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Wandering Bards

by Wandering Bards

Acoustic funk n' folk
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Moods of the Ocean
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2. Love For Sale
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3. Spam in a Can
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4. Don't Do Mornings
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Album Notes
The Wandering Bards are:
Kenny Allen: Vocals, Harmonica, Accordion, Kazoo, Trumpet, Melodica & Maracas
Ron Baumann: Upright Bass & Vocal
Mike Cardone: Cajon & Tambourine
Ray Fyhr: Violin
Colin McKay: Vocal, Acoustic Guitar, Banjitar & Djembe

The Wandering Bards perform their down-home Funk n' Folk on acoustic instruments. Giving off a neo-vaudevillian vibe they will make you laugh, sing and do any ol' thing with a heady mix of Blue-eyed Blues, dark Gypsy grooves and foot-stompin' Party Tales.

The Wandering Bards performed at The 2007 Black Potatoe Festival in Clinton, NJ. They have been featured on the Internet radio channel HomeGrownRadioNJ and were voted 1st Place in the October 2007 Acoustic category on OurStage.com and featured on Relix.com

The members of this New-Jersey-based group have performed together in various musical outfits before but this time they are expressing themselves in the purest and most intimate of ways. Kenny Allen has also been on the "other side" of the Biz as the one-time General Manager of the Los Angeles Knitting Factory. Colin McKay currently teaches music and is also the editor of World Rhythm Webzine (www.worldrhythmwebzine.com) which is dedicated to spreading World Music and Culture.



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