Red Bennies

Red Bennies

Red Bennies is a rock group from Salt Lake City, Utah.Founded in 1994, their early work consisted of grunge stoner rock to post-grunge hard-core. Since the year 2000, they have played garage rock punk rock to motown influenced white soul. They are a recognized as an influential staple of the Salt Lake City music scene.

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