Hailing from Austin, Texas, Uncle Lucius are a band whose rootsy blend of classic rock, blues, soul, and country flavors has won them a loyal fan following. The Uncle Lucius story begins in 2002, when Kevin Galloway, then a 25-year-old who had played guitar for years and grew up on classic country tunes, decided he was tired of living in East Texas and chasing a career in banking. Wanting to pursue his love of music, Galloway relocated to Austin and began regularly playing open-mike nights in town, and eventually he crossed paths with Hal Vorpahl, a fellow musician who grew up listening to Willie Nelson and playing piano before he hit Austin and took up the bass guitar. The two began playing music together, and after a year, the group expanded to a trio with the addition of guitarist Mike Carpenter, who was steeped in classic rock and was already a veteran of the Austin music scene. With the addition of drummer Jason Armstrong, the first lineup of Uncle Lucius was complete, and the band was soon playing for packed houses at Austin venues like the Saxon Pub, Threadgill's, and Antone's.
Tracklist: 1. The Light 2. Age Of Reason 3. Taking In The View 4. Ouroboros 5. The End Of 118 6. No Time Flat 7. Wheels And Motion 8. Gulf Coast Gypsies 9. Flood Then Fade Away 10. Don't Own The Right 11. Nothing To Save 12. Someday Is A Far Cry