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Rumpke Mountain Boys / Press

“The Rumpke Mountain Boys exemplify what it is to be a Jamgrass band as they throw everything into their acoustic repertoire but the kitchen sink.”

“While the new CD is generating quite a buzz, the live shows that are scheduled to promote the album are what I’m most excited about. When you see a Rumpke show you can bet your ass that the guys are gonna pull out all the stops playing plenty of originals from the new CD as well as some covers that are sure to surprise. I remember the first time I heard the band do Pink Floyds “Hey You,” It was one of the best versions I have ever heard; it was bad ass! You never know what you might hear as the band has been known to cover songs from the Grateful Dead to Tom Wait and everything in between.”

“ Energized from their stellar performances at some of the top music festivals in the east, including All Good, Terrapin Hill Music Festival, Appalachian Uprising, Shoefest, and their own festival, Snugglefest, Cincinnati, OH’s Rumpke Mountain Boys much anticipated sophomore album Trashgrass is set for release on November 2nd. Described as “foot stompin, whiskey spillin, old timey, psychedelic party music”, the Rumpke Mountain Boys have taken the festival circuit by storm, garnering legions of faithful fans along the way with their signature brand of fiery bluegrass aptly named Trashgrass. ”

“The Friday night stand out was the Rumpke Mountain Boys. These Cincinnati trash grass fellows wowed the crowd, on stage and off. They played with the moon light guiding their way from campsite to campsite until sunrise.”

“These guys are one of the most beloved bands I have ever seen. Everywhere you go, everyone loves them. It's impressive, and band members' dedication to their "infamous trashgrass" music is worthy of respect.”

“Besides, it was time for The Rumpke Mountain Boys to take the stage and show why they have built themselves into a local touring powerhouse act. So, the thing that jumps out at you from the start about Rumpke is the emotion they play with.”