June (North Carolina band)

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Origin Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Genres Indie Rock
Years active 1992–1996
Labels Beggars Banquet
Associated acts Cucoloris
D-Town Brass
Two Dollar Pistols
Malt Swagger
Members Kat Cook, vocals
Tricia Tuttle, guitar and vocals
Andy Magowan, bass
John Price, guitar
John Howie Jr., drums
Past members Mathew Gross, drums

June was an American indie rock band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina.


June was active in Chapel Hill from 1992 to 1996. The band released three singles (one of them produced by Mitch Easter) and became the subject of a minor bidding war before signing to Beggars Banquet in 1995. Their first album, I Am Beautiful, was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and released in spring 1996. The band broke up in August 1996, after a final live performance that month at an all-day music festival held at Durham Athletic Park.


  • Kat Cook - vocals
  • John Price - guitar
  • Tricia Tuttle - guitar and vocals
  • Andy Magowan - bass guitar, violin
  • Mathew Gross - drums (1992-1994)
  • John Howie Jr. - drums (1995-1996)


  • I Am Beautiful (1996)


  • "I Am Beautiful/Theme of the Anti-Hero" (spring 1993, Friction Media; out of print)
  • "Stripteaser/Long Dance" (autumn 1993, Friction Media; out of print)
  • "Genius/All of Me" (1994, Squealer Records)


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