E.Z Shakes is a Small-town Illinois, raised on the sounds of heartland rock & roll, hard-hitting punk, and old-school country/gospel music. Over the course of two EPs and a pair of full-length albums, E.Z. Shakes have become one of South Carolina's most acclaimed musical exports — a band of amplified roots-rockers whose regional acclaim is steadily turning into a bigger, bolder movement. Their songs are grounded in epic Americana twang and dressed up with layers of shoegazing shimmer, swooning pedal steel, atmospheric guitars, and rolling reverb. It's a sound that's as wide-ranging as the group's own resume, with Seibert (vocals, guitar), Todd T. Hicks (pedal steel), John Furr (electric guitar), Stanford Gardner (percussion), and Jim Taylor (bass guitar) all cutting their teeth in other Carolina-based acts before banding together. Raised in a hippie Christians who bounced from church to church, searching for a congregation that suited their family's countercultural ideals. The experience left a mark on Seibert, who developed an appetite for diversity — in art, life, faith, and beyond — that he'd later put to use as E.Z. Shakes' raspy-voiced, genre-defying, storytelling frontman.
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