Jenny Don't and the Spurs | Interview | New Album, 'Fire On The Ridge' - It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine
Since their formation in 2012, Jenny Don't and The Spurs have kept a relentless schedule of recording and touring. The band recently released 'Fire On The Ridge,' out via Fluff And Gravy Records. The Spurs were founded one cold, winter's evening by Jenny and Kelly.
Interview: Jenny Don't and The Spurs - Debut New Zealand Shows
Your intrepid UTR interviewer Kit Walker caught up with Jenny Don't (also of of garage punks DON'T) and Kelly Halliburton (Pierced Arrows, P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S.) from Portland's Jenny Don't & The Spurs last week before they headed off to Australia, where they will perform before coming to NZ later this month...
JENNY DON'T TALKS "FIRE ON THE RIDGE," THE FIRE TO KEEP PLAYING (INTERVIEW)
By Ian Bremner Country music is not often referred to as an overly inclusive group. The genre is steeped in American history, which let's face it, is awfully messy. Fans of country music often argue of what is vs. what isn't ACTUAL country music. Portland rocker Jenny Don't pays no mind to any of this...
Jenny Don't Goes From Punk to Country with the Spurs | Good Times
In 2009, Jenny Don't formed the unhinged punk rock band Don't, backed by members of veteran Portland punk groups like The Wipers, Poison Idea, Pierced Arrows and P.R.O.B.L.E.M.S. Together, everyone wrote raging punk rock songs, with Jenny contributing cathartic, powerful vocals.
Jenny Don't & The Spurs - Whammy Back Room: Nov. 24, 2022
Jenny Don't & The Spurs rode into town and got Whammy's Back Room rocking with their own brand of rhinestone-encrusted cow-punk. Jenny and Co hail from Portland, Oregon and this was their very first show in New Zealand (they play Kumeu Live tonight and Piha RSA on Saturday) This night's show, being at Whammy Back Room, meant a later than average start time.
Jenny Don't and the Spurs Ignite Scorching Country Sounds on 'Fire on the Ridge' (ALBUM REVIEW) - Glide Magazine
Places like Nashville, Austin and Bakersfield have long been part of the lexicon of country music, but for many years the Pacific Northwest has been
Jenny Don't And The Spurs. Fire On The Ridge. Fluff and Gravy Records
OK, this album has been percolating in the inbox for several weeks having been released back in June, so apologies to the delightfully named Ms. Don't for being somewhat tardy with this review. What to say? It's a belter. Chockfull of twang, country and swing with spoonfuls of rockabilly and spaghetti western sounds to help...