Good Ol' Country Railroad
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Good Ol' Country Railroad

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Apr
20
Good Ol' Country Railroad @ Safari Sam's

Los Angeles, California, USA

Los Angeles, California, USA

Apr
15
Good Ol' Country Railroad @ Safari Sam's "Brunch Americana"

Hollywood, California, USA

Hollywood, California, USA

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Good Ol' Country Railroad - self titled, self-released - available at CD Baby and I Tunes.

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Good Ol' Country Railroad began when commercial actor John Gloria did an open mic. performance of a song called "Arkansas" (about one man's unfortunate adversarial relationship with Bigfoot) at the Highland Grounds Coffee Shop in Los Angeles, California in 2001. For his second performance, actor and filmmaker Frank Gallegos joined Gloria on washboard, and the two integrated "peformance art" and spoken word elements into an act that was humorous and entertaining. The band picked up two new players (Parlow and Kinsella) soon after, and evolved into a 4-piece americana act (ala the music from the "OH Brother" soundtrack) featuring 2 guitars, washboard and harmonica and playing around the L.A. area with that line-up until 2004, when it picked up a drummer and bass player (Grant Langston of the Supermodels). The addition of the bottom end sent the band into a rock-and-roll direction, streamlining the experimental elements without losing the humorous and self-effacing qualities from it's roots. The current 6-piece that is G.O.C.R. features 3 songwriters, 4 lead vocalists, and plays a variety of mostly original songs covering the classic rock n' roll, country and blues genres.