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They Don't Really

Formed in Tucson in 1988 by a group of high school friends, the Supersuckers moved to Seattle (based on a coin-flip) a couple years before grunge could be found in JC Penney catalogs. The band didn't adapt to the sensitive…
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Music, Hear This On New Year's, the Supersuckers prescribe booze and babes; Les Claypool will be serving sandwiches

On New Year's, the Supersuckers prescribe booze and babes; Les Claypool will be serving sandwiches

So your New Year's Eve plans to drop acid and watch Dick Clark's face melt on live TV fell through, eh? Fret not, because local loony Les Claypool is bringing his equally brain-fucking "Hatter's Ball" -- so named for the…
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Hear This

Championing old-school values like fast cars and loose girls, hard drinkin' and harder drugs, in-your-face violence and blues-punk chord progressions (easy to hear through the fog of a 12-pack of beer), Tucson expats the Supersuckers bum-rushed the early '90s Seattle…
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Hear This

From the Rolling Stones to Donny & Marie Osmond, the best musical entertainers know that a little country and a little rock 'n' roll go a long way toward good ole times. Although the Mormons may not admit it, the…
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White Trash Nation

Tony Balbinot strums his surf-blue electric guitar and looks pensively into the lights above the stage in the DNA Lounge. Behind him, the bass player, a wiry woman in high silver boots and velvet pants, falls into a bluesy vamp,…
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