Out of nowhere comes the sudden and beautiful din of a trumpet, a tuba, drums, and a raspy shout. No, you’re not in New Orleans. You’re out way too late in downtown NYC, and The Stumblebums are here to keep the party going all night. This funky punky trio regularly plays clubs like The Mercury Lounge, but for the real deal catch them on the street, in a random bar, or at an underground party. If you like these YouTube clips, you can download their latest album, the hilariously titled “F*#k You Lady Gaga. For up-to -the-minute info on spur of the moment shows, keep track on Twitter or Facebook.
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