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The Dodge Brothers are a British skiffle band from Southampton playing Americana, rockabilly, bluegrass, folk, country and blues music. The band includes film critic and BBC television presenter Mark Kermode, along with Mike Hammond and Aly Hirji. The band played on the BBC Two programme The Culture Show, which is co-presented by Kermode, on 19 May 2007.

Kermode has described the band as “guitars, banjo, slap bass, harmonica - and no drums, which is essentially a hillbilly/skiffle set-up. The music we play definitely leans toward rockabilly, but the choice of material is somewhat older, our set includes Washboard Sam’s Who Pumped the Wind in My Doughnut, which remains one of the greatest and rudest songs ever written. I think the best way of describing what we do is to say that we play songs about transport and homicide…with occasional episodes of drunkenness”

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  • tph0mes

    Heard them on Simon Mayo - BBC Radio five live earlier this week. Awesome.

    6 Jun 2009 Reply
  • Haseknumber39

    I remember them with The Subways @ Southampton Guildhall... They where great!

    13 Nov 2008 Reply

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