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Bad Livers

Bad Livers

The Bad Livers were a band from Austin, Texas whose inventive musical style defied attempts to categorize them according to existing genres. The original lineup, formed in 1990, included Danny Barnes on banjo, guitar and resonator guitar, Mark Rubin on upright bass and tuba, and Ralph White III on fiddle and accordion. Barnes composed the majority of the group's original songs. When White left the group at the end of 1996, he was briefly replaced by Bob Grant on mandolin and guitar. Barnes and Rubin then continued to perform and record as a duo until unofficially dissolving the band in 2000.

Bad Livers • Aka the Mad Cat Trio

Released August 10, 2009

Bad Livers • Blood And Mood

Released February 22, 2000

Bad Livers • Delusions of Banjer

Released September 15, 1992

Bad Livers • Dust on the Bible

Released January 17, 1994

Bad Livers • Hogs On The Highway

Released February 18, 1987

Bad Livers • Horses in the Mines

Released April 11, 1994