The Hentchmen

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The Hentchmen
OriginDetroit, Michigan, U.S.
GenresGarage punk
Garage rock

The Hentchmen are an American garage punk band from Detroit, Michigan, United States, formed in October 1992. Early performances were in Ann Arbor and Detroit. Occasionally the band featured Jack White before he formed the White Stripes.


The instrumental part of the Hentchmen's "Chrissy Rides Again" on the Broad Appeal album, is similar to the extended instrumental added to the live performance by the Lene Lovich band, when playing "Lucky Number" on the TV show Rock Goes to College.[1]


  • John Szymanski – organ, vocals
  • Tim Purrier – guitar
  • Chris Handyside – drums
  • Mike Latulippe – drums
  • Jack White – occasional guest member



  • Ultra Hentch 1994
  • Campus Party 1995
  • Broad Appeal 1997
  • Motorvatin 1998
  • Hentch-Forth.Five 1998
  • Three Times Infinity 2002
  • Form Follows Function 2004
  • The Hentchmen 2008
  • It's Hentch-O-Ween 2010


  1. ^ "RGTC Lene Lovich Lucky Number". YouTube. Retrieved 12 September 2020.

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