Gasoline Lollipops are the soundtrack of the American highway. They'll keep your eyes open and your foot stompin' holes through the floorboard.
Gasoline Lollipops are an alt country/roots rock quartet from the mountains of Northern Colorado that are the soundtrack of the American highway. From the swampy nether reaches of the dirty south, to the pristine peaks of the Rocky Mountains, the Gas Pops will keep your eyes open, and your foot stompin' holes through the floorboard.
As you pass through the lowlands of Tennessee, you'll hear barn dances scatter across the fields, while on the planes of Eastern Colorado, you'll be haunted by murder ballads and love lost. This is the canvas that the Gasoline Lollipops paint so well. One inclusive of the world outside the window, one that not only gives fuel and speed to your journey, but also the lonesome wind that howls through your window, and howls long after you're gone. But gone you should be; there's a barn dance raging somewhere, and you've gotta keep moving.
Artists We Like: The Widow's Bane, Gregory Alan Isakov, Danny Shafer, Grant Farm, Halden Wofford and the Hi-Beams, The Deadwood Saints, The Lumineers, Brandie Carlile
Influences: Townes Van Zandt; Neil Young; Bob Dylan; Leonard Cohen; Bruce Springsteen; Johnny Cash; Van Morrison; Bad Religion; Dire Straits; Steve Earle; The Beatles; Wilco; Sun Volt; Willie Nelson; Howlin' Wolf; etc. etc.