In 2003 a new sound sprang up in the Rust Belt; a raucous,
down-and-dirty sound, an intoxicating and gritty sound that
pulled people in droves to dance floors across the Midwest.
That new sound was the bluesy, upbeat, country-fried rock
‘n’ roll of The Spikdrivers. Front man Jesse Henry’s
unique and down-home song writing meets the electrified
ruckus and wild precision of the backing band simiilar to
what might have been if Louis Prima had led The Band.
The band has four studio albums and three live records that
brought their songs into the hearts and ears of listeners
across the United States. The Spikedrivers can grab hold of
an audience and turn them instantly to avid fans.