THE QUESTIONS are a band from Detroit Michigan (USA) who specialize in a "no boundaries" approach to their brand of rock 'n' roll. Their music has been labeled as "Grunge", "Political Punk", "Garage", "Junkyard Blues" and " Beatnik Americana" by the press, but at the end of the day is too diverse to categorize. They're well known for their political activism and their humanitarian fund raising efforts, raising large amounts of cash for a diverse array of charity causes across America & beyond. Since the bands creation they've organized a wide variety of political protests, town hall meetings, underground music/poetry festivals, mystic seance's to contact the spirit of Harry Houdini & several other colorful large-scale events.
Frontman Drew Bardo is a published poet (www.loandbeholdpublications.com) and has been a part of recording projects with artists such as 1960's cultural icon & fellow Detroit poet John Sinclair. The band has been very much involved in the underground art community working extensively with a vast array of writers, sculptors, painters across America and Detroit's legendary Theatre Bizarre artist collective, all the while making appearances at many popular music festivals since their earliest incarnation in 2005. Their live shows are unpredictable and wild, and often blend musical genre's and theatrical elements into what has been referred to as "a dangerous primordial ceremony". The Questions are a very honest and real band, primordial, savage at times, and spare nothing against the established boundaries of authority.
They have appeared on almost every stage in and around the Motor City and have performed at premier clubs around the United States such as The Lit Lounge (NYC), One Eyed Jacks (New Orleans), Asbury Lanes (NJ), and MANY others. They have shared the stage with acts such as Dex Romweber ( Flat Duo Jets ), Everlast, Black Diamond Heavies, Dax Riggs, Humanwine, The Go, The Dirtbombs and just about every other Detroit based band over the last 6 years.