Bush Hawg took the old-fashioned way to gain the attention of Music Row veteran Michael Knox...hard work and dedication. Michael believed in the band from day one, however, he felt that not all the pieces of the puzzle were quite there. That all changed when Michael introduced the band to a bad-ass, swampy Southern boy from Florida named Craig Hand. From the first time he took the mic, everyone knew they were on to something special. Now, with the guidance and management of Michael Knox, Bush Hawg is quickly making a name for themselves in Nashville and are the newest signing to the RCA record label.
Take the lyrical stylings of country music, the hard hitting guitars, drumming and energy of a rock group, mix in the traditional instrumentation of their Grand Ole' Opry heroes, add a few domestic beers, and you have the band Bush Hawg.
"Bush Hawg carries on the traditions of their outlaw heroes with pride and a new excitement somewhere between Hank Jr. and Guns-n-Roses, breaking down the barriers within the Nashville establishment with a sledgehammer and a 12 gauge."
A blend of backwoods, blue-collars, bar-fights and Bibles, wrapped in an American Flag and washed down with whiskey, you'll feel as if you've just been pistol whipped, then given a keg of beer to help ease the pain.