Premiere: New ‘Uncle Goo’ Song and album

Hotter than a double order of jalapeno hash browns, Garrett Carpenter (AKA Uncle Goo) has just unleashed a brand new tune titled “When I Die (Bury Me at the Waffle House)” – his second single from upcoming record, Cattywampus!!! – in stores everywhere October 15th via Gypsy Farm Records.

Carpenter says “When I die, don’t be sad.  Though you want to, don’t cry.  I’ll be gone but I’ll be here all the same.  I don’t want no one to spend a lot of money to honor me.  I don’t need no stone with my name.  When I die, bury me down at the Waffle house”.

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Waffle House C.E.O Walt Ehmer and upper management were unavailable for comment at press time however, top-ranking waitress “Miss Moselle” was quoted saying “Anyone that comes in here and mentions Uncle Goo’s new song will receive a bowl of Bert’s famous chili at full price”.

Uncle Goo’s new record “Cattywampus!!!” will be his second album to come out in less than one year, after January’s “Country Strange: Vol 1” saw Goo receive much deserved praise for his songwriting and a one-of-a-kind live performance at the oldest Strip Club in Georgia – The Clermont Lounge.

You can catch Uncle Goo & The Country Dragons live and in person one night only this October 25th at “Racks” (Formally Swamp Guinea) in Hartwell, GA.

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PREMIERE: “Trembling Rose” by The Haunted Head

“Conway Twitty came to me in a dream about 15 years ago and gave me this song” is how Pendleton, South Carolina’s Brant Duncan puts it – referring to his most recent recording at GF studio.

Brant first caught the attention of GFR with his previous band The Elegance (2008) before joining Carolina punk rockers Pine Tar Rage who had recently signed to Gypsy Farm Records.

“Trembling Rose” is Duncan’s first new material in years under the pseudonym “The Haunted Head” and we hear a familiar voice that any fan of The Elegance will find fits right in woven between blankets of Supro-FUZZ with piano and drums accompaniment.

Stream “Trembling Rose” via bandcamp below :