Terry 'MoJo' Johnson of The Swamp Drivers stopped by the studios and brought their new edition to the family. They named her the Hog-O-Caster, and she's a beauty. 

The Swamp Drivers: Musicians with redneck ingenuity that make high energy music with unique instruments like no other band in the USA.

  • John ( Mr. Blues ) Gillespie: Singer, Harp & Swamp Slide
  • Phil ( Wild Thang ) Diehl: Singing Garage Can Drummer
  • Tom (Badass) Guidera: Singer & Swamp Bass Player
  • Terry (Mojo) Johnson: Singer & Swamp Instruments & Sax

For those who don't know about The Swamp Drivers, they're a band that was recently hand picked by The Marshall Tucker Band to open for them at The Stanley Theatre and have been inducted into New York Blues Hall of Fame.

But the real kicker is they only play homemade instruments. It's their THING.  You name it, and they can turn it into a great sounding instrument. We're talking about frying pans, garbage pails, a hoe, a pitchfork, a shovel, hubcaps, even a plunger.

The newest addition to the family is the Hog-O-Caster. She's made out of Harley Davidson parts and sounds phenomenal. Along with this little lady is a new song titled 'Live To Ride.'

Next: The Swamp Drivers Six String Pitchfork Guitar

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