|Origin||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Labels||7 Records, Winding Way Records, Interscope Records, Shanachie Records|
|Past members||Chuck Treece|
Huffamoose formed in Philadelphia, with the original lineup including Craig Elkins (vocals, guitar), Kevin Hanson (guitar, vocals), Jim Stager (bass) and Erik Johnson (drums). This remained consistent until sometime in 1999, when Erik Johnson quit the band after a tour stop on the Horde Tour. He was replaced by Chuck Treece.
Huffamoose released their first album in 14 years, …And That’s When the Golf Ball Hit Me in the Head on November 23, 2018. The band returned to their original lineup for the album.
The documentary Here Comes Huffamoose follows the band as they made the journey from being the probable "next big thing" to their ultimate demise. It was screened at the Silver Lake Film Festival in 2003. In the March 2004 edition of Premiere, Cameron Crowe named it as one of the best rock movies of all time.
The group reunited for live shows in 2009, and continues to play sporadic shows at local venues in the Philadelphia area.
- Huffamoose (1993)
- We've Been Had Again (1997)
- I Wanna Be Your Pants (2000)
- Kneeslappers (2004)
- The Death of Cool (2004)
- …And That’s When the Golf Ball Hit Me in the Head (2018)
- (15 June 1997). PUTTING THEIR SPIN ON RECORD THOSE DREADED CREATIVE DIFFERENCES PUT THREE YEARS BETWEEN HUFFAMOOSE AND THE RELEASE OF THE DEBUT ALBUM. BUT DILIGENCE PAID OFF FOR THE LOCAL BAND., Philadelphia Inquirer
- Hanifin, C.E. (5 July 1998). Band has no problem taking life in stride - Formed under gloom and doom, group is content to simply enjoy the music, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
- (8 January 2010). Philly Blunt: Huffamoose, Magnet (magazine)
- Benedetti, Winda (18 July 1997). Huffamoose Mixes A Tasty Blending Of Rock And Jazz, Spokesman Review
- Billboard, Allmusic
- Takiff, Jonathan (6 March 1998). Two-hit Base Puts Huffamoose In Scoring Position, Philadelphia Inquirer