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Devil Eat The Cat

Devil Eat The Cat

Other / Indie folk/pop / Celtic Salisbury, MD  US
Passions-written by Mark Elliott
Star of Munster/Julia Delaney-traditional
Carolina In The Pines-written by Michael Martin Murphy



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  • Brett Service (Artist)
    Brett Service
    Great job folks! Excellent musicianship, and your vocal work both on lead and harmony vocals is top notch.
  • Jonny Storm (Artist)
    Jonny Storm
    such raw talent, love it! keep it up guys.


  • interesting instruments...interesting songs...Interesting Monsters


Label: Monster Music

Manager: Monster Management Call 443-235-6184 mickhaensler@comcast.net

Bio: Interesting Instruments, Interesting Songs.....Interesting Monsters, that's our creed. Taking from the best Irish, Scottish, Canadian, and American songwriters and tunesmiths, as well as traditional world folk, Monsters puts their own twist on just about everything they touch, blending it into a ...See Full Bio

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“The Salisbury-based quartet Interesting Monsters will play Bethany Blues Lewes on Route 1 at Midway on Saturday. Band members include percussionist Mick Haensler, multi-instrumentalist Mickey Justice, fiddle player Robin Cockey and bassist Bob Hayman. While their music has Irish influences which provide a great St. Paddy's soundtrack, Haensler said elements of Scottish, Canadian and American music might make "Celtic Americana" an apt description. "We're not a Celtic band," Haensler said. "It's a real mix. There is some singer-songwriter stuff and even the occasional pop song that has been completely rearranged. We do a Marvin Gaye song that is familiar, but in an unfamiliar way. Then we have a piece that combines calypso and Celtic, and something else that combines French jazz with an Irish jig." It isn't uncommon for Haensler and Justice to hit the stage with a dozen or so acoustic instruments each, including mandolin, banjo, Scottish pipes, Irish whistle, djembe and others. ”

— Roger Hillis, Beachcomber Magazine

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Jul 10, 2010

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