The Ungodly 77s has been called "rock & roll to wreck your car to."
The now defunct Ungodly 77s (2005-2008) was formed by KK Dirty Money (guitar & lead vocals) and Al King (drums) in the fall of 2005 in Ypsilanti, MI (next to Ann Arbor). Soon after, young Ann Arbor bassist Caleb Fiser was added.
The band immediately gelled and wrote a batch of original tunes, incorporated a slew of diverse covers, played a lot of local shows, and quickly built a buzz in the local Ann Arbor and Metro Detroit scene.
Caleb eventually moved out of state and was replaced by The Jones Boys; Casey Jones on rhythm guitar and Joe Jones on bass guitar. The Jones "brothers" were very young but show an amazingly strong promise, oozing rock & roll and adding to the band's already intense rock presence.
The band spiraled out of control as quickly as it rose up and burned out quickly after its final show at the Blind Pig, opening for local heroes Mazinga and Scott Morgan's Powertrane.
Since then, band members have gone on to play in bands such as: The Devil Elvis Show, Gorevette, Scott Morgan's Powertrane, Las Drogas, Blue Snaggletooth, The Wild Ones, and many more.
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Link Wray, The Cramps, Howlin' Wolf, Guitar Wolf,
Booze, smoke, women, sledge hammers, explosives, fire, Link Wray, Jon Spencer, The Cramps, Immortal Lee County Killers II, Bo Diddley, Guitar Wolf, Misfits, Stooges, New York Dolls, CCR, Rocket from the Crypt, Hives
non-fiction, Tarantino flicks, stuff like that...
hair of the dog and a hippie speedball at the crack of midnight
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You may have heard the greasy rock & roll music of The Ungodly 77s on the Garagepunk Hideout's various podcasts, or maybe you have heard it via the latest GPHO compilation "Garage Monsters".
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Check out the swampy sounds of The Ungodly 77s from Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor/Detroit, Michigan.
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