Eddie Spaghetti, singer and
bassist for veteran Seattle rockers the
Supersuckers, says he's not one to succumb
That said, he certainly isn't going to stand
around and let the press pigeonhole his band. Eddie and the Supersuckers, known for their
punk, Satan-inspired antics, recently proved that by throwing the media a curve ball with their
1997 release Must've Been High, a bona fide country album that confounded even their fans.
And they've done it again by teaming up with outlaw country-rock singer Steve Earle on their
latest album, Steve Earle & The Supersuckers (June 10).
"I don't see that much difference between good rock music and good country music," Spaghetti
told ATN. "It's all the same, simple chords only with slightly different ways of playing and
communicating them. I mean I think a lot of artists realize it, but fans see these lines that the
media draws to sell more albums, these different genres. Rap, country, rock, if it's a good song,