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The Jughead website states: “If you have ever wondered what it might be like if Motörhead hosted Hee Haw, you need to see Jughead.” This declaration serves as a fantastic description from the music group. Shaped in 1989 in Toronto, Jughead expenses themselves as the “unique motorgrass music group,” playing all-acoustic, traditional nation and bluegrass music having a fondness for genre-bending addresses, including tracks by famous brands Deep Crimson, Jimi Hendrix, the Ramones, Ozzy Osbourne and (obviously) Motörhead. The Jughead lineup averages ten full-time people on tools that add the fiddle, accordion, and acoustic guitar towards the washboard, spoons, and, obviously, the jug. The music group has garnered compliment from Canadian nation icon “Stompin'” Tom Connors as soon as distributed the stage with bluegrass tale Expenses Munroe. Uncorked, the band’s 3rd party debut, premiered in 1993 and was adopted in 1996 from the enhanced Compact disc, Got’Em, Got’Em, Need’Em, Got’Em. Jughead came back in 2001 with Speedwobble.

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