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Hayseed Dixie

Hayseed Dixie

American Appalachian band featuring John Wheeler (AKA "Barley Scotch") - singer, guitar & fiddle, Hippy Joe Hymas - mandolin/ guitar, Jake "Bakesnake" Byers - bass and Tim Carter - banjo.

Their forte is converting classic rock tracks (initially AC/DC - geddit?) into bluegrass and appalachian hoe-downs.

They released their debut album, "A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC" in 2001, followed by: "A Hillbilly Tribute to Mountain Love" (2002), "Kiss My Grass: A Hillbilly Tribute to Kiss" (2003), "Let There Be Rockgrass" (2004), "A Hot Piece of Grass" (2005), "Weapons of Grass Destruction" (2007), "No Covers" (2008), "Killer Grass" (2010), "Sjt. Munchs Drikkeklubb Band" (2011), "Nicotine and Alcohol" (2012), "Grasswhoopin' Party Pack, Vol.1/2" (2013), "Hair Down To My Grass" (2015), plus 2017's: "Free Your Mind and Your Grass Will Follow".

The Crescent Community Centre
York
The Liquid Rooms
Edinburgh
Saint Luke's Glasgow
Glasgow
Holmfirth Picturedrome
West Yorkshire
Wylam Brewery at Palace of Arts
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
The Rescue Rooms
Nottingham
The Horn Reborn
St. Albans
The Patti Pavilion
Swansea
The Fleece
Bristol
Phoenix Arts Centre
Exeter
The Factory
Barnstaple
The Rec Rooms
Horsham
The Crescent Community Centre
York
The Devils Arse/ Peak Cavern
Derbyshire
Whelan's
Dublin
The Belfast Empire Music Hall
Belfast
The Arts Club
Liverpool
The Garage/ Thousand Island/ The Grace
Highbury
Ropetackle Centre - Shoreham
Sussex
The Brook
Southampton
O2 Academy Leicester
Leicester
The Liquid Rooms
Edinburgh
Saint Luke's Glasgow
Glasgow
The Rescue Rooms
Nottingham
Brudenell Social
Leeds
Wylam Brewery at Palace of Arts
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Manchester Academy
Manchester
Holmfirth Picturedrome
West Yorkshire
Holmfirth Picturedrome
West Yorkshire
The Horn Reborn
St. Albans
Waterfront
Norwich
The Cambridge Junction
Cambridge
Wolverhampton Academy [formerly Starworks]
Wolverhampton
KK's Steel Mill
Wolverhampton
Sub89
Reading
O2 Academy Oxford
Oxford
The Fleece
Bristol
Tramshed
Cardiff
Saint Luke's Glasgow
Glasgow