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"It's a good rock album augmented by country flourishes and the deft use of pedal-steel guitar. Vanderbuilte embraces their influences, but never succumbs to them. In other words, you may hear echoes of the Rolling Stones and Gram Parson's, but it's all Vanderbuilte music. The restless spirit of "Going Home" is indicative of his search for home and the fact he knows no matter where he is, home will always be somewhere else." Richie Tipton-Lincoln Standard - Lincoln Standard

“Going Home” sounds like a nostalgic name for a record, but Vanderbuilte singer-songwriter Nathaniel Boggess seems to be looking ahead and not behind. The former West Virginian seems right at home in the Northwest’s rough and tumble alt-country scene, alongside folks like Mike D and Thee Loyal Bastards and Seattle’s Old Man Winter, who are sharing the bill tonight.

If you like your country music flavored with blues and rock, sprinkled with regret but not entirely sorry about the decisions made along the way (only the damage that they’ve done), then be sure to check out this promising young band of bandits. ~Barbara Mitchell - Can't remember... something in Multnomah county


Full Length to come out in August/sept. on newly formed BLUE DEATH Records.



Vanderuilte hails from the hollers of Lincoln Co., West Virginia. This Appalachian expatriate found himself in Portland, Oregon by way of chance in the middle of 2002. Vanderbuilte was born 2003 out of necessity. In the beginning it was a one-man drunken revelry, alternating between hysterical accapella gospel hymns and guttural death blues banged out on his guitar between gulps of gin and soda. Somewhere along the way Vanderbuilte became a full-fledged country rock band. The same sweet longing for home and cries for forgiveness are now robed in rhythm, rock, country and blues.