Expect a lively show — the band's sound has been described as bluegrass or newgrass or even Americana soulgrass. Durm prefers to say they perform four-part harmony folk-punk.
"We all come from different influences and likes in musical genre and I think you see that in the reflection of our music," he said. "We come from backgrounds of The Temptations to Weezer, The Burrito Brothers to Chris Stapleton, from The Beach Boys to Bruno Mars. We are a true melting pot of genres under one roof. We all do agree that The Band is quite possibly the best thing that ever happened to music and we draw a lot of influence from Levon, Rick, Robbie, Garth and Richard."
None of the musicians are formally trained on the instruments they now play.
"I guess the longevity of playing has helped us hone what we know," Durm said. "Though anyone will tell you playing with Randy Gilkey will make you a better musician; he has really taken us all under his wing and made us better. Heck, just being Randy Gilkey's friend makes you a better musician and person.
"The harmony side of our group is the only thing we really practice on as it is easiest to do on long trips and to pass the time — though we prefer to freestyle rap on late night rides homes from shows to help us stay awake.
"Yes, it's true," he added.
While he and Mullins are credited with most of the songwriting on their current CD, Durm is quick to say everyone kicks in.
"There is so much more to songs than just basic chords in lyrics. This is the format in which we bring the songs to the band. From there, it's a full-on team effort to help write hooks, backing vocal parts, different melodies, musical riffs and (establish) the right tempo," he said.
The best songs are the easiest — the ones that seem to write themselves, he said.
"They will build up inside you, throw themselves on paper and just happen. Kind of how the group itself formed. It just happened."
Contact writer Monica Orosz at mon...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4830.