STRAHAN AND THE GOOD NEIGHBORS



To put it simply, Doug Strahan and his band Strahan And The Good Neighbors are an American Band or, if you're into the whole sub-genre thing, then call it American Old School.  It's funky but it isn't funk; there's country, soul, and blues in there, but it isn't any of these; it's American, but it's not Americana.  Like the favorite bands from the 60s and 70s, they’re steeped in old school American music, but they’ve evolved into something all their own.

"WAYLON WOULD NOT HAVE DONE IT THIS WAY, BUT HE WOULD HAVE APPROVED." - AUSTIN CHRONICLE
 

STRAHAN AND THE GOOD NEIGHBORS
SAMPLE SONG LIST

 

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Chuck Berry:
Memphis
Maybellene

Johnny Cash:
I Still Miss Someone
Folsom Prison Blues

Bob Dylan:
Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You
It's All Over Now Baby Blue

George Jones:
Bartender Blues
White Lightnin’
The Grand Tour

Merle Haggard:
That's The Way Love Goes
Mama Tried
Bottle Let Me Down
Swinging Doors

Luther Ingram:
If Loving You Is Wrong

Waylon Jennings:
Ain't Living Long
Lonesome, Onry, And Mean
Waymore Blues
Good Hearted Woman
High Time You Quit
I'll Be A Longtime Gone
T For Texas

Roger Miller:
Little Green Apples

Willie Nelson:
Mr. Record Man
Shotgun Willie
Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
Bloody Mary Morning
I Still Can't Believe You're Gone
Local Memory
I Just Destroyed The World

Carl Perkins:
Power In My Soul

Charlie Rich:
Little Ups And Downs
Sitting And Thinking

Rolling Stones:
Dead Flowers
It's All Over Now
Stray Cat Blues

Gary Stewart:
Drinking Thing
Out Of Hand
Broken Hearted People
Empty Glass
Back Slider's Wine
I See The Want To In Your Eyes

Gene Watson:
I've Got No Reason

Hank Williams, Jr:
Outlaw Women

Bill Withers:
Grandma's Hands

Townes Van Zandt:
No Place To Fall
Pancho & Lefty
White Freight Liner
Rex's Blues

 ZZ Top:
Thunderbird

Dark End Of The Street - James Carr
Manic Depression - Jimi Hendrix
They Call Me The Breeze - JJ Cale / Lynyrd Skynyrd
Can't You See - Marshall Tucker

Doug Strahan and the Good Neighbors also play original Texas Music that is funky and rooted in classic country - Funky Tonk!