Artist Amy Crehore and her luthier husband Lou Reimuller are also musicians. They have a duo called The Hokum Scorchers. Here's are 10 delightful songs they recorded in the 1990s.
We play various instruments on these recordings. This is traditional hokum music: jug band, blues and rags. We played at Bumbershoot, Seattle Folklife, Ken Kesey's events and other festivals and venues in the northwest. And, in 2009, we played at my solo art show opening in L.A.
The Hokum Scorchers
Just what we needed, said exactly no one.
* whether they deserve one or not
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