Atomic Junkshot invites you to bathe in sonic magnificence, bear witness to stunningly poor musicianship, noxious vocals and alarmingly alarming fashion.
Here's the band playing Lon's autobiographical tune "Now She Is My Ex" looking at his struggles with alcohol and the almighty late night booty call, all through the prism of Loretta Lynn's classic "Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (With Lovin' On Your Mind).
Lon has three Ws in his life: Waylon Jennings, a good Woman, and cheap Wine. Here's the band's song "3Ws" from the Halloween 2020 show at The Gaslight Studios in St. Louis
From the band's show on Halloween 2020 at The Gaslight Studio in St. Louis, here's a rare love song from Lon, "Cross My Heart"
Everybody knows that guy -- the insecure, demeaning, lying SOB. So used to as well.....
Lon once had a loving experience in an upscale laundromat in Topeka, Kansas which caused him to skip rehab.
When Atomic Junkshot drummer Mack McBeardface was in the 10th grade, he was having a few lady problems, which only makes sense if you've seen him. So during a smoke break at school one day, he asked his physics teacher - Mr. McMinaman - if he had any tips on how to get some. Teacher said, “kid, let me quote from both the books of Mormon and the novel Dyanetics, where it says in black and white, ‘If she smokes, she pokes.’”
When Atomic Junkshot bassist Clay Mudd was attending college in Abilene, Texas back in 1971, majoring in advanced bovine husbandry, he had an unfortunate run-in with John. Q. Lawman that ultimate led to the love story of Clay's life.