Release: Uncle Goo – “Cattywampus!!!”

Almost one year since the release of Uncle Goo’s debut album Country Strange, VOL 1 we are now excited to announce the premiere of his second album titled “Cattywampus!!!”.

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Recording commenced earlier this year directly after the release of Country Strange and carried on through the summer.

Two singles were leaked prior to this official release: “This Heat” b/w “When I Die (Bury Me at the Waffle House)“.

Both singles were welcomed with open arms by the community far and wide thanks in part to heavy rotation by local DJ “Porkchop” on 92.1 WLHR via “The Breakfast with Porkchop Show”

“While the first record was soaked knee-deep with an ‘outlaw’ country-sound,  Goo stressed that he wanted to go more into a ‘southern-country-rock” vibe on this effort and what we got is ‘Cattywampus!!!” – WJAY (GF correspondent) 

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Uncle Goo and his band (The Country Dragons) will be performing one-night-only in Hartwell, GA at RACK’S Lakeside Bar & Grill (formally Swamp Guinea) to celebrate the release.  The show is free and will begin at 8pm.

Stream and share “Cattywampus!!!” everywhere now!

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.

Stream and share “When I Die (Bury Me at the Waffle House)” via bandcamp:

 

 

 

 

 

Listen: “This Heat” by Uncle Goo

With 2019 well on it’s way to becoming one of the hottest years on record, we are plain jubilant with the announcement of a new song from the king of country strange – fittingly titled “This Heat”

“Creepy steel guitar and haunting vocals! I didn’t think it was possible to get chills because of a song about the heat.”
– WLHR radio host Michael “Porkchop” Branch 

 

“This Heat” debuted Friday morning on 92.1 WLHR radio in Lavonia, GA.

Stream and share Uncle Goo’s latest single via the bandcamp link:

 

 

 

 

https://gypsyfarmrecords.bandcamp.com/track/this-heat

Exclusive interview with Uncle Goo

Fresh off his debut [Country Strange Vol. 1] earlier this year, Uncle Goo is once again grinding out another batch of his famous country + western tunes.  His latest single “This Heat” is due out August 13th on Gypsy Farm Records.

Uncle Goo took a few moments away from his recent recording session at Gypsy Farm to dip into Shoal Creek and ponder on his living in Georgia as well as a favorite scene from the Johnny Cash bio-pic “Walk The Line”.

During the interview, Goo is joined by canine companions “Dash” and “Rufus” before giving a joyful rendition of Cash’s “Tennessee Stud” live from Shoal Creek.  Watch and share the full interview via youtube link below:

 

 

 

Uncle Goo’s new song “Mallory”

Just barely one month after releasing the local break-up anthem “I’m Tired” ordained captain of country strange Uncle Goo continues his momentum with the unveiling of an additional tune titled “Mallory” off of his upcoming 2019 EP.

“Right from the beginning ‘Mallory’ conveys a sense of waking up alone for a days work while the mind stays half-detached from reality and occupied on fonder moments as a thick fog of steel guitar weaves a hopeful outlook” – WJAY

Stay tuned for the release of other fine concoctions on all streaming platforms via Gypsy Farm Records in 2019.

Stream and share Uncle Goo’s “Mallory” below via bandcamp

Uncle Goo releases new song “I’m Tired”

Long-time GF recording artist and contributor Garrett Carpenter AKA “Uncle Goo” has interrupted his four year silence with today’s offering of a new song titled “I’m Tired”.

“It’s every bit tried, fried and tie dyed in a classic southern-twang made possible by Carpenter’s backing band met with his incredible voice that haunts from outlaw country’s past” – Sam (GF intern)

Stream and share the single below via bandcamp and youtube.