Born in Scott County, Kentucky, 29 Horses released their freshman album in 2009, titled ‘Women, Whiskey, Guns, and Truth’. Their alternative country sound and punk attitude gained them local attention, and the band played in the central Kentucky region until taking a hiatus in 2011.
Lead singer Adam Stewart began actively writing again early ‘17, and released the album ‘Maxdale’ while finishing out his military service. He came back to Kentucky late that year with a hefty catalogue of songs, which the band began practicing and hammering out. He and drummer Derek Brown released the stripped down ep ‘Weathered’, and recruited lead guitarist Ryan Brown to record the ep ‘Late Night Conversation’, both released in 2018. That year, the band also released ‘The Barrack Sessions’, an ep consisting of songs Stewart had recorded in his barracks room in Texas. Riding on the charge of their most recent album release, ‘Kentucky Straight Heartache’, is the fresh lineup consisting of Adam Stewart (vocals/rhythm guitar) Ryan Brown (lead guitar), Matt Green (lead guitar), Ben Boggs (bass), and Derek Brown (drums), rearing and ready to burn down your barn.