With their new EP, Live At Sugarshack Sessions – Volume 2, just released, it was the perfect time to sit down with Bumpin’ Uglies singer, Brandon Hardesty.

Let’s start with a bit of background. How did the band come together, and what has the journey been that got you to where you are today?

I started the band around 2008, playing local bars in my hometown of Annapolis. I linked up with Wolfie in 2010 from hanging at the same local dive, and that’s when we started touring. I went through a few different drummers before we linked up with TJ in 2015. He had played in a band out of Philly, and we’d done some shows together. Ethan joined in 2021 when we needed a new keys player….

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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