Nashville Pussy is a band who hail from Atlanta, GA deep in the heart of "the BBQ Nation" and sound like AC/DC slap boxing with Lynyrd Skynyrd while Motorhead watches. They were formed by the husband and wife duo of Blaine Cartwright and Ruyter Suys and were born out of the ashes of Blaine's former band Nine Pound Hammer back in 1997. In fact Blaine met Ruyter and original bassist Corey Parks at Nine Pound Hammer gigs. Since then they have played over 1,000 gigs in 40 different countries, gathered a Grammy nomination, and have toured with Motorhead, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Slayer and a host of other heroes who've became instant fans.
They have weathered numerous labels, trends and bass players. And, when counted out, have consistently pulled off resurrections that make Jesus look like a rank amateur. The 16 studio tracks from Ten Years of Pussy are taken from the band's three SPV releases. The most recent, 2014's Up The Dosage, has been called Nashville Pussy's Back In Black. From Hell To Texas, the band's 2009 effort, was recorded at Willie Nelson's studio in Texas and features the band's strongest songwriting. And Get Some from 2005, was both their first SPV release and first collaboration with Daniel Rey, and has more hooks than a hillbilly's tackle box.
Put on Ten Years of Pussy and celebrate the band's recent past while looking forward to rocking with them in the near future.