Local Band Alert: Huckleberry Road Blends Country and Rock’n’Roll

Image: Courtesy, Huckleberry Road.
Image: Courtesy, Huckleberry Road.

Huckleberry road interview by Rory Dowd, as answered by Anthony Varietta

1. How did you get started and who are your fans?

Robert and I started playing together in 2002 after meeting at a coffee shop open mic and have been writing and playing together ever since. Our fans are anyone that loves country fried rockin’ tunes. As well as heartfelt acoustic songs. We try to apply and write a little something for everyone.

2. How would you describe your sound and style?

Our sound and style… hmmm I mean we’re a little bit country and a little bit rock n roll. We’ll go from a good ole ballad right into ripping rockin’ guitar solos. We really just write what flows out of us.

3. Who are you most inspired by?

There are so many inspirations out there for us. Our family our friends, there’s so much cool music out there to dive into it’s hard to pinpoint that, but lately, I’d say Chris Stapleton and The Steel Woods has had a bit of influence lately.

4. Where do you see yourself in five years?

We’d love to see ourselves on the road and recording music for as long as this crazy ride will take us.

5. How can people get a hold of you?

You can find us on Facebook “huckleberryroadmusic” and on Instagram “huckleberryroadmusic”

Rory Dowd
About Rory Dowd 15 Articles
Rory Dowd is a contributing writer for This Is Reno. He is a producer and co-host for the Worst Little Podcast, booking manager at Dead Ringer Analog Bar and on the Board of Directors at Good Luck Macbeth Theater Company. He is also an accomplished performer and emcee, including singing and playing bass for One Ton Dually, a contemporary Reno rock band.

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