Four guys, one band and a unique sound. How many times has this story been told? Countless, but how many times is the band truly unique? Rarely. This is one of those rare times. Callahan Divide started like many bands before them, four friends playing music that they loved. With lyrics that will make you think, harmonies that will give you goosebumps and just enough rock edge to make this country band a powerhouse, these West Texas boys are poised to take the Texas and Red Dirt Music scene and turn it on its proverbial head. Kicking off their careers in 2010 by permeating the Abilene, Texas area with high energy shows, followed by the release of their 2011 album “Party On The River”, Callahan Divide were on a roll. In December 2012, they lost their biggest fan in a tragic car accident. He wasn’t just a fan, he was Colton (lead vocals) and Travis’ (drums) father. The loss was felt all around, Randy Fox wasn’t just Colton and Travis’ dad; he had become a fifth member of the band. Fast forward to 2014 and the hard lessons learned fill their sophomore album “The Hammer”. A grace and maturity earned through tragic cards dealt combined with talent so rarely seen constructed the ideal tribute. The title track “The Hammer”, written by lead guitar and background vocalist Justin Davis and front man Colton Fox is the song everyone wishes they could write about their fathers or grandfathers captivating the very essence of a son trying to follow in footsteps left by their father.