They were alt-country before alt-country. By the time that became a buzz term in the mid-nineties, Jr. Gone Wild had a legendary career, and called it a day. Over 25 years later, the Alberta music scene remains impacted by the band’s work.
The cow-punk trailblazers are back with their first album in 25 years, Still Got The Jacket. On this episode, Grant Stovel talks with fellow Alberta alt-country icon Corb Lund, Stony Plain Records founder Holger Petersen, and Jr. Gone Wild’s Mike McDonald about the band’s incredible legacy and exciting future.
The Hidden Track podcast is presented by Bent Stick Brewing‘s Hidden Track Citra Lager.
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