Stumbler's Inn
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Stumbler's Inn


Band Rock Blues


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"The Stumbler's Inn"

The Nerve Magazine, September '05

The wee-morning hour down 'n' out sing-a-long beauty of "Disaster" aside, the album
doesn't fully catapult until "Moonshine Mama" rolls around, an "Alabama Song" for
the new millennium if I ever heard one, complete with front man Al's gruff Jimbo
Lizard King whisky women drawl, and beautiful organ honks straight from the Manzarek
handbag. Secret weapon Graham Myrfield quite simply slays with the bass lines and
vox harmonies of a goddess (a manly goddess, I mean), particularly on the
monstrously psychedelic "Old Tin Road" and "Sally Joe", inciting a shift from
simplistic pub band howl-and-dance bamboozling into a full-blown, slack-jawed,
smoke, coke and liquor groove-ball. Not exactly C&W (Roger Waters and Neil Young
rear their heads just as much as Waylon & the boys), though the troubled
man-adrift lyrics and porch rocking vibe make for a genuine good ol' boy
Catch these boys (hopefully with like-minded heroes the Smokes) when yer bottle
needs refillin' and ramlin's on yer mind.

-David Bertrand - The Nerve


The Stumbler's Inn have made 3 albums to date. Only one album was made in a "Big Studio" so far and it was made with ,Sir John Ellis. It can be purchased on or Itunes. The other's have been basement albums which have been distributed to friends and fans all over the world.They are presently working on a double disc album as well as a separate instrumental album of various jams they have been recording over the past year . The album's that they are working on , are coming from the new studio that they have been building in the last year. Still underground basement style,.



Three brother's and a childhood friend.. Sounds like the start of a great movie eh. Well it should be. The Stumbler's Inn have been rocking out Vancouver B.C. for over 6 years and running. Every one knows that it's not for the money. It's just four guy's that love writing and making music for themselves and anyone else that wants to listen. Being an unsigned band has had it's limitations for the band as far as touring and record releases, but that doesn't stop them from continuing the constant battle forward to achieve Truly new and original sounding music . The band is always working on new idea's for songs video's and gigs

All four member's where born and raised on Vancouver Island and all four now live in Vancouver B.C. That's they we practice, record and perform religiously. There style has evolved into a hybrid of many different styles from bluesy rock to a kinda phycadelic sufabilly . Playing in bars for the majority of their shows, they have learned that energy in the music as well as in the presence of the show is mandatory. Unless of course for some reason they are playing more of an acoustic type show, which the boys love to do as well. Influences stem from classic roots such as. The Doors, The Grateful Dead, Johnny Cash, Muddy Water's, The Band, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Beetles and many many more..

The Stumbler's Inn have many friends and are always looking for new ones. Many of the the bands that we have played with in the past, have become close personal friends of the band. Because we, are family to start with, i think the feeling quickly spreads among other's we meet. We are all family in this tuff business we call music, and we all need to help each other out .