If you consider yourself a New Orleans music fan, you may find yourself in love with a never ending web of music that entangles many genres and recordings over the last several decades produced by an unparalleled collection of musicians. The whole of this is what truly defines New Orleans music. You also likely know that by it’s relatively small size, New Orleans has this enormous music scene that expands well beyond the walls of Preservation Hall and Tipitina’s. And just when you think you’ve heard all there is to hear in original New Orleans music, you almost crave to be surprised by something so special it knocks you down, -like the restaurant off the beaten path that had the killing gumbo you weren’t expecting. It was under your nose the whole time you’ve been living here. And it’s part of New Orleans. 
Hardcore Woodenhead fans are well aware of New Orleans born guitarist Jimmy Robinson. An unmatchable force on the guitar, Jimmy has been blowing the minds of audiences and players alike since he formed Woodenhead in 1975. A truly progressive fusion-rock band in a city that is anything but, the catalog and longevity of this group speaks volumes of Robinson and company’s dedication to the music they believe in and love. 
In the late 1990’s Robinson took many of the ingredients of Woodenhead (including longtime members Paul Clement and Mark Whitaker) and formed the guitar collective group called Twangorama. Combined with longtime friend Cranston Clemments (arguably the most sought after New Orleans guitarist in the last 30 years, w/Dr. John, Maria Muldaur and more) and Phil deGruy, (a deeply talented individual, primarily a solo guitarist for years earning accolades and praise from Steve Vai, Larry Coryell and Danny Gatton) this progressive guitar powerhouse fuels original and existing material to soaring new heights with the compositional and arranging talents of everyone on board. The results are in your hand as a brilliantly crafted, enlightening and awe-inspiring collection of jewels. They single handedly rewrite the book on what New Orleans guitar is today. And the New Orleans connection while not in your face, is undeniable. 
All members of Twangorama were born and bred in New Orleans, and it is bands like Twangorama that are one of those critical ingredients that make the musical gumbo of New Orleans so good and so unique. …enjoy it, -for it’s been right under our noses the whole time. 
-Mark Mullins / Bonerama / New Orleans
New Orleans Guitar All Stars
Twang has been on an extended hiatus due due Phil deGruy’s injury (he slammed his finger in a car door)
 Phil is recovering nicely, and the band will start playing again in February.
  Writing sessions and rehearsals are in progress for a new Twangorama recording.