Arguably one of the best bands you've never heard of, The Unnotables are a collection of their unique styles and varied influences, which include foundations such as Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jethro Tull, modern rock and folk rock artists like Matchbox Twenty, Tonic, and Ray LaMontagne, as well as a hint of traditional Eastern European flair brought by two of the bands international members (both from Bosnia).  The Unnotables bring energy and passion to their music, crafting their sound around strong vocals, catchy guitar riffs, and solid musicianship.

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The Unnotables

Corey Kopp (vocals, guitar)
Sasa Damjanovic (drums)
Charlie Anderson (guitar, bass)
Braco Ivanic (guitar, bass)
Matt Anderson (violin, piano)

In early 2012, Corey reached out to drummer Sasa Damjanovic, which brought a connection to guitar and bassist Charlie Anderson. In the fall of 2013, they added guitar and bassist Braco Ivanic and the bones of what would become The Unnotables were formed. The summer of 2014 brought the addition of Matt Anderson (South Dakota), who adds a wide variety of musical talents.

The guys completed their first studio recording at Cathouse Studios here in Sioux Falls.  Beginnings, an introductory EP, can be heard here on our website, as well as on iTunes or Spotify.

You may have seen The Unnotables on The White Wall Sessions, a critically acclaimed regional music showcase. Season 4 of the show features 3 original songs from The Unnotables.