Jeremy Porter and the Tucos are an original rock and roll band playing classic American style powerpop, rockabilly,
roots-rock/Alt-country, and indie/alternative. If you must call it something, call it Detroit Rock and Roll. Their
influences include Cheap Trick, Uncle Tupelo, X, Drive-By Truckers, Hüsker Dü, and just about anything else
that rocks, swings, two-steps, or staggers.
The Tucos formed in late 2010 in the Detroit suburbs. They've toured the US and Canada many
times, and the UK in 2018. They have four full-length albums out and several 7” singles and contributions to
comps and collections. They’ve played with several big-name touring bands, including Cracker, Soul Asylum, Sponge,
Lydia Loveless, Supersuckers, Beach Slang, and many more. The Tucos partner with Lansing, MI-based GTG Records
distributed by Recess Ops Distribution
Jeremy and his bandmates, Jake and Gabriel are easy going, easy to work with, punctual,
professional, and hard working. They promote like hell and can play any room from the big rock clubs to the corner coffee shops, and
adjust the set, volume, and performance accordingly. They can play all night long, or they can easily fall in
on a bill with other bands. They want everyone to feel safe and welcome at their shows, regardless of race, color, gender,
gender expression, favorite Star Wars character, or anything else.
For a more extensive bio, check out their Wikipedia page
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to view/download our 2022 Bio/One Sheet [PDF].