Go Hide The Bottle

Fun fact: George Schwindt who played drums on this song, came up with the idea to play the intro of this song on a whisky bottle resting on his snare drum. Listen to the start of the track and you can hear the bottle!

Song Of The Sockeye

This song took form out of a poem found behind a glass covered bulletin board in an abandoned fish cannery in Canada, written by gill netter Ross Cumbers in 1940. In keeping with stories of blue collar struggles, pacific northwest themes, environmental concerns, and a nod to the folk tradition of recycling stories, this song is a great example of what Spoonshine does! Fun fact: The tom hits on the chorus were drummer George Schwindt's attempt at sounding like a salmon on it's annual journey upstream!

By The River


This is Spoonshine's version of Karl Blau's song.


Drunk Again