The duo Sugar Free Allstars is putting out its first album in two years, "Return of Dos Machos!"
The songs pack a heavy punch, with Chris Wiser and Rob Martin doing more with just an organ and drums than other bands do with a full rhythm section.
READY, SET, TOUR
Martin recently recorded with Steve Burns (aka Steve from "Blue's Clues") on a "top-secret project" he couldn't go into, but he did divulge "it was the most fun I've ever had in a studio."
The Allstars will be busy this year, touring the country and ping children's album for a summer tour of Oklahoma libraries:
" the Pioneer Library System in June, and
" the Metro Library System in July.
BRING 'DA FUNK
Over the years, they've gotten to play with lots of musicians, but their favorite session was with Fred Tackett of Little Feat, who worked with Bob Dylan and Frank Zappa.
"That was the funkiest we've ever been," Wiser said. "We haven't been that funky since."
"We won't ever be that funky again," Martin smirked. "Charles Martin