Knoxville Girls was a short-lived American, New York City based, alternative rock supergroup that contained: Bob Bert, on drums, Jerry Teel on vocals, guitars; Kid Congo Powers on guitar and vocals; Jack Martin on guitar; and Barry London on. "Knoxville Girls" is a travelogue of American musical styles, like a gap toothed jukebox floating in the grimy Hudson river, spilling into the muddy Mississippi. Explore releases from Knoxville Girls at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Knoxville Girls at the Discogs Marketplace. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Knoxville Girls" on Discogs. Knoxville Girls was a short-lived American, New York City based, alternative rock supergroup that contained: Bob Bert on drums, Jerry Teel on vocals. KNOXVILLE GIRLS. Bob Bert – drums (The Chrome Cranks, Sonic Youth, Pussy Galore, Lydia Lunch) Jerry Teel – vocals, guitar (The Chrome Cranks. At first blush, New York's Knoxville Girls seem like throwbacks. Their eponymous In the Red debut begins with a reverb-y instrumental called "Sixty-Five. Recorded at legendary NY studio Funhouse by alternative rock supergroup, the Knoxville Girls, these recordings have remained mostly unheard so far. Knoxville Girls, which began in December as a recording project devised by former members of the New York country-flavored garage band Little Porkchop. KNOXVILLE GIRLS " IN A RIPPED DRESS " by The Big City Stompers/ Honeymoon Killers/ Little Porkchop/ Knoxville Girls, released 01 February 1.