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Split Lip Rayfield

The Kansas-based post-punk progressive bluegrass outfit Split Lip Rayfield was comprised of vocalist/banjoist David Lawrence, guitarist/dobroist Kirk Rundstrom, and one-string bassist Jeff Eaton, whose instrument was fashioned from the gas tank of a 1965 Ford. An outgrowth of the group Scroat Belly (though it didn't take long for them to outlive the band that spawned them), the trio debuted in 1998 with a self-titled LP issued on the Bloodshot label. In the Mud followed a year later; by this time, singer and mandolin player Wayne Gottstine had expanded the lineup to four pieces and Eric Mardis had replaced Lawrence on banjo. The new millennium saw the release of a third effort, Never Make It Home, which arrived in stores in late 2000. After three years of touring, which saw the group opening for everyone from Del McCoury to Nashville P**sy, Split Lip Rayfield recorded and released a fourth long-player, Should Have Seen It Coming, in 2004. In early 2006, Rundstrom (who had also released a few solo records) was diagnosed with cancer. He continued to perform with the band for months as he fought and underwent treatment, but Rundstrom ultimately succumbed to the disease in February 2007, just about a week after playing what would be his last show. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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StevoNC one of the best band I've ever heard listen to cd few times a week for the past 5 years it never gets old Kirk is missed wish the guys would get near Charlotte NC sometime SLR #1 thanks
New band for me. Thanks Pandora!
Discovered these guys at a Reverend Horton Heat show. Kirk Rundstrom was still with them back then. Glad they have stayed together. Amazing band!
I like the name Scroat Belly they should've kept it
Dig this s**t, Wayne is the dude
Banjo sounds awesome. Never thought at that
wore my spliltip jacket to work today...
hey guys it's lovick--- good job !!!!
saw lip with sprout and dirtfoot at the catillion here in wichita, great show, great band, splitlipin it forever
laurensolter 1
Put on the best show I have ever seen. Also Kirks performances at the Riverside Perk in Wichita are greatly missed.
This might have just moved into the top two of my favorite bands with Mountain Sprout. These guys are awesome!
bcbishop2003
I love this band
deffjamson
Hey old friends! This is Jeffro from K.C. How's L-town treating you these days? Haven't seen you guys play a full set since Festy Fest 2010. Hope to see y'all soon!
fuzzy23
Split Lip is playing along with Mountain Sprout and Dirt Foot in Wichita at the Cotillion on January 8th.
They were the Perfect Opening Band for the Rev.Horton Heat :)
Wife and I saw them at the World Famous Cains Ballroom :)
Splitlip ROCKS :)
Just saw them open for the Reverend Horton Heat. Amazing!!
andydeweese
Motha Truckin Bad Asz Especially live!
well apparently i have a new favorite band. hell f**kin yeah
Looking forward to seeing them at Wakarusa in June!!!! Amazing band......Am a z i n g festival!!!!
inki_dinks
I am excited to see one of my favorite local bands on here!
God bless these guys. Seen them play around Kansas for years, probably the only decent music to come out of Kansas since the band Kansas.
I saw them when they open for Reverand Horton Heat and fell in love with them.
Saw them in Portland Oregon in 1998. It was a treat I'll never forget.
One of a kind!
I saw them open for the Drive-By Truckers at the Great American Music Hall in SF. It was the one of the greatest opening acts I've ever seen and, coupled with the DBT set, was one the best shows I've seen period! I'm very fortunate to have caught them with Kirk but I hope to see them again down the line!
It's good to hear that they are still around. The first time I heard of them they were opening for Fred Eaglesmith just prior to Kirk's diagnosis. I was afraid they were gone just as I was finding them. A great band, and awesome fun in concert!
gingerae23
The guys are still going strong in Kirk's memory. Visit their site; they have a DVD, additional CD's and a new one in the works.

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