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The No Good Redwood Ramblers bring a powerful blend of boot stomping rhythm and old-time flavor from California's north coast. The group has been playing its roots inspired dance music out of Humboldt County since 2009 and has shared the stage with nationally popular acts such as Frank Fairfield, John Reischman & the Jaybirds, Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three, Poor Man's Whiskey, and The Brothers Comatose, as well as playing shows with Humboldt's top bands like The Absinthe Quintet and Huckleberry Flint. Originally formed as a jug band by Colin Trujillo, Nate Roach and Jeff Jensen, the group began to diversify its sound and was soon joined by Colin's brother Cameron to play bass and sing harmonies and the sound was complete. The No Good Redwood Ramblers run the gamut from traditional murder ballads and whiskey soaked drinking songs to Appalachian fiddle tunes and bluegrass standards. With a raucous energy and a sound all their own, the quintet gets a crowd's feet to shuffling wherever they go. With banjo, fiddle, guitar, mandolin and double-bass, the Ramblers' new take on old style is as refreshing as it is classic. Put on your boots and grab your partner, because the No Good Redwood Ramblers are guaranteed to keep you swinging on your feet.