It's been a long road, yet the ride
is just beginning. After 15 years and countless miles of
touring, writing and performing, four men arrive as FLYNNVILLE
TRAIN. Their style of good-time, rockin’ country music is the
driving force behind this powerhouse sound from the Midwest.
They’ve slaved in factories, raised families, and obsessed over
perfecting their craft. They supported each other’s efforts for
years before collaborating in 2001, and now it’s time... time to
leave the overtime behind and shift into overdrive.
FLYNNVILLE TRAIN is: Brian Flynn (lead vocals), Brent Flynn
(lead guitar, vocals), Damon Michael (Bass, vocals), and Tommy
Though very determined musically, FLYNNVILLE TRAIN is often
described as one of the nicest groups in the industry whose high
powered performances keep crowds as well as venue owners asking
for more. When not performing fan favorites like “High on the
Mountain” and a harmony rich cover of the Beatles’ “Baby’s in
Black,” FLYNNVILLE TRAIN travels from Indiana to the hills of
Kentucky. It’s not the bluegrass or the moonshine that keeps
them there so much as the studio where they spend many hours
writing and recording. The group is dedicated to staying true to
their kind of country which is straight, rockin’ and
Deviation from current country is exactly where FLYNNVILLE TRAIN
is headed. All four men bring vastly different influences
onboard from George Jones to Jimi Hendrix and all share writing
credits on the group’s latest album. Continuing in what they’ve
lived and known for so long, FLYNNVILLE TRAIN promises to bring
country music back to its roots, ahead of its time, and on its
feet all at once.
That’s quite a job, but work is no stranger to these boys. Like
their song, “Truck stop in the Sky” mentions, “Don’t you be
surprised if they build one that high.” FLYNNVILLE TRAIN has
been building steam for quite a while, and the place they build
in country music is sure to be no surprise.