November 10, 2007

Muggs bounced from band search

Detroit News:
"The Detroit-based blues band the Muggs had a great run on Fox's 'The Next Great American Band.' Their luck ran out on Friday's episode, however, when it was revealed the band didn't rack up enough votes to continue on the show. Both the Muggs and all-girl band Rocket were eliminated.

The Muggs were chosen by producers as one of 61 bands to audition for the show. Celebrity judges Johnny Rzeznik, Sheila E. and Australian Ian Dickson were floored by the trio's audition, gave them a flawless review and invited them to be one of 12 bands to be part of the show.

The band survived the first round when they had to play an original and a Bob Dylan cover. Judge Dickson gave singer Danny Methric a hard time about his voice, saying he's not a very good singer. Methric's response: 'I could've told you that.'"


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