They call it y'all-ternative music, a combination of country, reggae, rap, and rock. They're good, and they're local.
Mike Pereira and Jason Ruffoni, two Kerman guys, long-time friends, now getting notoriety as the musical duo "Whisky Row."
Ruffoni said, "There's our relationship as friends, but there was always that musical connection between the both of us."
The connection dates back more than 15 years, when the two started High School. They played sports together, and then music. Pereira says, "And it didn't matter what style of music, whether it was country music, rap music, alternative music."
About five years ago, these two self-taught musicians settled on their own unique sound. In 2009 they entered the Colgate Country Showdown, a national competition and took second.
"We got to play at the Ryman Auditorium, which everyone knows is the original Grand Ole Opry. It's the mother of country music, the mother church."
The mother church in the home of country music, Nashville. And that's where "Whisky Row" just completed their first album.
"It's been almost 15 years, that we finally have something that represents what we feel, where we come from."
"So it's really a piece of art for us, and we're very proud of it."
And their community is proud too. Two Kerman boys, long time friends, making people happy, making music.