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Umphrey's McGee is an American progressive rock/jam band formed in 1997 at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. They are renowned for their live performances and have been featured on CNN, NPR, and the Travel Channel’s Body Count series.
Umphrey's McGee began as a cover band and their first gig was at the University of Notre Dame’s basement in 1997. After gaining the attention of the local scene and the college population, they gained recognition and recognition in the local Chicago circuit.
Umphrey's McGee was founded by guitarist Brendan Bayliss and bassist Ryan Stasik (Bacevice). In 1998, the band released their first studio album, "Greatest Hits Vol. III" and went on to incorporate members Joel Cummins (keyboards/vocals) and Andy Farag (percussion). In 2000, Andy Cahill joined the band on drums, and Jake Cinninger (guitar/vocals) joined in 2002.
Umphrey's McGee has released over 11 studio albums since their inception, including the 2003 double album Anchor Drops, and the Grammy-nominated "Mantis," in 2009, which showcased a progressive, more experimental sound.
Umphrey's McGee is known as one of the earliest pioneers of the "jam band" scene, as well as a forerunner in the fusion of rock, jazz, funk, and improvisation. They have developed an impressive live following and continue to cultivate a loyal fanbase due to their high energy live shows.
Brendan Bayliss (guitar/vocals)
Ryan Stasik (bass)
Joel Cummins (keyboards/vocals)
Andy Farag (percussion)
Andy Cahill (drums)
Jake Cinninger (guitar/vocals)
Umphrey's McGee has a plethora of great songs under their belt, but here are some of their most fan-favorite songs:
"Bad Friday" "Words" "Miss Tinkle’s Overture" "Divisions" "Hajimemashite" "Bridgeless" "Le Blitz" "Wife Soup" "40’s Theme" "Alex’s House"
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