You had to have known that when The Workhorse Movement broke up, you had not heard the last of them. A band that great cannot fully call it quits that easily. Well, if you have the same thoughts, you were right...and here is your reward - former Workhorse members Myron, Freedom, and Pete are forging ahead with a new drummer, and a new band. They are called The Dirty Americans. Here are some direct quotes from Myron in regards to the new project - "WORKHORSE is gone but the MOVEMENT lives on in Myron, Freedom and Pete along with a new drummer Jeramiah Pilbeam together as THE DIRTY AMERICANS!! More rock less rap than Workhorse, same amount of strange...We have about 12- 13 new songs finished for the record, more are in various stages, we're doing a cover of detroit rock gods the MC5 ("Call Me Animal") it's a great tune and fits with the rest of the material we've written on this album, check it out on napster if you don't know it. Our first gig is June 8 in Mt. Pleasant Michigan, USA at the same club (Rubbles) where Workhorse started. With Cornbread gone, a lot of the rap vibe is gone, so we're concentrating on rocking out in strange new ways. The Dirty American's material is similar, Freedom and I wrote almost everything for Sons Of The Pioneers so there is a familiar sound in the new material because we are still deeply involved in the writing process. We're concentrating more on the songs that have a stranger rock vibe like "Heavy", "Joe Mama", "Beotch" etc. The new drummer (Jeremiah Pilbeam) totally has the John Bonham thing going on which fits perfectly with Freedom's guitar playing!!" More as it comes...