Published by July 29, 2010 5:25 pm Leave your thoughts

Driftwood has a rock n’ roll soul and a folk art mind.

Coming from a town not often recognized for music but predominantly for industry, being the home of Twilight Zone author Rod Serling and donning the title of the “Carousel Capital of the World”, it’s easy to wonder how this not-so-traditional string band came out of the Binghamton music scene. “What people don’t often realize is that bands like Old Crow Medicine Show, The Horseflies and The Highwoods String Band came out of this same area and had a huge influence on us”, says Forsyth. “We played a lot of old-time in the beginning and it was a huge part of our band learning to play music together”.

– from Driftwood.com

“Coming Down Sad”
“The Ballad of Sam Snooki”
“Turkey and the Straw”
“To Kill Ya”
“Working Mom’s Anthem”
“Walking Into the Sun”
“Cigarette Addiction”
“Wayfaring Stranger”
“Rock and Roll Heart”
“I’ve Got a Secret”
“City Gal”
“Road to Lisdoonvarna”/”Morrison’s Jig”

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