Get our debut album!

Our brand new, debut album, "Leave It At The Door", is now available! We are so excited for you to hear it! To order a physical copy, see below:


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Shipping and handling is included in the price. Continental US ONLY. Want a CD outside of the US? Contact us at blues4ugrl@yahoo.com to get a quote on shipping and an invoice.


The album is also available for download on just about any digital partner you can think of, including the most popular sites like iTunes, Amazon and CDBaby.


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We also now carry t-shirts in sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL and 3XL!




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About Us

The Incorruptibles are a Milwaukee-based, vocal-driven trio playing roots rock & roll, blues and rockabilly.


  Jimmy McCarthy
Guitar/Lead Vocals
Jimmy boasts nearly 40 years of experience on the Wisconsin blues scene, having played with Bojo Gray, Night Train, Perry Weber & The Wonder Rods, Cadillac Pete & The Heat and Perry Weber & The Devilles. He has shared the stage with such blues luminaries as Nick Moss, Madison Slim, Billy Flynn and the great Hubert Sumlin. His love of vintage R&B and early Rock & Roll -- and a fortuitous encounter with bassist and kindred spirit Amy Ashby -- led to the formation of The Incorruptibles in 2012. Jimmy is also a licensed pilot and published novelist.




Amy Ashby
Upright Bass/Lead Vocals
Amy has been playing electric bass since age 12. She played jazz all through Middle and High School, and attributes those years to building the solid, technical foundation of her playing today. Amy attended open blues jams and started playing in bands while still in High School, and has been an active musician ever since. For the last 25 years she has primarily been a dedicated blues bass guitarist, and has had the privilege of sitting in, jamming or playing shows with a good many of the blues artists in the Midwest. Artists include: Cadillac Pete, Billy Flynn, Dave Specter, Reverend Raven, Studebaker John, Stokes, Milwaukee Slim, Larry Byrne, Howard Luedtke, Perry Weber, Bill Engel, West Side Andy, Mel Ford, Dave Potter, Bobby Evans, Paul Filipowicz & more. Since relocating to Milwaukee in 2010, she has been playing upright bass as a primary instrument, started singing more lead vocals and has branched out into other genres.
 




  Bill Siebert
Drums/Backing Vocals
Bill has spent the last 35 years playing drums both locally and on the road. Between the ages of 20-28, he toured extensively throughout the US. Over the years he has played with groups such as The Shuffleaires, Cadillac Pete and Heat, Milktrain and Big Bob & The Ballroom Blitz.




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Reviews

Here's a review of our White Alligator Shoes 2-song single in the Shepherd Express in November of 2014:

"Milwaukee blues veterans Jimmy McCarthy and Bill Siebert and a more recent transplant to the city, Amy Ashby, team up for roots rocking, rockabilly good times with a name that could be Marvel Comics' next super hero team. Singing stand-up bassist Ashby brings 'tude to spare on "White Alligator Shoes", notable at least for the revival of "hussy" as a feminine insult. McCarthy assays lead vocals with a sprightlier stride on "Laugh Out Loud", with a melody sounding like the step between Buddy Holly's Crickets and The Beatles in their Hamburg residency. This is a most personable introduction to a band proffering a sound that never really goes out of style." - Jamie Lee Rake



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Electronic Press Kit

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Our song list is included in our EPK.






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