“Remember the rippin’ guitar and tribal drums sounds of the early 70’s, bands like Santana, Little Feat, Allman Brothers and ZZ Top? Peppertown does. From the rolling hills and farm lands of southeastern Indiana, Peppertown has garnered praise from regional fans for years and is now capturing national attention. Their sound is recognizable and gritty. With a musical fusion of roots, blues and acoustic rock, the band has a classic sound with a modern edge.
The latest musical offering out of Bright Indiana, Peppertown, is a roots driven rock band with a unique sound of their own. Peppertown formed in late 2005 after the break up of another local/national band Pure Grain. Drummer, Brian DeBruler and percussionist, Michelle D’Amico, rhythm section of Pure Grain, joined forces with vocalist, Scott Seifferman and guitarist, Ryan Baker of the acoustic duo Peppertown just over a year ago. After 3 bass players the group has finally settled in with friend Artie Chaney.
The group has toured extensively and is making an ever increasing fanbase across the country.