Drive-By Truckers On an Upswing With New Country Soul Record

from the Journal Star on

The last time the Drive-By Truckers came to Nebraska, they were at Qwest Center Omaha opening for Tom Petty.

"It was great getting to play with one of our favorite artists, and we got to play those big halls," said Truckers guitarist Mike Cooley. "We got to check out what that's like. It's very different. Where we're standing and what we're doing is no different, the guitar still has six strings. But the room gets bigger and you stay the same size. ... It's definitely different than playing a place with 1,000 people. I'd like to think that can be a regular thing. You've got to hold out hope, even at my age."

For now, however, the Truckers are back in the clubs, including Omaha's Slowdown, where they'll stop Sunday. Look for that show to fill Slowdown for the resurgent Truckers.

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