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180 OUT joins Thumper Punk Records

Regardless of musical taste, you can’t help but get up into the front row with 180 OUT and become a part of what they are doing!  A musical combination of 50’s rockabilly, 60’s surf/punk, 70’s funk, and 80’s rock infused with today’s punk sound, create a unique experience and sound that is absolutely captivating.

180 OUT features catchy melodies and strong Truthful lyrics penned by Joe Dukes, with bass and vocal support by Grace Dukes, and back beat provided by Spencer Dukes.  The band family has recently relocated back to California, and is in the process of writing and recording their second album for release later this year.  So, take off your Doc Martens and put on your Chuck Taylors, and get ready to dance!  Find out more about 180 OUT at:

http://www.facebook.com/pages/180-OUT/23974494853

http://www.reverbnation.com/180out

Thumper Punk Records (www.thumperpunkrecords.com) helps artists record, produce and distribute music that reflects a positive, Christ-centered message.

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