Whitfield Fahrenheit and the Doomsday Trio offer a unique perspective on the apocalyptic remnants of the United States. As self-appointed documentarians of the apocalypse, the quartet travels the backroads of what is now known as the Fucked Up States of America, or the F.U.S.A. as it's called by wastelanders. Recounting their adventures in song and satirically exposing the country's long list of foibles, nothing is sacred in their musical exploitation of human tragedy and suffering.
From the zombie-infested streets of Las Vegas to the slagged out wastelands of what used to be D.C., from the overgrown Pacific Northwest to the bloody Mississippi river, from the Appalachian Hills to cannibalistic Kentucky, they've seen it all and aren't afraid to tell you how it went down.
Comprised of Whitfield T. Fahrenheit, Jasper Daniel Newton, Nikolai and Chub - the group blazes their own trail through the darkest era of the country's history bringing a sense of levity to an otherwise bleak situation. Using a combination of traditional folk instruments, excessive creative liberty, dark humor and a no-holds-barred approach to storytelling they entice their audiences with catchy tunes and witty lyrics. With an unusual blend of traditional folk music styles, they're sure to entertain you with tall tales of murder, destruction, beauty and revenge.
If you ever have an opportunity to see their show, you won't be disappointed - just don't get blood on the banjo...