Bantam Rooster

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Bantam Rooster was an American garage punk band, formed in 1994 in Lansing, Michigan and disbanded in 2003. Bantam Rooster was a duo composed of vocalist and guitarist Thomas Jackson Potter and drummer Eric Cook with later members Mike Alonso and Nick Lloyd filling in on drums.

The group were first signed to Crypt Records in 1996, releasing Deal Me In in 1997 and Cross and the Switchblade in 1999. In 2000, they moved to the Sympathy for the Record Industry imprint for the release of Fuck All Y'All. Bantam Rooster disbanded in 2003 as Potter formed the funk rock band Detroit City Council.


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