Win UGLY's New CD 'UGLY ... TODAY!
On a particularly nasty night at the Cleveland Music Festival in 2003, two Midwestern bands (Bridge and Outspoken) performed on the Agora stage to a rowdy rock n roll crowd. After the show, Geo Teubl (Bridge) and Frank Green (Outspoken) drunkenly fought in the parking lot, solidifying a friendship in only the way excessive amounts of Southern Comfort and rock star antics can!
Two years later Outspoken broke-up and the guitarist (Kevin McCreery) contacted Geo Teubl after hearing Bridge had also parted ways. The two began writing immediately and after their first jam session with Donnie Highland (drums, Outspoken) and Frank Green (bass guitar, Outspoken), the band Ugly was formed.
With less than a year under their belt, Ugly already has an impressive fan base all across the Midwest. Born from the blue-collar smoke stacks of Detroit, Michigan, Ugly is stitched from the same thread as infamous Detroit rockers such as Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent and Kid Rock.
Heavy, shredding guitars riffs combined with slamming, skin penetrating drum beats meet Geo Teubls vocals that sound as if Ronnie Van Zant, Danny Joe Brown and Jim Morrison just shared a bottle of whiskey and are singing from the bottom of their ugly souls.
The band has finished recording their debut release and is scheduled for release in 2007. Rick Parashar produced the album tenatively named "Ugly" and is full of good old fashioned, in your face rock and roll!Look out cause 2007 is gonna get Ugly! ......and the story continues..... stay tuned for MORE ugly details coming soon!
So, if you would like to win one of these new debut CDs and you think you know all there is to know about Detroit, Michigan, just answer this easy question: Between which period of years was Detroit the capital of Michigan?!
Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new CDs! Just send us an e:mail here before October 15th with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: UGLY CDs to: firstname.lastname@example.org