"Is it possible to take American roots music (country blues, folk, union organizing songs) and add a contemporary rock element for an evolutionary punch, yet still remain true to the original intent and intense passions? The answer was no until the formation of L.A.s own Los Duggans..."
- Robert Larson, KUCI
Debut Album "Calvary" 2007
Recorded by David Irish at Music, Inc. Studios in Orange, CA.
Mastered by Kyle Homme at The Vault in Fullerton, CA.
Album artwork by Jamie B. Wolcott (www.jamiebwolcott.com).
"...their own brand of whiskey-fueled bluegrass, meets thrash." - Reviewer Magazine
Have your lighters ready alongside your raised fists. Los Duggans is the fiercest quartet this side of the Mississippi. They first came of notice at the Sundance film festival, and have opened for such greats as Bob Log III, Joe Buck (Hank III) and John Doe.
This is music aimed squarely at your belly. Mixing genres like a marinade, they play their own brand of Appalachian/ metal/ blues/ punk...distorted guitars raging with banjo, gut bucket beating along with a modern drum kit.
In 2007, Los Duggans released their debut album, Calvary. Ten songs the Las Vegas Weekly called "raucously toe-tapping."