Reviewed May 2002
The Howlers
Into Something
Rogue Eight Recordings RE 0201
photo by: Andy Woehler

Walking Papers; Rollin' and Tumblin'; Oh Pretty Woman; Big Legs Tight Skirts; I Could Have Loved You; Glamour
Girl; Don't Be Messin' With My Bread; What Have I Done Wrong; She's Into Something; You Belong To Me

The first release by this Tri-Cities band is here! Having seen the band numerous times in numerous places, and
waiting for a recording, I'm pleased to report that it was worth the wait!
The Howlers are "Tuck" Glenn Foster, vocals; Perry Roper, guitar; Andy Woehler, bass; and "Deacon" Dave
Montague, drums.
The Howlers have covered tunes by Luther Allison, John Lee Hooker, Sugar Ray Norcia, and Magic Sam, among
others, and made them their own. This is one of those bands that sound equally great on cd or live, and multiple
opportunities are available to see them this year. They'll be at Untapped in Kennewick, and in July they'll be at The
Waterfront in Portland, The Ritzville Blues Festival, Winthrop R&B Festival, and Rock Cut Blues Festival in Orient.
This is very tasty blues, and this cd would make a fine addition to your collection.