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The

Band

 

Rich Morton - Vocals/Lead Guitar

Jimmy Long - Vocals/Bass Guitar

Joe Crotty - Rhythm Guitar

Anthony Priolo - Drums

BIO

 

Them Scoundrels are an alternative rock band from Long Island, New York. Them Scoundrels were formed in the fall of 2012 as a power rock trio featuring vocalist/guitarist Rich Morton, bassist Joe Crotty, and drummer Anthony Priolo. In 2014, Them Scoundrels recorded their self-tilted EP at Sabella's Studio with the guidance and expertise of Jim Sabella and Matt Murphey. Their self-tilted EP illustrates the band's ability to create diverse musical forms that transcend alternative, hard rock, punk, ska/reggae, and folk music to formulate a unique and eclectic sound characterized by the core human emotions of love, loss, grief, and hope. Them Scoundrels have worked diligently and passionately to create a musical paradigm that is indicative of their love for music, and most importantly, their commitment to contribute to contemporary songwriting and performance. In 2018, Tara Terrah joined Them Scoundrels as co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist, bringing a new unrefined and aggressive resonance to the band’s music. In April 2021, Them Scoundrels released their second EP, Disillusioned, a a concept album regarding the trials and tribulations we all must face in modernity. The EP was produced under the meticulous guidance of Jast Collum of Freedom Soundworks. Disillusioned demonstrates Them Scoundrels unique ability to harness a myriad of genres to create their eclectic and genuine sound, while staying true to their principles, convictions, and musical vocation. In the fall of 2023, the band experienced several lineup changes. Joe Crotty took assumed rhythm guitar duties and Jimmy Long joined the band in September as a co-lead vocalist and bassist. His punk background and songwriting have fostered a more nuanced version of Them Scoundrels musical pedigree. Over the course of the preceding years, Them Scoundrels have performed and shared their music at a diverse array of respected music venues in Long Island and New York City, including Mr. Beery's, Revolution, K.J. Farrell's, Arlene’s Grocery, Connolly’s Klub 45, Pianos, and 89 North.

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