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Tucker Booth

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In 2004 Tucker Booth released his second album with the help of St. Louis’ artist community. Johnny O’Neil, Keith Mangles and MF Drew played bass, Helias, DJ Crucial, DJ Trackstar and DJ K-9 did scratches and a whole slew of cameos from Midwest Avengers to Honors English to Earthworms to Serengeti to Nyquill sewed the album together.

Buy the instrumental album from Bandcamp for $10, and we’ll send you the original CD for free.

More about: Tucker Booth

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Tucker Booth is a man of many talents. While out and about in his hometown of St. Louis, you might find him playing street music for tips on Delmar Boulevard, rapping with his fellow Frozen Foods in the club, rehabbing rundown homes in the Maplewood area, or putting shingles on the palatial mansions of West County with college roofers. Booth discovered the stage at an early age, performing in talent shows and musicals throughout middle school, and then starring in a number of plays during high school and college. His love of music and theatre created an easy transition to front-man and lead singer for several bands in the St. Louis area. In 2001 Booth joined forces with Jonathan Toth from Hoth, adding his creative talents to The Frozen Food Section. He has served as lead vocalist, publicist, promoter, and concert booker for Frozen Food since 2002. Booth and Toth have released 8 albums to date: Will Rap 4 Food (2003), Tucker Booth 4 President (2004), Valet (2006), ExBoyfriend (2009), ExFiles (2010), The Dark Side EP and Men With Beards (2011). His 8th release is a compilation of previously unreleased acoustic ballads entitled Loves, which is available for free download from their website.

Tucker Now Lives In Redondo Beach, CA with his family and is currently booking shows and selling his music independently. For booking or sales info email tuckerbooth@hotmail.com or call (424) 400-9399.

He writes for www.hiphopclub.biz, “Tucker Booth Needs A Blog” and locashmagazine.com.

He emcees and hosts Mondays from 4:00 to 7pm (St. Lou time) on www.killradio.org

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