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About Big Chief

The late, lamented Big Chief melded the proto-Punk/Metal sound synonymous with Ann Arbor, Mich. (e.g., MC5, Stooges) with a sly sense of humor and an obvious love for Motor City Funk, blues and R&B. The band started out recording for small labels such as Get Hip before moving to Sub Pop and finally to Capitol. Their sound grew constantly, from a stripped-down, savage guitar attack to multilayered Hard Rock and Funk complete with horns and backup singers. The band, just a few short years ahead of the Funk Metal explosion, broke up after finding little mainstream success with their major label offering.

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Listen toBig Chiefon Napster

The late, lamented Big Chief melded the proto-Punk/Metal sound synonymous with Ann Arbor, Mich. (e.g., MC5, Stooges) with a sly sense of humor and an obvious love for Motor City Funk, blues and R&B. The band started out recording for small labels such as Get Hip before moving to Sub Pop and finally to Capitol. Their sound grew constantly, from a stripped-down, savage guitar attack to multilayered Hard Rock and Funk complete with horns and backup singers. The band, just a few short years ahead of the Funk Metal explosion, broke up after finding little mainstream success with their major label offering.

About Big Chief

The late, lamented Big Chief melded the proto-Punk/Metal sound synonymous with Ann Arbor, Mich. (e.g., MC5, Stooges) with a sly sense of humor and an obvious love for Motor City Funk, blues and R&B. The band started out recording for small labels such as Get Hip before moving to Sub Pop and finally to Capitol. Their sound grew constantly, from a stripped-down, savage guitar attack to multilayered Hard Rock and Funk complete with horns and backup singers. The band, just a few short years ahead of the Funk Metal explosion, broke up after finding little mainstream success with their major label offering.

About Big Chief

The late, lamented Big Chief melded the proto-Punk/Metal sound synonymous with Ann Arbor, Mich. (e.g., MC5, Stooges) with a sly sense of humor and an obvious love for Motor City Funk, blues and R&B. The band started out recording for small labels such as Get Hip before moving to Sub Pop and finally to Capitol. Their sound grew constantly, from a stripped-down, savage guitar attack to multilayered Hard Rock and Funk complete with horns and backup singers. The band, just a few short years ahead of the Funk Metal explosion, broke up after finding little mainstream success with their major label offering.