Two hours before a radio gig on KUCI last year, May McDonough's band bailed on her via text message. So she called on a couple of friends: Lo Schmitt to fill in on drums and Rusty Huber to play trumpet and the bicycle he rode in on, brushing its spokes for percussion and taping its chains to the singer's ankles. After this gypsy-troubador arrangement of her set, they added bassist Xavier Cabrera a month later, thus forming May McDonough and Co.—a noir-folk junkyard outfit who have caught our ear with their... More >>>