The Dangtrippers were one of the few Iowa bands to play power-pop
for a global audience, and their one and only album,
Days Between Stations (Dog Gone, 1989 - Sky, 1990), remains an
underrated classic of the genre.
The songwriting team of singers and guitarists Devin Hill and
Doug Robertson penned gorgeous tunes of everyday life with a joyful and mature
Devin Hill started a solo career in Minneapolis with
Stars (Big Deal, 1994), as good an imitation of
Byrds and Big Star as the Dangtrippers album
(Stars, Lovers Again, 19th).
Wayout Lane (Big Deal, 1995), instead, marks a regression towards
a more convetional country-rock style.