The second studio album from The Dirty Rooks, a band that stuffs as many as 13 people on stage when they play clubs in their hometown, Chicago. Some comments from the press: 'The Chicago act piles on grimy blues riffs, a horns section fit for a king, and big-time choruses like, 'I got a girl that brings home the bacon,' creating a bombastic party sound that rouses listeners to buy another pitcher.' -- A.V. Club Chicago . . . 'The band's latest album, Sugar Mama, feels both fresh and classic at the same time, as the ever-expanding crew throws down a mix of soul and classic rock.' -- Centerstage Chicago . . . 'Offering grimy guitars, rough bass, hard lined drums and a huge voice found in lead singer, Dan Stalilonis.' -- Chicago Music Project.