and Opelika, because they were born and raised in and around places called Birmingham and Opelika. They don’t wear Depression-era clothing, and they don’t sing about picking cotton, or honky-tonks, or tractors. This is not country music. Really, it’s city music. It’s Southern, but it’s not the kind sold on TV. As much Wilson Pickett as Fugazi, as much the Stooges as the Allman Brothers, Birmingham, Alabama’s Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires have brought rock’n'roll to bear on their own experience and their own place.
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