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Old Man Markley

Los Angeles-based Aged Guy Markley are hardly an average music group, delivering a crazy, down-home sound that’s equivalent parts bluegrass and pure punk, recognizing the velocity and energy in both styles, and using their kitchen-sink method of materials (traditional fare, vintage pop and rock and roll songs, original tunes, anything that suits in to the blender) and unbridled excitement, they quickly made a name for delivering memorable live shows. Created in 2007 and made up of John Carey (acoustic guitar and vocals), Annie DeTemple (autoharp and vocals), Jeff Fuller (drums), Joey Garibaldi (bass and vocals), Ryan Markley (washboard), John Rosen (banjo), and Katie Weed (fiddle), Aged Man Markley launched their 21st hundred years punk jug and string music group style around the 2010 EP For Better for Worse, pursuing it with another EP, 2011’s Party Shack, after that released a full-length debut, Guts n’ Tooth, that same 12 months. Another EP, Bloodstream on My Hands, strike in 2012, before another full-length album, PROBLEM Up, finally made an appearance early in 2013.

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