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SLUG™ plays american/roots rock. Mixing elements of rock-n-roll, blues, country & bluegrass into their own particular style of music. SLUG plays mostly original music and also includes in their repertoire The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Blue Grass, Traditional blues, and many other bands and styles!

In the tradition of the Grateful Dead, SLUG™ began 14 years ago. They have played extensively around NY State and have a large following. SLUG™ played moe.down in ’02 and many other festivals and venues over the years. SLUG™ w/ Lindsay Dombeck have one official studio album Titled "Hippies, Monsters, Mimes & Lawyers". The album featured guest appearances by moe’s Al Schnier as well as Jason Barady of Floodwood & was favorably reviewed by among others, Grateful Dead publicist & Author Dennis McNalley. Who praised the originality and uniqueness of the band’s sound as well as the “top notch songwriting”. The band recently finished their second record "Rescued from the Glue Farm". This album turned out to be the true to the live essence of SLUG™. Raw,..... No Bells, Horns or Whistles!!! It was mentioned by David Gans on the Grateful Dead channels "Tales from the Golden Road" Siriusxm. David particularly liked the lyrics to the song Uncle Remo.

SLUG™ Plays many shows supporting local Music, Art, Farms and bussinesses in Upstate and Central NY.
SLUG™ has shared shows with artists such as, David Gans, Vince Welnick, George Clinton, Leon Russell, The Marshal Tucker Band, Max Creek, Moe, Black Foot, The New Riders of the Purple Sage, Derrick Trucks, Blue Oyster Cult, Eddy Money, Candle Box, Dokken and more [+]
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