Twister Alley

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Decades: 1990s
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The 90s country group Twister Alley come from Arkansas, USA, and are named after the tornadoes that sometimes hit the area. The group consists of Shellee Morris (vocals), Amy Hitt, Lance Blythe and Steve Goins (guitars), Randy Lloyd (bass) and Kevin King (drums). They started playing traditional country at Gilley’s but it soon developed into more high-energy country. Their techno-country single, the furiously paced ‘Dance’, was too outlandish for country radio, so they compromised with a revival of ‘Young Love’. Shellee Morris has said: ‘There isn’t anything else that sounds like what we’re doing. We want to take country music one step farther.’

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