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PW Long

PW Long


Years Active: 2003 to present

Genre: Rock

Country: US



Artist Bio:

P. W. began his musical journey in Wig, back in 1989. After two years as their singer, P.W. decided to take things in his own direction and formed Mule with Kevin Monro and Jim Kimball. Mule's first, self-titled record was released on Quarterstick Records in 1992, followed by the Wrung EP. Mule was a live band to be reckoned with, and earned a reputation around the States as a three-man behemoth. After the release of If I Don't Six in 1994 P. W. disbanded Mule to do his own thing as a solo artist. That didn't last long, however. After touring around doing acoustic shows on his own, he soon found himself hooking up with a new rhythm section (former Jesus Lizard drummer Mac McNeilly and a bassist by the name of Dan Maister) and bringing a whole new aesthetic to his performances. He would very often begin the set on his own, playing some songs solo, only to be joined on stage by Mac and Dan for a full-on assault. The trio (now christened P. W. Long's Reelfoot) recorded We Didn't See You On Sunday, a collection of songs that documented P. W.'s penchant for both the acoustic and electric......[Read More]