In every style of music there comes along a band that goes against the grain. With the release of their sophomore album, Bourbon & Gasoline, Toronto, Canada’s own Doghouse Rose have created a sound that’s been described as “Country-Rockabilly-Pop-Punk-Trash” or what they call Rebel Country. Drawing influences from delta blues, old school country, punk and psychobilly they can be considered country’s newest punk rockers.
Known for their hard-hitting, booze-infused and often acrobatic live performances, they have garnered attention on a global scale. In just 4 years of carving out their own path on the road, they have toured both Europe and Canada several times over, playing everywhere from maximum security prisons, honky tonks, festivals, and dive bars. Along the way they've had opportunities opening for and touring with Supersuckers, Michale Graves, The 69 Cats, The Creepshow, The Mahones, Sir Psyko and his Monsters, White Cowbell Oklahoma among others.
This sweaty and trashy, dark and broody yet somehow wholesome foursome of whiskey loving rebels will have you line dancing one minute and moshing the next. They are the alternative to the alternative with no signs of slowing down. Its what they live for. Welcome to Rebel County.