Slate Dump is a one-man band and songwriter who originally hailed from Southern West Virginia. He is also a longtime friend of Radio Free Charleston, and this week we are pleased to feature him on The RFC MINI SHOW, recorded last month at The Empty Glass.
With his rustic voice and distinctive guitar stylings, Slate Dump brings a punk sensibility to folk music, with originals and covers, some of them country and pop standards including tunes made famous by Frank Sinatra and Marty Robbins. Some of his cover versions are also a bit less than safe for work, so be warned.
In this episode of The RFC MINI SHOW we bring you four songs by Slate Dump…and the show still clocks in at less than nine minutes. You may remember on our streaming radio show back in December we brought you an hour of folks performing cover versions of Slate Dump songs. Now you can see the real deal in action.