ANGELS AND INBREDS

IS IT EARL C. WHITEHEAD AND THE GRIEVOUS ANGELS OR IS IT THE INBREDS? YES TO BOTH.

Bloodshot Records, an alternative country label, helped to promote the tour. Bloodshot's also putting two Grievous/Inbreds songs (one from each band) on the label's Hellbent compilation, to be released next month. The disc will give the Grievous gang a chance to pluck its stuff alongside similar acts like the Starkweathers from Kansas City, the Eleanor Roosevelts out of St. Louis and Dallas faves The Old 97s.

There's apparently quite a posse of country-fed bands lining up on the surrounding hills. The Angels and the Inbreds plan on saddling up with 'em.

"I've seen in trade magazines where they've come up with a category that includes everything from Mary Chapin Carpenter to Waylon Jennings to Tom Petty," says Henzerling. "It's called 'Americana.' They even have a chart for it. I don't want to be called 'Americana,' but it seems to make the most sense."

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"People who go for contemporary country music probably consider us outdated," says Sepulveda. "But to us, this kind of music can't be outdated. It's always going to be cool.

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