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The Slackers

The Slackers

The Slackers are a New York City band, formed in Manhattan in 1991. The band's sound is a mix of ska, rocksteady, reggae, dub, soul, garage rock, and jazz. The Slackers' notability is credited to their prolific career, tours of North America, Europe, and elsewhere, and signing to notable punk label Hellcat Records.There are several side projects of The Slackers, including David Hillyard & The Rocksteady Seven, Crazy Baldhead Sound System, Da Whole Thing, the SKAndalous All Stars, as well as an acoustic solo project by Vic Ruggiero.Current lineupVic Ruggiero - keyboards, vocalsJay "Agent Jay" Nugent - guitarDave Hillyard - saxophoneGlen Pine - trombone, vocalsMarcus Geard - bassAra Babajian - drumsFormer members and contributorsMarq "Q-Maxx 4:20" Lyn - vocalsTJ Scanlon - guitarLuis "Zulu" Zuluaga - drumsJeremy "Mush One" Mushlin - trumpet, vocalsAllen Teboul - drumsDunia Best- vocals, fluteJeff "King Django" Baker - tromboneTobias Fields - congasEric "E-ROC" Singer - alto saxophoneVictor Rice - bassDave Hahn - lead guitarBen Lewis - trumpetJustin Redekop - trumpetFormer Producers and CollaboratorsMarq Lyn - ProducerTobias Fields - Producer, SongwriterZack levine - ProducerEric Sierra - Song WriterDavid Lindome - Producer


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