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About The Geraldine Fibbers

Southern California's Geraldine Fibbers arose in the mid-'90s with a sound that was equal parts Punk Rock and country music. Blessed with the scratchy vocals of Carla Bozulich (formerly of Ethyl Meatplow), the band were able to secure a contract with a major label. The intriguing Get Thee Gone found the Geraldine Fibbers in their finest hour, playing Traditional Country with Post-Punk attitude, alternating slide guitars with cathartic, gut-wrenching wails. Although the band are unafraid to delve into the land of the upright bass and pedal steel, they could hardly fall into No Depression territory with their wounded screams and cacophonous din.

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Listen toThe Geraldine Fibberson Rhapsody

Southern California's Geraldine Fibbers arose in the mid-'90s with a sound that was equal parts Punk Rock and country music. Blessed with the scratchy vocals of Carla Bozulich (formerly of Ethyl Meatplow), the band were able to secure a contract with a major label. The intriguing Get Thee Gone found the Geraldine Fibbers in their finest hour, playing Traditional Country with Post-Punk attitude, alternating slide guitars with cathartic, gut-wrenching wails. Although the band are unafraid to delve into the land of the upright bass and pedal steel, they could hardly fall into No Depression territory with their wounded screams and cacophonous din.

About The Geraldine Fibbers

Southern California's Geraldine Fibbers arose in the mid-'90s with a sound that was equal parts Punk Rock and country music. Blessed with the scratchy vocals of Carla Bozulich (formerly of Ethyl Meatplow), the band were able to secure a contract with a major label. The intriguing Get Thee Gone found the Geraldine Fibbers in their finest hour, playing Traditional Country with Post-Punk attitude, alternating slide guitars with cathartic, gut-wrenching wails. Although the band are unafraid to delve into the land of the upright bass and pedal steel, they could hardly fall into No Depression territory with their wounded screams and cacophonous din.

About The Geraldine Fibbers

Southern California's Geraldine Fibbers arose in the mid-'90s with a sound that was equal parts Punk Rock and country music. Blessed with the scratchy vocals of Carla Bozulich (formerly of Ethyl Meatplow), the band were able to secure a contract with a major label. The intriguing Get Thee Gone found the Geraldine Fibbers in their finest hour, playing Traditional Country with Post-Punk attitude, alternating slide guitars with cathartic, gut-wrenching wails. Although the band are unafraid to delve into the land of the upright bass and pedal steel, they could hardly fall into No Depression territory with their wounded screams and cacophonous din.