NO RISK MONEY BACK GUARANTEE: WE'LL REFUND YOUR MONEY IF YOU DON'T LIKE OUR CD!!!! Some people worry that they aren't going anywhere. The G-Men, on the other hand, love being stuck in a rut! They may still be rocking that little roadhouse at the intersection of rockabilly, country, and rock and roll, but Grant, Guy, and Gymmy are sounding and playing better than ever. Their recipe may be familiar: a dollop of Eddie Cochran, a dab of Carl Perkins, a sprinkle of Johnny Cash, a handful of Jonathan Richman, a dash of Beat Farmers, and, yes, even a pinch of Mick Ronson, but the G-Men are no copy cats. They're true, blue originals working in a traditional genre. Musical fads may come and go, but 'simple, unadorned exuberance' is never out of style. Here's the skinny on the latest G-Men songs: The Best I Can In this case we think the bluesy cross-harp riff and the crunchy lead guitar came out pretty darned all right! Hot Rod Mama This isn't 'Race With The Devil,' and it's not 'Hot Rod Lincoln.' It's a song of unrequited love set to a rollicking rockabilly beat. Let's Rock and Roll Rock and roll aids in one's personal dealings and in affairs of national importance. It can even avert nuclear war! Listen in for the details! Turn On the Twirl An ode to Mike Lidskin and his radio show 'Twirl' on 'The Voice' out of Sacramento, CA. Mike is a great guy and his show is everything great radio used to be. White Collar Blues You don't have to be 'breaking rocks in the hot sun' to feel as though you're stuck in a dead-end job. Sitting behind his desk in a shirt and tie Mr. Charlie also can get the blues!