"Working in Shifts" was born in informal jam sessions in living rooms, on patios and around campfires covering Dylan, The Dead and The Stones with an acoustic guitar, a banjo and a lead singer who has consumed bucketfuls of gravel, both vocally and metaphorically in life. On a ski weekend in Grand Targhee, Wyoming, they met a slap-happy stand-up bass player who morphed them into a rockabilly machine that takes folk, Americana, rock, country and their own originals, and turns them all into something that feels like Ogden, Utah...the place that Al Capone once said was a bit too wild for his taste.
Shane Osguthorpe - Lead vocals, guitar
Tim Garcia - Banjo, lead guitar, mandolin, vocals
Matthew "Dinny" Dinsdale - Slappity stand-up bass
John Reed - Harmonica