For the past 6 years, the Bottom Dwellers have been steadily building a name for themselves throughout the Northern California area, playing clubs, festivals, restaurants, weddings and benefits from the South Bay Area to Humbolt County. The Bottom Dwellers are currently receiving regular air play on local college and public radio stations. The Bottom Dwellers are available to play all occasions—public and private—and club venues alike.
The Bottom Dwellers in the News
Myles Cochrane, writing for the Times-Standard out of Eureka, asked us a few questions about our favorite gig in Phillipsville and our plans for the immediate future.Tweet
Marie Chapman covers the Capay Organic Farm Tours for Davis Life Magazine. We played this event in April and had a blast—as is apparent from the photos here.
This is a great family friendly event. Bring a picnic, ride a tractor, dance to some music all in the picturesque Capay Valley.
Think I Need A Drink has been featured as the Sacramento Single for August 11th, 2008 on the Sacramento Bee and at SacBee.com.Tweet
Wednesday night we were awarded a Sammies Readers Choice Award for Outstanding Country/Bluegrass Band at the Sacramento Area Music Awards.Tweet
We received the following email from W.Bradley Pope, Professional Window Installer/Musician:
Dwight Yokam,Steve Earl,and Jack Ingram suggested to us that the lost highway goes in many directions. You guys prove it. Welcome to the lunatic fringe of country music.Tweet
What do you call a musical group consisting of an NGO project manager, ex-punk rocker, high school teacher, and a multi-media designer that just piled out of a blue propanefueled passenger van? Answer: The Bottom Dwellers, a new country act out of Yolo County, Ca., whose cut, "Company Truck" was recently featured on NPRs Car Talk.Tweet