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Trigger Hippy

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“We’ve come Full Circle & Then Some,” goes the chorus to the title track of Trigger Hippy’s sophomore album, and it’s the perfect description of the long road these experienced musicians have traveled to harness their collective roots – from country, Delta blues, R&B and gospel to Southern rock and funk.
Trigger Hippy features co-founders, Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman and songwriter bassist Nick Govrik along with multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Ed Jurdi (The Band Of Heathens) and vocalist/sax player Amber Woodhouse joining Gorman and Govrik to round the current line-up.   The album boasts some of the city’s finest musicians, including Willie Nelson harp player Mickey Raphael, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit’s guitarist Sadler Vaden, guitarist/mandolin player Guthrie Trapp, London-born pedal steel player Spencer Cullum, and guitarist Sol Philcox-Littlefield, among others.  
In 2014, joined by singer Joan Osborne and guitarist Jackie Greene, the band released its debut on Rounder Records, taking a “let’s see what happens” approach. Says Gorman: “Nick and I always pushed for more of a commitment to become a functioning, full-time band, but everyone had their own things going on, which made it difficult to keep that lineup together. We always had a vision and an idea of what we wanted to do. ”We took our time—we knew the chemistry had to be right. With Ed, we found our new direction right away and when Amber came along, we knew we’d found the final piece.”  

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