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This funky sextet met in New Orleans and has been making music together for three years now, playing in all the famous spots New Orleans has to offer and opening for people such as Soul Rebels and The Rebirth Brass Band.

They provide a unique instrumental sound that mixes bass, drums, guitar, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone and trumpet into fun upbeat funk/soul music. If you haven’t already joined in on their fan pack, go down and take a listen their live shows, which are known for always being energetic and unique because of the band’s creative improvisation skills. Their music fits right in with the easy livin’ atmosphere of the Big Easy.

BAND MEMBERS:

Noah Young- Bass

Sam Shahin– Drums

Bill Daniel- Guitar

Nick Ellman– Alto Saxophone

Ian Bowman- Tenor Saxophone

John Culbreth– Trumpet

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  • Eugene 

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