The Trashcan Bandits are a four piece swampgrass band hailing from hills of Fayetteville, Arkansas. The music "swampgrass" dwells somewhere between Americana, Delta Blues, Jazz, and even Punk. It consists of deep lead vocals, jazzy guitar riffs, ripping clarinet, trumpet and mandolin melodies, with bass and drum beats that take you to another place. Don't just take their word for it; give their music a listen and find out for yourself!

Photo by Brandon Otto Photography 

Review of Album:
A press review of our current album, The Righteous and the Wicked available online.
" The Trashcan Bandits' name speaks of their light-hearted approach to life  though the title of their first release, The Righteous and the Wicked. The The bards in this Fayetteville-based band are Dane "Gumbo" Gamble on guitar; Patti "Steel" Richardson clarinet, mandolin, and spoons; Ed Cheek on bass and trumpet; and Nicholas Clark on drums, banjo, and glock. They all sing. Matt Beach adds trombone on "Make Me Wholly".  Vocals on most of the album growl alongin a Tom Waits sort of sing speak (Queen of Hearts', "Woke Up this Morning") and a gypsy jazz beat (Devil's Gold", "Hold On"), moving between heavy heavy waltz and straight time (Brown Bear House"). The vocals brings thoughts of pirates ("All for me Grogg"), roaming ("On my Parents Back Porch, Make Me Wholly") and wooden, dusky drinking halls ("What do you do with a Drunken Sailor?"). The rousing Flogging Molly-type anthem ("We Sing") possesses a touch of foot-stomping, beer-spilling Irish drinking music. Grab your copy from the Bandits..." 
~Dana Waters, The Currentland.