In the mid to late '90s, the Raleigh, NC-based 6 String Drag stood out as pioneers of the nascent alt-country movement, grinding it out in the clubs alongside Whiskeytown, Drive-By Truckers and Son Volt. The band's Steve Earle-produced album, High Hat (1997), remains an undisputed classic. High Hat has been out of print for years and up until now, never available on vinyl. Schoolkids Records proudly reissues the alt-country classic with its first ever LP pressing which includes a download code of the remastered album and a bonus track. This is a must have for all alt-country and Americana fans worldwide as it's considered one of the best alt-country albums of all time. After a 16-year hiatus, 6 String Drag reunited in 2014 and played a handful of reunion shows. This led to more shows and 2015's Roots Rock N Roll. The band is currently finishing up the recording of their fourth studio album, Top of The World.