State Line Mob

Phillip & Dana
Crunk

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State Line Mob was formed out of Muscle Shoals,Al in 2007 by vocalist & songwriters, Phillip Crunk & Dana Crunk. The duo released their debut album "Ruckus" to the world, & left many saying early in 2008,that they would have the best album of the year as a new artist ,as well as having the best Southern Rock album since Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Street Survivors" way back in 1977.To S.L.M., those were great compliments to have been given to them.At the end of 2008, they won two Muscle Shoals Music Awards for Best new artist of the year & for Best new album of the year! They even went as far as performing several shows throughout the year with one of Lynyrd Skynyrd's own,Jo Jo Billingsley "original Honkette backup singer". In 2011, the group took time off while the duo recovered from serious injuries they sustained from separate accidents.The duo re- grouped in early 2014 with new band members out of the Birmingham,Al area.State Line Mob has been playing throughout the Summer & is open for bookings now & in the future. Phillip is continuing to write new music.When you come to see this band live, your treating yourself to show where you can let loose & expect to have fun while listening to some great tunes, whether it's songs off of their Ruckus album or music they've chosen to perform that has influenced them along their music paths.
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Phillip & Dana
Crunk

Muscle Shoals
,
AL
When you think of modern day southern rock n roll, the band that's going to come to everyone’s mind is, State Line Mob.Their bluesy-country southern rock, guitar weaving line-up is a Southern image that’s hard to forget.State Line Mob was formed in 2007 by vocalists/songwriters Phillip Crunk and Dana Crunk.They both previously played for years in different bands, while cutting their teeth in some of the south’s most dangerous and run down honkytonk-taverns, where they learned the true meaning of southern grit and tough determination. At the time they formed the State Line Mob, the two were playing for tips and free moonshine & beer at a dive surrounded by a swamp in Northwest Alabama, with no roads leading out but one, a dirt road that they plan on following straight to the top. Their name "State Line Mob" came from a real Dixie-crime organization that existed on the Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee border that operated illegal gambling halls and whiskey distilleries, amongst other numerous criminal activities, in the backwoods of these great states before being run out by Sheriff Buford Pusser and his posse back in the 60's & 70's era. The band will not comment on whether the State Line Mob still exists or whether they have any affiliation with this underground organization. The band performed in 2008 for the 20th Anniversary Buford Pusser Festival in his honor. State Line Mob released their debut album "Ruckus" to the world, & left many saying early in 2008,that they would have the best album of the year as well as having the best Southern Rock album since Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Street Survivors" way back in 1977.To S.L.M., those were great compliments to have been given to them.At the end of 2008, they proved it by winning two Muscle Shoals Music Awards for Best new artist of the year & for Best new country album of the year!They even went as far as performing several shows throughout the year with one of Lynyrd Skynyrd's own, Jo Jo Billingsley an original "Honkette" backup singer. If you think this is all hyperbole, then just listen to the album. The band's southern rock & country outlaw sound is updated for this decade & era while leaders Phillip Crunk and Dana Crunk trade off on vocals and sing for you southern harmony.

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