premier jug band, has just released its debut CD,
What do Sausage Grinder and Sideshow have In Common?
I like both
I was pleasantly
surprised the first time I heard
Sausage Grinder, it was by way of the Venice Beach
Freak Show, the band had been invited to play for the
World's Strangest Wedding.
(Watch for it this spring on AMC's
I received a few
photos and info from the wedding which included some
background on the band, that lead me to check out their
What a feast for my
Sausage Grinder -
Delicious Moments is just that, a grinder full of
Johnson, Waite, Louis and Crumb, with a whole lotta
Rhythm and Bones....these guys and a gal really GET IT!
A blend of old time
music, with one eye to the blues, and jug band music,
the other to a progressive insight
into Hi Di Ho,
ragtime, and the good old hillbilly
hoedown, which leads
them down the road to their own take on the old time
styles, they keep us tapping our toes and enjoying the
great old days when music was played by them folks for
If you enjoy old time
music you'll love the Sausage Grinder. I DO!
Go out now and pick
up a copy or 2 or 3 of their new CD Delicious Moments
and share it with everyone you know.
Sausage Grinder w/ Steve
James plays "If
You'se a Viper"
of Sausage Grinder:
Chris Berry, guitar/banjo/vocals; David Bragger,
fiddle/mandolin/guitar; Josh“BoyBaby” Orkin
jug/kazoo/whistle/guitar; Matt Orkin, mandolin; Bobby
Reed, banjo/harmonica/vocals; Margie Royall,
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