Big Dad Ritch
Big Dad Ritch
Big Dad Ritch performing in 2015
|Origin||Denison, Texas, USA|
|Genres||Heavy metal, southern rock, stoner rock, red dirt metal|
|Associated acts||Texas Hippie Coalition|
Big Dad Ritch came to prominence in 2004 when he co-founded the red dirt metal band Texas Hippie Coalition with John Exall. After being influenced by bands like Molly Hatchet, Pantera, and ZZ Top, Big Dad Ritch and Texas Hippie Coalition became the founders of the red dirt metal genre.
Big Dad Ritch, in over a dozen years with Texas Hippie Coalition, has released five full-length albums: Pride of Texas (2008), Rollin' (2010), Peacemaker (2012), Ride On (October 2014), and Dark Side of Black (April 2016).
Hosstyle Clothing company and Red River Red's sauces.
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