If you are not familiar with Scott H. Biram's full body of work, you might hear a song like this and mistake him for an old time country artist that your grandpa would love. But that would just be a half truth (and it would really depend on how hardcore your grandpa is). You see, there are two very different sides to Scott H. Biram, and ‘Wreck My Car’ is definitely on the far end of one side. And over on the opposite end, holding an empty bottle of whiskey and a shotgun, there is the ‘Blood Sweat and Murder’ side. Which might be a little too intense for grandpa.
There is a great story on Scott's website that gives a good idea of the kind of musician / person he is:
But perhaps an even better taster of the kind of musician / person he is can best be experienced through the film ‘The Folk Singer’. Scott is not the main focus of the film, that belongs to his friend Jon Konrad (a.k.a. Possessed by Paul James), but he is in it enough for you to get the gist (he’s the bearded fellow —not to be confused with the other bearded fellow— with the line “you can rejoice in each others sharing of pain”).
Check the trailer out below: