Truth & Salvage Co.
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Truth & Salvage Co.

Black Mountain, North Carolina, United States

Black Mountain, North Carolina, United States
Band Americana Rock

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One of the Top 10 Buzz Bands to watch this summer. - USA Today


I CALLED MY EDITOR and told him that “I just saw the best new band in the country.” - The Beat


They sound as if they were each cut from one piece of cloth, the pair of scissors never stopping to pause, just snipping out the profile and adding all of the flare and trimmings as they go. - Daytrotter


4 1/2 STARS -- Truth and Salvage is an explosion of Americana and sweaty Rock-n-Roll that comes off more like a greatest hits album than a debut... set to become an instant classic. - Glide Magazine


"The feelings of joy and celebration revived in such easily enticing entries as 'Welcome To LA,' 'See Her,' 'Old Piano' and 'Jump the Ship' make the Truth & Salvage Co.'s self titled debut a tonic for troubled times. When they harmonize about the ecstasy of basking in true love, as in the old time revival of 'She Really Does It For Me' with its clap-along chorus, the effusive feelings are all but irresistible." - Blurt


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Still working on that hot first release.

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After beginning their career the way most bands only dream; opening an entire tour for The Black Crowes, Truth & Salvage Co have continued 2010 exactly as they ended 2009; brining their music to the masses.

This past year, T&S Co performed at some of the best festivals in country, including Bonnaroo, Stagecoach, Wakarusa, Beale Street, and High Sierra. They have appeared with acts such as The Avett Brothers and Govt Mule to standing ovations. Their song “Them Jeans” debuted on the ipad for GAP Jeans. And they wrapped up the summer with a performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

It seems that the only thing T&S Co has NOT done is show any signs of slowing down. Since they began touring in 2009 they have played for the troops in Iraq, performed just under 200 shows, crossed the Mississippi River 18 times, while racking up 75,000+ miles on the road.