Drunk and Disorderly
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Drunk and Disorderly

Greensboro, North Carolina, United States | SELF

Greensboro, North Carolina, United States | SELF
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"The Illiest of Citizens"

First at bat was Drunk and Disorderly. The foursome of John Thomas, Robert Wofford, Jody Wallace, and Dale Crouse rocked the house with a mix of rock, covers, and a special blend of blues and punk that left the motley group of fans and fellow artists screaming for more. Tearing through a frenetic set of original songs including "Don't Give a Damn" and "Light It Up", the band demonstrated their ability to rock, yet it was their punk rock covers of traditional tunes such as "Man of Constant Sorrow" that blew the house away. - Magazine 33


Discography

2011 EP - Self Titled

Whiskey - College radio and independent radio airplay.

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Drunk and Disorderly is the most unique band in North Carolina built to melt faces and rock the world one event at a time. “The Musical Orgasmic Experience” as it has come to be known is the non-stop party bus in the celebration of life and the abandonment of all worries and strife. The high energy explosion of sound comes from the unwillingness to settle down and live each night as their last. Songs such as Light it Up and Don’t Give a Damn pull the crowds before them into a frenzy of organized chaos that can only be compared to a traveling tent revival experience . No show is ever the same as the last when there is a chance that at any point anyone in the crowd could end up on stage.
Crossing their very diverse background of punk, southern rock, and blues with a touch of soul makes Drunk and Disorderly a band not to be missed.

Unique covers versions of Rock Your Body, I Love College, and Working Class Hero highlight their ear for adapting songs outside their genre in the same way Me First and the Gimmie Gimmies took hold of the punk scene. This is a live show you don’t want to miss so bring your party outfit and get ready to get pelted with Mardi Gras beads!