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Think about Tom Waits with a hangover at a Screamin' Jay Hawkins gig in New Orleans, playing music by Muddy Waters, Danny Elfman and Mike Paton...then you're getting close to a hint of Juke Baritone & The Swamp Dogs.
Comprising of six members and a dozen instruments, the band teeters on the brink of destruction while pounding out their own brand of old world, swampy, cabaret industrial punk blues and wowing audiences at major events and venues with their highly entertaining and outrageous live performances that have the tendency to turn ordinary people into raving fans and make others walk out in disgust.
Blatant songs of boozing, women, drugs and politics, combined with some of the best musicians in Australia, an eccentric, energetic and engaging front man and a real message within the music, makes for a highly entertaining live music experience.
There’s an electric stage show with lots of costumes, drinking, posturing, growling, dancing on tables, drinking, a bit more dancing, falling over and then a little bit more drinking.