Royce Nunley

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Royce Nunley (born Royce Asher Nunley in 1976) currently sings lead vocals in Blueprint 76. He founded Blueprint 76 in 2002 after eight years in The Suicide Machines. He owns and runs Ringside Recording Studios and Broken Spoke Records in Detroit, Michigan. He has produced several mainstream bands such as The Insyderz, Tooth Fuzz, The Suicide Machines, The Van Ermans, Blueprint 76 and Mr. Meano and the Clodhoppers. While recording Mr. Meano, Ken Witzgall hit on Nunley's wife, this led to a heated rivalry between the two.[citation needed] Nunley is also a seasoned tour manager and has managed many bands including The Suicide Machines, Sick Of It All, Reverend Horton Heat and Blueprint 76. He is a sound engineer for many Detroit area clubs including "The Shelter" and "The Cobo Arena" and has run sound for several touring bands including Reverend Horton Heat, A New Found Glory and more.

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