ORIGINAL ISLAND-STYLE DANCE GROOVES
Reggae, Ska, Calypso, Afro-Caribbean Funk
Guano Boys will be returning to perform
at Starr Hill Music Hall on Saturday, March 25, 2006.
The band has some new music that will be debuted at
the show as they prepare to begin recording their third
CD of original music early this summer.
for more info hit "upcoming gigs" page
The Guano Boys CD GUANO HAPPENS is Available!
You can buy one here firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Leva's critically acclaimed solo release is now available!
Or simply send $15 per cd with specific order request to:
241 River Trails
Shipman, Va. 22971
Check 'Guano News' and 'Upcoming Gigs' for the latest updates
last updated on , 2006.
With their heads in the Caribbean Islands
and their feet firmly rooted in the Appalachian Mountains, Guano
Boys offer a distinct brand of island music styles. Original sounds
in the style of reggae, soca, ska, and calypso with an occasional roots
cover create an enticing musical recipe. The diverse instrumentation,
ranging from clawhammer banjo, accordion and steel guitar, to trombome,
baritone sax and electric guitar with acoustic bass, gives the band many
options in delivering their music while exploring the music's potential.
Despite the diversity in approach and instrumentation, the resulting chemistry is a sound that is instantly identifiable yet always interesting and unpredictable. The initial Guano Boys recording has been enthusiastically received by Fans and DJs across the United States.
Nate Hawkes (bass & alto saxophones)
Jeff Saine (clawhammer banjo, steel guitar, accordion, steel drum)
Dave Grant (acoustic and electric bass)
Vaughn Mairs (not
shown - acoustic bass)
Christopher Leva (vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, banjo)
Spencer Lathrop (drums)
On "Guano Happens"
Bobby Read (Tenor & Alto Sax) John D'Earth (Flugel Horn)
Individually, the members have performed and recorded with such artists as Peter Rowan, Michael Doucet, Tim O'Brien, Jeff Sarli (Keith Richards Band), Tony Trischka, Leftover Salmon, Robin and Linda Williams, Seven Mary Three, Mike Seeger, Wolfstone, Tony Furtado, Radim Zenkl, Jay Ungar, Seamus Egan, and Mandingo (from Kenya, Africa), among others.
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