Here’s what people have said about us…
Mill Road Winter Fair
If you were on the bridge at last year’s Fair you may well have felt the earth move whilst watching The Brass Funkeys – there were reports that the bridge was, quite literally, shaking as people danced and enjoyed themselves!
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“Superb day at Mill Road Fair today. Gets better every year. Best bit was The Brass Funkeys playing on the bridge as the sun went down”
Sheep Music Festival
“The Brass Funkeys played a great mix of traditional marching numbers and funked up covers including the Jungle Book classic ‘I Wanna Be Like You’, and even breaking out an amazing rendition of Rage Against the Machine’s ‘Killing In The Name’. These young lads were obviously having the time of their lives. Ending their set by jumping into the crowd, brass instruments and all 9 strong, marching off out of the tent to ‘When The Saints’, inducing a 500 strong conga around the site.”
“On arriving on site the amazing The Brass Funkeys were touring around the site guerilla gigging wherever possible, under the wall to wall blue skies it was just perfect, lazing around with an ice cream listening to their beautiful rich sound.”
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“Saw you guys at Sheep Music, well done – best act of the weekend! Thanks for making the trip over to Mid Wales.”
“Loved all the funk especially all the brass funky monkeys!”
Natural Rhythm Festival
“Hey guys, saw you at the natural rhythm, and i just wanted to say you rocked it, big thank you xx”
“U guys rock! Was briliant getting low down to Killing in the name.. One of my highlights. Thankyou xx”
“absolutely brilliant chunes….thank u very much ….hope to see u soon for another bopdibop 🙂 xx”
“The animated delivery of The Brass Funkeys was highly infectious, and this was reflected in the audience’s enthusiastic reaction. Their set was designed so that the listener could not but help become involved in the musicians’ brazen and explosive performance.”
“Don’t be fooled by the frivolous presentation: underneath the joviality, the band possesses a tight professionalism.”
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