Rosco Caine's music is a solid fusion of the past and the present. From the birthplace of real Southern Rock, Jacksonville, Florda, these boys have been blowing up their market. They don't call their music 'Southern Rock', other people do. Staying with a similar tone and attitude as the bands that created a genre, yet all of their music possesses a 'freshness' that exposes their many influences. They call their music 'Swamp Rock' because it contains a darkness and a broody nature, indicative of the area from where these boys hail. Intelligent lyrics mixed with a solid hooky sensibility. This album will take you to a dark place, yet it conveys an optimism, that we all need these days. Down-home, all-American, homestyle music. This album is the first studio outing from Rosco Caine. From the crowd favorites, Bad, Bad Place and Way To Go, to the moody, yet powerful Between You And Me and In Chains, this may be the best album you've never heard.