Well Hungarians

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Well Hungarians
OriginSt. Louis, Missouri, United States
GenresRock, Country, Americana
Instrument(s)Vocals, guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums, steel guitar, fiddle, piano,
Years active1993–present
LabelsLeopold Enterprises
  • Johnny Holzum
  • Keith Barton
  • Greg Bunton
  • Joey Miner
  • Ethan Morris

Well Hungarians (formed 1993 in Cahokia, IL near St. Louis, MO) are an American country music and rock music band.

Members and history[edit]

The band consists of Johnny Holzum (vocals, bass, songwriter, founder), Keith Barton (pedal steel guitar, guitar), Greg Bunton (vocals, drums), Joey Miner (vocals, acoustic guitar, fiddle), and Ethan Morris (vocals, electric guitar, piano). To date, the band has released three albums[1][2] and have charted four singles. The band was also named New Music Weekly 2006 Country Band of the Year.[3]

Originating from the St. Louis/Southern Illinois area, they have performed in concert with many music greats. The band has charted four consecutive singles from their popular CD's, "Sorry 'bout the Mess" and "Diamonds and Love" the songs have received airplay in the U.S. and ten other countries worldwide. The band was awarded Country Group of the Year in 2006 by New Music Weekly Magazine.


Studio albums[edit]

Year Album
1999 Framed
2004 Sorry 'Bout the Mess
2015 Bona Fide


Year Single Album
2003 "Sorry 'Bout The Mess" Sorry 'Bout The Mess
2004 "Rock 'n' Roll Singer"
"Betty Rides Around"
2007 "Diamonds and Love" Single Only


  1. ^ Dale-Risk, Caroline (November 2004). "CD Reviews: The Well Hungarians", Maverick – the new voice of country music, p. 81.
  2. ^ (January 8, 2006). "The high-octane Hungarians: Country rock band makes a living at its trade", Belleville News-Democrat, p. 4M.
  3. ^ "2016 NEW MUSIC AWARDS..And the WINNERS are. . . – New Music Weekly". New Music Weekly. 9 March 2016. Retrieved 27 August 2018.

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