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Over ten years and ten releases later Mulligan Stu have secured their place in the history of punk rock. While most pop/punk bands have gone the way of the Do-Do, Mulligan Stu evolved to allow themselves to have a longevity that is rare in even the most recognized bands of their genre. With hook-soaked guitars, melodic vocals and clever lyrics Mulligan Stu have stayed true to the time honored tradition of punk rock that was developed by the Ramones, delivered with the pop sensibilities of Elvis Costello.

It has been more than six years since the release of “Do the Kids Wanna Rock?” on Rhetoric Records. Now they bring you their next installment, from the original line up. Once again Mulligan Stu are back at it to produced more sing-along rock anthems about love, lust and growing up that have kept audiences captivated for over a decade. With the incredible drumming of Dan Dumm, the intricate bass-lines of Mike Uranus and the intense guitar playing and vocals of Kevin Mulligan and Billy Paranoid Mulligan Stu’s music can be listened to time and again, with something new always to be discovered.

Mulligan Stu have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many great artists over the years, including Jimmy Eat World, The Queers, The Vandals, SNFU, Mr. T Experience, The Donna’s, Teen Idols and many, many more. They have traveled from Coast to Coast spreading their blend of mid-west pop/punk to the masses.

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  • pjb

    Dan Dunn!!!

    10 Mar 2010 Reply
  • TheLocals

    lol, what a weird booking- you guys and fermata. the music is TOTALLY different. have a great show at the frequency.

    29 Jan 2009 Reply
  • pshawnoah

    Does anyone have the cassette by Mulligan Stu, with Camaro Love on it? Someone is bound to have it!

    13 Jun 2007 Reply

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