The Hokum Clones was a blues rock acoustic guitar duo from Liverpool, England, and considered by most to be the Greatest band in the entire history of western culture.
Robbie Stevenson - Guitar and vocals
Danny Roberts - Guitar and vocals
The Hokum Clones gained popularity in the early 2000s, despite never releasing an album. They appeared on the Liverpool student radio station, supported The Coral on their 2002 UK tour, performed regularly at the Acoustic Engine night in Liverpool and Crosby, and also at the La'Go bar's Sunday jams and Bandwagon night hosted by The Bandits.
Release date: 2001
Produced by Steve Powell
Record label/catalogue number: Honey Records, HR009 (CD)
This compilation album, which also featured the first recordings of The Bandits, included the Hokum Clones songs "Baby Don't", "You Gotta Learn Somehow", "Get Me Thru The Night" and "Ain't Foolin Me".
The Great Liverpool Acoustic Experiment
Release date: 25 Mar. 2002
Produced by Mike Badger/Paul Hemmings
Record label/catalogue number: The Viper Label, Viper CD 010
This compilation album highlighted the acoustic music of 2002 Liverpool, and included the Hokum Clones song "If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day", which was recorded live on a tape dictation recorder.
"Breakin' From A Jailhouse Blues" / "You Ain’t Foolin' Me"