Rumpus rides again

Wild RumpusAs you can read in my story for today’s Charleston Daily Mail, 2013 was not a very good year for Fayetteville-based band The Wild Rumpus.

First, lead singer Andrew Adkins was bit by a brown recluse spider. The venom destroyed his pancreas.

Then guitarist Alan Sizemore blacked out onstage. It turned out to be a stroke, caused by the sudden onset of Type-1 diabetes.

The band lost a third of its gigs last year, but is now back on the road. This Friday, they’ll play the Boulevard Tavern in downtown Charleston.

Here’s a listen to the Rumpus’ new album, “Shake Yer Rumpus.”



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