The Ducky Boys Bio:
The Ducky Boys formed in 1995 in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston. After overcoming incredible odds the Ducky Boys took their street level rock n' roll national by 1999 and toured the country with such acts as Dropkick Murphys, Oxymoron, the US Bombs, the Distillers and Blanks 77. The band went into hibernation before 2000 and only made sporadic appearances in the Northeast over the next few years. Founding members Mark Lind and Jason Messina decided to celebrate their 8th anniversary as a band with a full on comeback with plans to make a new record and become active again. With the addition of Douglas Sullivan and Steve Young, the Ducky Boys are stronger than ever with a unified message and goal.
The Ducky Boys take inspiration from the music of Bruce Springsteen, Social Distortion, Rancid, the Clash, the Replacements and a dozen more rock n' roll greats and combine it with their own experience and perspective to make a sound of their own that has gone on to influence other great bands in recent years. Their last CD, Dark Days, on GMM RECORDS, holds a special place in the heart of many and the Ducky Boys aim to pick up where that record left off and add more to the soundtrack of their lives and the lives of those who have supported them.