The Dump Truck Dicky Band
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The Dump Truck Dicky Band

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Lead vocalist Bradley Smith brings not only the youngest age to this band but a fresh breath of air with a Southern aged voice and guitar style much of that of modern Country as well as the forefathers of this style of music. Justin McCorkle, son of Marshall Tucker Band founding member George McCorkle brings an unmistakable Southern blues and rock lead guitar sound and has had a guitar in his hand since he could say guitar. That accompanied with McCorkle's self developed, choppy rhythm style along with Southern Rock, Grunge, and Country influences bring a sound to this band that defines drive. Stephen Smith's love for Outlaw Country brings his loping, driving, bass sound to a head. When accompanied by Smith, McCorkle and Wood, his head long bass style is not only unconventional but unique and foot stompingly catchy. Travis Wood has had a drum stick in his hand as long as he could walk. His uncle's rock and roll influence along with Wood's funky driving style which was developed in his own right make him the perfect fit for holding down the time for this band. After much thought and debate the band has decided to bring on another member in the form of Will Hellams on lead and rhythm guitar. Will's Southern Rock and blues guitar style compliments the band, as well as being a fresh sound. Will has been playing guitar for many years and has shared the stage with Southern Rock ledgends such as Artimus Pyle, Jerry Eubanks, Jojo Billingsley, Rick Willis and Tommy Crain. Make no mistake, these boys are a rock and roll band and they will have you out of your seat jumping up and down to a sweet Southern sound. But they are as mellow as a Spring day and know how to pick out a sweet Southern tune that you can grab your girl and slow dance to. These boys are real people. They drive a beat up pickup truck to work every day. They love their Lord, their girl, their family, they drink beer in a corner bar. They love fast cars, 4 wheel drives, hunting, fishing, the sound of a good tree dog falling treed on a coon, or a big racked buck deer walking through the woods in a crisp winter breeze. They define the Southern American. They don't start trouble but don't duck and run. They respect people and fall back on their strong Southern upbringing. They enjoy their family, their music, God's creation, grandma's cooking on Sunday afternoon after church. They support our troops, our Country and most important God the Father and His son Jesus Christ. Most of all they are a good bunch of guys and are incredibly friendly