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3/1/12 NEW SINGLE: SVATA - now available for download!
         
'Svata' is based on an ancient Transylvanian gypsy folktale about the invention of music. In this story, the devil invents a musical instrument to woo a lost soul. He trades it for not only her soul, but those of her father, mother, and four sisters with which the instrument was constructed. Like a siren, the instrument enables the young girl to keep a lover under a spell. Greedy and shortsighted, the devil collects on both of their souls, and leaves the banjo behind. Years later, a wandering gypsy steps on a nail in the woods and uncovers the banjo under the leaves. As the home had long since rotted away, the banjo lay in remarkable condition because it had been made not of wood, but from the human bones of the young girl's family. Fascinated, the gypsy teaches himself to play it, and as the last line of the song goes, "Now he plays in the town and all laugh and cry at his command... yeah they laugh and cry at his command."
 

2/28/12 SHENANIGANS FROM THE LAST SHOW...in case you missed it.


 

1/26/12 NEW PRESS FROM THE TRIBUNE!
You have to wake up pretty early in the morning — and get pretty creative — to classify a band such as The Hipnecks, which sprinkles dashes of mainstream country flair, jam-band exuberance and bluegrass virtuosity through out its Southern-rock sound. So the band has embraced a term, borrowed from the press and kitchens of the Deep South, to describe its sonics — “jambalya.” With the group’s soaring, weathered harmonies, percussive backwoods stomps and vibrant, versatile string-band riffs, The Hipnecks — multi-instrumentalist Pat Kay, guitarist Zach Harrison, keyboardist Wes Wingate, bassist Bryan Kay and drummer Danny Carroll — often come across like musical cousins to another set of Missouri high-fliers: Ha Ha Tonka...   READ
 

The Hipnecks : Trainstops & Alleyways

1/1/12 FIRST 2012 SINGLE NOW ON SALE!

Trainstops & Alleyways is now available for download at the following fine interweb establishments:

                 







 





READ  COLUMBIA TRIBUNE, MISSOURI'S ABILITY TO REAP QUALITY ROOTS MUSIC,  Article By Aarik Danielsen, Jan 26, 2012.

READ  COLUMBIAMOSCENE.COM, SHOW REVIEW & PICS FOR BLUEBIRD FESTIVAL 10/17/09 AT THE BLUE NOTE, COLUMBIA MO,  Article By Sangeeta Shastry, Oct 18, 2009.

READ  JAMBASE.COM, ARTICLE WITH SHOW REVIEW FOR LOYAL EARTH DAY FESTIVAL 4/18/09 AT THE OLD ROCK HOUSE, ST. LOUIS MO,  Article By Neil Salsich, May 1, 2009.

READ  COMO MUSIC, SHOW REVIEW FOR 3/07/09 AT THE OUTLAND, SPRINGFIELD, MO,  Posted By Louie, March 8, 2009.

READ  MISSOURI LIFE, THE HIPNECKS,  Article By Mike Bostwick, February 1, 2009.
 

 

     

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