The Blair Street Mugwumps

The Blair Street Mugwumps
Sunday, Nov 1st
8pm No Cover
Fort George Brewery
1483 Duane St.-Astoria
www/myspace.com/theeblairstmugwumps

From Eugene, Oregon, The Blair St. Mugwumps are bringing their back porch stompin hokum jug band blues to Astoria.
They are self-described as “ruckussy, raunchy and rooted in the Southern dirt” musicians. On uke, banjo uke, banjo, jug-a-phone, duck call, harmonica, kazoo is Reverend Jazzbo Pappy Hamhock, on washboard, kazoo, whistlin is Jobydiah Grizwald “5 Ball” Hudson III, on musical saw and ukulele is Darlin Clementine, on resoponic guitar is Hollywood “Creamy” Sanchez and introducing on washtub bass, Imelda “Cookie” Lamour. The Blair Street Mugwumps are folding their tents after almost four years, lot’s of hangovers and several changes in personnel, they are preparing for their final curtain call and the Fort George Brewery is second to last on their tour. Don’t miss their playful stage presence and good old time blues this Sunday, Novemebr 1st. The show is at 8pm and there will be no cover.

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