The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band jams bodacious funkabilly dubstep

Ya'll remember Donny and Marie Osmond? You're trying to forget? So, who isn't--play along. The brother-sister duo "I'm a little bit country and I'm a little bit rock and roll" posed a musical dilemma that singers have been dancing around for decades. What the heck kind of music do fans play anyway? How do you classify it?

Nowadays, it's cool to genre-bend. But back in the good ole days, you didn't dare. If fans came for country, that's what you served. None of this shilly-shallying "cross-over" stuff. Some people also walked to school barefoot in 6 foot snow drifts and said "thank you ma'am" for the chance. Yada, yada. Times change and now alternative (the catch-all for genre-benders) is in. Poking around WYCE always lends some fresh from the oven music with lost of alt-crossover flavahs. Today's band focus is The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band and does this husband and wife trio (don't ask, don't judge) jam some bodacious funkabilly!