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Fetchin Bones

Fetchin Bone fragments missed the motorboat. Grungy years before grunge became a global phenomenon, Fetchin Bone fragments published the blueprint for noisy, metal-fueled, and female-led alternate organizations like L7 and Opening to ultimately reconstruct and try the people. Once college-radio all-stars, Fetchin Bone fragments became overlooked left-of-the-dial pioneers, most likely …

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Chickasaw Mudd Puppies

A primitive swamp-rock duo made up of Ben Reynolds (vocals, guitar, percussion) and Brant Slay (vocals, harmonica, washboard), the Chickasaw Mudd Young puppies were proteges of R.E.M.’s Michael Stipe, a fellow Athens, Georgia citizen who teamed with John Keane to co-produce their 1990 debut Light Dirt. Chicago blues tale Willie …

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Swimming Pool Q’s

Atlanta’s POOL Q’s were among the initial Southern new influx bands to get nationwide reputation in the first ’80s following the breakthrough from the B-52’s made people aware that there is more to Southern rock and roll than what Q’s innovator Jeff Calder called “the Boogie Establishment.” Nevertheless, while most …

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Hammerbox

Hammerbox was mostly of the Seattle grunge rings fronted by way of a girl in the first ’90s. Led by fiery vocalist Carrie Akre, Hammerbox equaled the untrammeled trend of the Emerald Town peers but additionally inserted new influx energy within their regular Seattle mixture of rock and punk. Akre’s …

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