Umphrey’s McGee

Joel Voorman

Formed by students at the University of Notre Dame in December 1997, members were guitarist/vocalist Brendan Bayliss, bassist Ryan Stasik, keyboardist Joel Cummins, and drummer Mike Mirro. Umphrey’s McGee combined members of Tashi Station and Stomper Bob, two Notre Dame rock bands. Early concerts consisted of both originals and cover songs, including Guns N’ Roses’ “Patience” and Vince Guaraldi’s Peanuts theme “Linus and Lucy,” as well as songs by Phish, moe., and Grateful Dead.

Umphrey’s McGee has become widely established on the American jam band circuit and have become known as one of more ambitious and musically versatile acts in the genre. Their wild amalgam of funk, metal, progressive rock, electronic, jazz, and folk has played out over numerous live and studio albums including 2006’s Safety in Numbers and 2009’s experimental Mantis. Since their early days, Umphrey’s McGee have nurtured a dedicated and homegrown audience while presenting their music in innovative ways; they have set up programs offering live recordings to fans immediately after the show and instituted a unique Hall of Fame series in which fans vote on the best performances of the year to be released on an annual live compilation. In the 2010s, the band continued to thrive, issuing an album tracked at London’s famed Abbey Road Studios and releasing the 2018 companion albums It’s Not Us and It’s You.

On June 16, 2021, Umphrey’s released their most recent album, ‘You Walked Up Shaking In Your Boots But You Stood Tall And Left A Raging Bull.’


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