Trent Summar: Trent Summar and the New Row Mob

Trent Summar still works his day job dealing architectural salvage and junk. He drives a 1974 F-250 Ford camper truck that he describes as the color of a "Manwich". Summar’s the real deal, and his self-titled release proves it. The music is straight ahead country rock, influenced by the créme de la créme of country music, from Hank Williams to George Jones. Summar’s original songs explore a Tennessee suburban, rural working class reality. They’re fun too.
Trent Summar and the New Row Mob
Released: 8/22/2000
Label: No Label
Genre: Country
All Trent Summar profiles…
Tennessee Suburbia
What’s above-ground swimming pool country?
I’m Country
Trent Summar’s version of "Thank God I’m a Country Boy!"…with attitude…thank God.
Metal, Glass and Wood
Rejected demo tapes and architectural salvage inspire two great songs.
Influences
Country stalwarts George Jones and Roger Miller are Summar’s inspirations.
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