Neoga Blacksmith was conceived in a tavern, born in a barn, and resides currently in a non-descript garage tucked into the armpit of I-72. Since 2007, the group's multiple songwriters and multi-instrumentalists have contributed to a unique brand of alternative-country - often described as a mix of grunge, blues, rockabilly, folk, psychedelic - lost in nostalgia for everything great about 20th century American music.
Over the years, Neoga Blacksmith has performed countless shows in crowded (and empty) bar rooms, and has earned spots performing in the Pygmalion Music Festival and Summer Camp Music Festival. In 2011, with two EPs under their belt, they self-produced and released their debut LP full-length album, which was named one of Buzz Magazine's "Favorite Local Releases of the Year". Their new full-length album, "Some Pig", is being released October 6th.