In just four years of existence, blues-rock band Poor Howard has gone through eight drummers. That’s two percussionists every 12 months or a new one every 26 weeks. Veteran guitarists Vincent Cadillac and Howlin’ Andy Hound must wear them out with their fast-paced, foot-stomp style inspired by ol’ school country-bluesmen like John Lee Hooker and Lightnin’ Hopkins. And it can’t help matters having the prolific angry wordsmith Patrick McKinnon on the microphone. They have a debut album out on Children of Devol Records and hopefully can kidnap a drummer in time for Homegrown.