Big Mouth still going strong

For 27 years and counting Big Mouth and the Power Tool Horns is still touring the area and entertaining crowds with a variety of music.  Featuring a brass horn section that fits the band’s name, Big Mouth was originally formed by Jay Whitney, who moved to Door County,  in 1990, and teamed with  Pat Judy, Woody Mankowski, and Paul Sowinski.  A few years later a horn section was added and the Power Tool Horns were born.   Sowinski, who lives in Fish Creek, says band members have changed over the years, but Big Mouth is still bringing a unique style of sound their fans appreciate. 



 Big Mouth recently released an album called “The Look” and is at the Algoma Performing Arts Center with the Algoma High School band Friday night. 


(photo courtesy of Big Mouth)


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