The Sugar Lumps
The Sugarlumps revive the music of the 1920's, 30's and 40's speakeasy culture. Their shows are filled with cheeky humor and their songs tell stories of love and loss, lust and heartache, murder and redemption and of course, drinkin' and cheatin'.
The Sugarlumps are sometimes sweet and sometimes naughty but they are always delightfully quirky and danceable. They play a blend of gypsy jazz, rural country blues, ragtime and swing. Some of their main influences are Bessie Smith, Memphis Minnie, Fats Waller, Lightnin' Hopkins and The Mississippi Sheiks. Their music reflects the tastes of prohibition era Americans who frequented Speakeasys to quench their thirsts and do what they pleased. Read More »