Eben David Henson calls the sound of Little South band "sorta chameleon-like.
"We have musicians that can cover different styles," says Henson, drummer for the group. "(The sound) basically is country and Southern rock.
"We do covers. Steve (Smothers, lead guitarist and pedal steel player) probably has written some songs. But we do, in fact, do music people have actually heard before. Most of the performances we play, people would rather hear something they know."
Other members of the band are Betty Smothers, vocalist; Mike Carrier, bassist; and Bryan Cooper, guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist.
Among the artists Little South covers are The Eagles, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Elvis Presley, Tanya Tucker and George Jones.
"It's a wide variety of music," says Steve Smothers, who also is the manager for the band.
Adds his wife, "We have a certain type of charisma."
Betty Smothers says her husband and she formed Little South in 1989. The band's name comes from an area in Casey County, although no one from the band is from there.