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About Mudboy & The Neutrons

This group is lead by singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge and Memphis legend Jim Dickinson. Dickinson is best known as a record producer (Replacements, Ry Cooder, Green on Red) and piano player (Flamin' Groovies, Rolling Stones), and he relishes getting a loose, funky vibe going -- which this band has in spades. The band gets together in Memphis infrequently, and their gigs have become legendary events. Their scant recorded output includes lovingly shambling takes on material from artists as disparate as Sir Mack Rice and Fred Neil.

Listen toMudboy & The Neutronson Rhapsody

This group is lead by singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge and Memphis legend Jim Dickinson. Dickinson is best known as a record producer (Replacements, Ry Cooder, Green on Red) and piano player (Flamin' Groovies, Rolling Stones), and he relishes getting a loose, funky vibe going -- which this band has in spades. The band gets together in Memphis infrequently, and their gigs have become legendary events. Their scant recorded output includes lovingly shambling takes on material from artists as disparate as Sir Mack Rice and Fred Neil.

About Mudboy & The Neutrons

This group is lead by singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge and Memphis legend Jim Dickinson. Dickinson is best known as a record producer (Replacements, Ry Cooder, Green on Red) and piano player (Flamin' Groovies, Rolling Stones), and he relishes getting a loose, funky vibe going -- which this band has in spades. The band gets together in Memphis infrequently, and their gigs have become legendary events. Their scant recorded output includes lovingly shambling takes on material from artists as disparate as Sir Mack Rice and Fred Neil.

About Mudboy & The Neutrons

This group is lead by singer-songwriter Sid Selvidge and Memphis legend Jim Dickinson. Dickinson is best known as a record producer (Replacements, Ry Cooder, Green on Red) and piano player (Flamin' Groovies, Rolling Stones), and he relishes getting a loose, funky vibe going -- which this band has in spades. The band gets together in Memphis infrequently, and their gigs have become legendary events. Their scant recorded output includes lovingly shambling takes on material from artists as disparate as Sir Mack Rice and Fred Neil.