Mother Vinegar

Mother Vinegar

MOTHER VINEGAR is a rock band from the mountains of Asheville, NC, formed in the spring of 2005. The group dabbles in rock, jazz, bluegrass, Indian, old-time, punk, metal, reggae, and pop music.

Karl Engelmann
Karl is best known as the author of several Umphrey's McGee concerts staples, such as "Bright Lights Big City," "Resolution," "Kabump," "Syncopated Strangers," and "Partyin' Peeps." Karl was also the vocalist/bassist for the popular midwest rock band Ali Baba's Tahini, which included drummer Steve Krojniewski, and Umphrey's... more