Ouray is a Chicago-based Americana/Rock band founded by brothers Frank and Bo Pirruccello.
After being named by Playboy magazine as one of the best-unsigned bands in the United States, Ouray found itself a staple on club and concert stages throughout the country. The band was regularly seen supporting acts like The New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Sea Level, Commander Cody, Marshall Tucker Band, Asleep At The Wheel, and The Dixie Dregs. In Chicago, Ouray was in regular rotation on WXRT where they performed several XRT shows including a live “UnConcert” simulcast. Originally founded in 1975, brothers Frank (guitar) and Bo Pirruccello (guitar and pedal steel), established Ouray as one of the most “rock-oriented, tight and skillful” country rock groups in the region, (as described by Playboy). Ouray today reflects their ever-relevant Americana sound and includes the addition of third brother John Pirruccello (guitar). John Forrest (bass) and Rick Barr (drums) complete the current Ouray line up. Ouray then, as now, features original music and great musicianship.