Bumpin Uglies is the real deal. A band that can operate as a full ensemble of players to create lush soundscapes and ornate roots-rock party music or as a solo folk-punk acoustic troubadour, and everything in between. A band based on the songs and the delivery rather than, as is increasingly prevalent in the modern world, the studio and digital gimmickry…

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