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The Mud The Blood and The Beer-released in 2007 (8 song CD)several radio stations have our Cd and has been played on KKRL out of Carroll, Ia



From a trailer park in Ankeny in 2003 to the bright lights of Madrid, Iowa; a hillbilly band was created and thus was called "Clutterbilly"......... The Hillbillies spend alot of time together and are like a family........ We have cousin Adam on lead vocals, father Rick on bass guitar, Brother Shannon on drums and the biggest hillbilly of all, Brad, on lead guitar......... Together they have a helluva time and have one thing in common, their love of music and performing for people............

Adam remembers growing up listening to most of his family pick and play good ole' country music and it hasn't left his heart since. He is very proud to have the chance to carry on the family tradition and be able to put some kind of beat in everyone's heart. "My only dream is to make people think and realize that you only get one shot at life so live it up and do unto others as you would want them to do to you!!!!!!"

Shannon always wanted to be a drummer. "My dreams came true in 1985 after I got my first drumset." He started out in hard rock bands and in 1995 he joined a country band and started getting some good paying gigs. "I've stuck to Country ever since and now I feel I am in the BEST country band in Iowa. That is CLUTTERBILLY. "

Rick said he started playing guitar in 5th grade. He played in a band in high school and took a leave of absence from the music scene for awhile. He hooked back up with the music in 2000 w/a new band and has since joined the forces w/Clutterbilly as our new bass player.

Brad is the lead guitar player and founder of Clutterbilly who has known music his whole life. "My daddy used to play his guitar and sing to me when I wouldn't fall asleep as a baby. A workaholic and a hard driven attitude for myself and everyone in the band makes me the hillbilly I am today."

Along the way we have met many friends that have supported us and hung w/us around the campfires, river beds and at street dances.......... Without them we are nothing but a bunch of hillbillies.......... Thanks to all of our current friends and those friends we have yet to meet.........

Hope to see you around sometime........ Maybe by the lake or river, a local campground or just on the street...........