PovertyNeck Hillbillies

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Hailing from an area of Pennsylvania known more for polkas than for country music, PovertyNeck Hillbillies made quite a radio splash in their native Pittsburgh environs, with their distinctive first single “Mr. Right Now.” Their self-titled debut CD is a decent first effort, with several good songs, such as “One Night in New Orleans.” But while the record does a great job of capturing the seven-piece band’s live appeal, there may not be the potential radio smashes on the inaugural PNH outing to get nationwide airplay.

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