MP3 Wild Buds - Positive Voodoo
West Coast Mardi Gras Music. A blend of rock, blues and swamp with a little funk thrown in for flavor.
9 MP3 Songs in this album (40:47) !
Related styles: ROCK: American Trad Rock, BLUES: New Orleans Blues
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The Wild Buds
play West Coast Mardi Gras Music blending the celebratory music of New Orleans'' Mardi Gras with
the rock''n''roll music of their own West Coast. It’s rockin’, bluesy, fun and funky, and you can dance to all of it. Many musical styles—all
cookin'' together in one fine musical gumbo that’ll rock your soul and
make the good times roll! Their brand new first album, Positive Voodoo, is full of this feel good music. They’ve taken their music to excellent clubs, fabulous special events, great parties and recently did their first live performance on the internet in the Second Life virtual world. They’ve played Ashkenaz, La Peña, Fat Tuesday/
Mardi Gras and Summer Solstice Celebrations at the Berkeley Farmers'' Market; the Peoples Park Anniversary Celebration; the Cajun and
More Festival in MLK Civic Center Park, Berkeley; Benefits for Food Not Bombs at the Humanist Hall, Oakland; benefits for the Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters (BACH); and many parties.
The members of the Wild Buds have performed in many styles from alternative rock to jazz and from American traditional music to poetry-music fusion. They’ve been in bands that include: Shadow Government, Jazz Sabbath, The Word-Music Continuum, Backstep, DETOUR, Colette Washington’s Naked Soul, Mud Boy and the Pond Scum, The Jammies, etc. With these bands they’ve played an amazing variety of venues: The Last Day Saloon, Stork Club, North Beach Festival, Burning Man, Venue 9, New George’s, Starry Plough, The Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival, Mill’s College, Ecology Center, Cato’s, Cafe International, Cody’s Books, Above Paradise (Paradise Lounge), The Lord Buckley Festival, Berkeley Square, The Mabuhay, Nevada County Art Center, etc.