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The Incorruptibles

The Incorruptibles

Blues / Roots Rock & Roll / Rockabilly Milwaukee, WI  US
Laugh Out Loud
Laugh Out Loud
White Alligator Shoes
White Alligator Shoes
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby
Good Rockin' Daddy
Good Rockin' Daddy
Gonna Make It Alone
Gonna Make It Alone



So Long Baby Goodbye


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  • The Blue Mountain Project (Artist)
    The Blue Mountain Project
    Enjoyed listening, keep on groovin!!! Greetings from Bavaria. Best wishes :)
  • Amanda Cooksey (Artist)
    Amanda Cooksey
    Devil in her eyes-great song. Nice sound
  • Mark Gruebel (Artist)
    Mark Gruebel
    I listened to your songs while I ate breakfast this morning. It brought a smile to my face , even on this monday morning. "Yes" I can go out and conqure the world today - Thanks
  • Yonder Come a Holler (Artist)
    Yonder Come a Holler
    Great sound ..I dig your stuffs ..best wishes !!
  • BadgerStatic (Artist)
    Cool blues and playing!
  • BLUE SKY HOUR (Artist)
    You all sound great!



Bio: Vocal-driven trio from Milwaukee playing blues, rockabilly & roots rock-n-roll.

Jimmy McCarthy - Guitar/Vocals
Jimmy boasts nearly 40 years of experience on the Wisconsin blues scene, having played with Bojo Gray, Night Train, Perry Weber & The Wonder Rods, Cadillac Pete & The Heat and Perry Web...See Full Bio

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“Milwaukee blues veterans Jimmy McCarthy and Bill Siebert and a more recent transplant to the city, Amy Ashby, team up for roots rocking, rockabilly good times with a name that could be Marvel Comics’ next super hero team. Singing stand-up bassist Ashby brings ’tude to spare on “White Alligator Shoes,” notable at least for the revival of “hussy” as a feminine insult. McCarthy assays lead vocals with a sprightlier stride on “Laugh Out Loud,” with a melody sounding like the step between Buddy Holly’s Crickets and The Beatles in their Hamburg residency. This is a most personable introduction to a band proffering a sound that never really goes out of style.”

— Jamie Lee Rake, Shepherd Express


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