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The boys of Mumford & Sons will wait for you, but sometimes a guy’s gotta shed the overalls and awake their souls at a famous strip club in the American South after a show.
The London folk rockers were among the attendees at Atlanta’s Clermont Lounge Tuesday night (Sept. 10) following a show at the city’s Centennial Olympic Park and, according to Paste, were thrown out after a scuffle between the band and Clermont employees.
The news was initially reported after Macon musician JuBee of hip hop/funk/rock fusion JuBee and The Morning After posted to his Facebook that the band was “at the Clermont Lounge with us. Lolz.” JuBee told Starcasm that touring fiddle player Ross Holmes was singing karaoke when he was interrupted by the night’s host, which sparked a confrontation that led to the band’s ejection.