Adam Lee and the Dead Horse Sound Company on whiskey, women, and the beauty of lap steel
November 12, 2010 at 10:51AM
Early on a Tuesday night, dressed like they just stepped off a plane from Marlboro Country, Adam Lee and Johnny Kenepaske, of Adam Lee and the Dead Horse Sound Company, stride into Chez Charlie's in midtown to discuss their second full-length release, When the Spirits Move Me. It's a honky-tonk-heavy album that celebrates whiskey, women and the beauty of lap steel. The Pitch: Are all the songs about drinking?