Something of an oddity and a musical phenomenon, Matt Doe, Leo Pellegrino and David Park have enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame and acclaim thanks to busking on the New York City subway. Although they can be found performing on actual stages across the globe these days, the trio have stayed true to their roots and still busk the Big Apple underground on occasion - with fans soon learning to recognise storming tracks like 'To The Top', 'Get Busy' and 'Mouse Trap' live.
Their unique brand of 'brass house' is creating a storm with more than commuters, and in 2016 the band will venture to our shores for a selection of special live dates. You've never seen a show like this before, so what are you waiting for? See what the hype is all about when you grab Too Many Zooz tickets on StubHub UK.
When trumpet player Matt Doe, sax player Leo P and drummer Dave 'King of Sludge' Park first started making music together, little did they realize the viral impact their unique brand of brass would have on the wider world. The New York natives passion for music-making inspired them to take underground to the NYC subway, to put a smile on the faces of frenzied commuters. Taking inspiration from a plethora of influences from rock to jazz and African drumming, their completely unique brand of 'brass house' - which contains absolutely no electro whatsoever - created such a storm with travellers that their performances regularly attract crowds hundreds deep.
With no vocals or supporting effects, their acoustic instrumentals are worlds away from what is in vogue, and perhaps that's what makes their self-styled 'brass house' so popular. In 2014, a spectator recorded their live performance rocking Union Square, and the video went viral on YouTube and Reddit, garnering millions of views and a swelling global fan base.
Fresh off the back of releasing their vibrant and heart-pounding debut album F Note, complete with an epic film documenting the whole process, the three-piece venture to the UK in 2016 to perform a string of exciting live dates for British fans. Don't miss out! Pick up Too Many Zooz tickets now on StubHub UK.
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