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Three Husbands on the Loose

“Three Husbands On The Loose” is a trio of very old (hey!) friends from Ionia: Bryan Kimble, David McCord, and Doug Trumble. Bryan and David have known each other since infancy, their parents having been chums in Ionia High School, and Doug met up with them in Jr. High. It was after High School, though, that the muse brought the three of them together. In the mid-1970s, they formed a band (along with David’s brother Todd on drums) called “Glass Freeway.”

Bryan Kimble is the bass player and harmony singer, David McCord is lead singer and guitarist, and Doug Trumble is lead singer and plays mandolin and guitar for the band.

The music has mellowed over the years, and though their roots are still in the 70s the range of music they play covers many centuries! They summarize their brand of music as “acoustic harmonies you can sing along to.” The play list includes the Eagles, Beatles, Doobie Brothers, CCR and James Taylor, but drifts far afield of this genre with songs from Bing Crosby, Hank Williams, Pink Floyd, Barenaked Ladies, Matchbox 20, and even Kermit the Frog. In addition, audiences will hear many original compositions from the group spanning their decades of musical experience.

Overall, the last few years has fulfilled the basic philosophy that “we’re in it for the fun of it - and hope the audience has fun, too.” The band’s name is a bit of a misnomer. Back in the Glass Freeway days, the boys looked out past the microphones at their girlfriends, and those girlfriends became their wives. Breaking with tradition, all three marriages are still intact to this day, and those wives are not only supportive, but are also out there past the microphones again at every gig. These three husbands may be “on the loose” in some ways, but accompanied always by their fondest fans.
Thanks for your interest!