Shane Graybill and Paul Lambert, singer and drummer for The Grim Wilderness, a “psych-blues” band with strong ties to progressive rock from the ’60s and current day, explain what it is that gives their sound such maturity despite only playing together for about six months. The band comes to The Lancast representing Stevens, PA, on the outer reaches of Lancaster County.

As soon as we heard the music these guys make, we had to have them on the show to kick of 2011 with a band. We’re sure you’ll love the music and the conversation.

This episode includes two of their tracks, “Soul Eyes” and “Beauty of Addiction,” which you can also hear and download from ReverbNation.

Support for this episode provided by
Pennsylvania College of Art and Design.

Theme music: Invisible Walls by Revolution Void

The Grim Wilderness was voted favorite guest of 2011 by our listeners!