KP and the Boom Boom

Austin, TX
R&B/Soul / Hip Hop / World
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Hey Boomers, 

 

Exciting news!  We’ve been selected as one of 30 finalists in Brita’s Bottle Free Bands contest…AND WE NEED YOUR HELP! We only have 2 days left to get votes in!!!

 

Plastic bottle waste has been a major problem within the live music world for a long time.  Reverb and Brita have been working together to help bands and their fans reduce their plastic waste on tours such as Dave Matthews Band, Jack Johnson, and Jason Mraz.  

 

This cause is near and dear to our hearts, and we would love your support in helping us bring green sustainability awareness to the next level!     

 

SO, WHAT ARE YOU VOTING FOR?  

The grand prize is a Brita Green Grant, where REVERB will create a customized greening program with the artist to make their tour more earth-friendly and setting up systems for them to continue to tour more sustainably.

 

The deadline is this Wednesday, May 1 (right around the corner), so please follow this link http://www.brita.com/filter-for-good/band/ and VOTE NOW!!

 

We thank you in advance for your support.


Also our next show is MAY 11TH @ the Mohawk w/ La Guerilla and Atash!!! Here's the facebook event link:

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/108577539328524/

 

Oh, and P.S.

 

WE LOVE YOU

 

KPBB



PRESS

"The Austin bred band that is infectiously danceable is worth more than a glance. An ULTRA tight band with superbly smooth vocals that fuses a healthy dose of soul and funk with latin rhythms and hints of 60's jazz in horn solos."  Clayton Hodges, Austin Fusion Magazine

"Additionally, the nature of UTOPiAfest tends to be a draw for the biggest and brightest in the local scene, which this year includes KP and The Boom Boom, Brownout (playing back up the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA), The Wheeler Brothers, and Aaron Behrens of Ghostland Observatory..."  James Roberts, The Horn

"Priestley’s dancing, Wong’s jumping — in sync to the bass line — and Trowbridge’s switches between three or four instruments during a single song keep audience members on their feet, even prompting strangers to dance with one another. “We make people have a good time. They feel our music, it’s all about the heart and the soul,” Priestley says."  Maria Nunez, Orange Magazine


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