Drunken Prayer


Drunken Prayer is whatever Morgan Geer says it is. In 2016 Geer toured solo internationally with Freakwater, and opened for The Handsome Family on the US West Coast with a three piece jazz ensemble. He’s currently recording an album in Asheville, NC and Portland, OR.
Morgan is also the current studio and touring guitar player for the aforementioned Bloodshot Records artists, Freakwater.
On Drunken Prayer’s latest effort, The Devil and The Blues (Fluff and Gravy Records), Geer leads another journey through America’s weird musical heritage. Just as tight, this record is rowdier than previous efforts due in large part to the rhythm section of Lance Wille and David Wayne Gay (Reigning Sound, Freakwater).  Adding to the drag-strip atmosphere, Dallas Good of The Sadies makes a cameo on the opening track appropriately named, “Hell Raiser“. The lyrics are as sweet as they are damning, offering a window into the mind of Morgan Geer. The view that it affords is at once unsettling and familiar.

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