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Staggering Statistics

Having a sound firmly planted in ’90s American indie rock and roll, Staggering Statistics were only available in past due 2002 due to Afghan Whigs bassist and founding member John Curley jamming with Austin Brown, a Texas native who played in a large number of bands in the united states before arriving in Cincinnati, OH. After numerous drummers, Brown earned a longtime friend, multi-instrumentalist Joe Klug, as the band’s long term percussionist. Guitarist and keyboardist Sam Womelsdorf, another veteran of the neighborhood scene, was put into the music group in past due 2005. Furthermore to two EPs, the four-piece released the full-length All this & Even more… on the neighborhood Shake-It label in June 2006.

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