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Puddle of Mudd, Whiskey Fish
When: Fri., May 1, 8 p.m. 2015
Kansas City post-grunge rockers Puddle of Mudd—famous for their hits "Blurry" and the angsty "She Hates Me" off their 2001 release, Come Clean—have been working on new material: a full-length studio album, and a non-album single, "Piece of the Action." The new single has a Southern twang with an undercurrent of grunge, and while the verses hit closer to Come Clean than the band has in the last decade, the chorus is a faster, unexpected shift to classic rock. Salt Lake City country rock band Whiskey Fish opens. (Tiffany Frandsen)