Earl Guthrie & the Boxwine Prophets hail from the state of Kentucky. More so the city of Louisville by way of Richmond. The band brings an eclectic mix to their music that provides something for all listeners. Styles range from straight ahead rock and roll to country/blues steeped in a New Orleans style gumbo. The Boxwine Prophets have been together nearly 10 years in some form or fashion. In the past, Earl Guthrie has played alongside members of the Prophets in different collaborations. But when the time came to make an album, there was only one band that could truly adhere to Guthrie's songwriting. The album boasts an all star line-up of musicians. Besides Earl Guthrie and Prophet members Steve Sturgill, Chet Surgener, and Kevin Gilbert, the album contains members of the Kentucky based '23 String Band'. Scott Moore on fiddle, Dave Howard on mandolin, and Curt Wilson on banjo. Also, the talents of Joshua Collins, from the Vessel (KY), are showcased on the piano. The record also highlights the wonderful pedal steel playing of Louisville musician, Neil Hulsewede. And special appearances on horns by Ryan Stiles and Murf Adams, from the band 'Fat Box'. And finally, Louisville musician/recording artist, Alanna Fugate helped out with some fine backing vocals on two songs. The album was recorded at Electric Taterland Studios in Louisville, KY. It was mixed and mastered by David Barrick at Barrick Recording Studios in Glasgow, KY. Make sure you catch these guys when they come to your town. You will not be disappointed.