The HORSE EYED MEN play disgruntled roots and country with new shoots for old bumpkins. One part storytelling, two dashes itchy twang, three times good music to feel bad two, and bardic poems thrown in four boots.
A 19th century horse watches His man as he plows deeper into the 21st century. The songs have carried their singers by station wagon, jet plane, and motorcycle side car from the high Prussians of Berlin, Germany to the beautiful hills of Vermont to the Nude American Desert of Texarkansalvanyia to the Newport Folk Festival. If you would like to learn more, read below about where they really come from.