Back in 1971 a short-lived band out of Nashville, TN, by the name of Riley, pressed up 500 copies of their self-released LP, Grandma’s Roadhouse. Nearly 40 years later Delmore Recordings has dusted off and reissued the album for its second wind. An exercise in the kind of “country rock” that was beginning to take hold across the country, having blazed a trail out West, Grandma’s Roadhouse is like a postcard from what could have been.
We have a piece of Riley vinyl, from the folks are Delmore, to giveaway to an AD reader. To enter, leave a comment below with your name, an email in the address field, and your favorite Creedence album. Winner notified via email.