BFJ faithful we're gonna video our performance at Tony P's July 18th and we want to see your face in the place. So come show some love and make noise for me and the boys ! We start at 8pm so get there early and enjoy Tony P's great food and spirits.
Getcha Groove On with Buckner FunkenJazz at Oskar Blues Longmont.
Catch Buckner FunkenJazz at 5 Points this weekend at 4:30 on the 5 Points Plaza Stage. The 2013 Five Points Jazz Festival will be held on May 18th from 11a.m. - 8p.m. This free community event celebrates the music, culture and history of Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, with performances highlighting many of Denver’s finest jazz musicians. Performances and activities take place in numerous venues in Historic Five Points, with food and art vendors along Welton Street.
Come and boogie with Buckner FunkenJazz at Sonny Lawson Park from 3-3:45PM
Sounds Like: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa, Prince, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page
Josh is the guitarist for DENVER'S 7 PIECE FUNK POWERHOUSE, BUCKNER FUNKENJAZZ.
BFJ Delivers Real Old School Funk with the Authenticity and Intensity that keeps the crowd going for hours - nonstop.
BFJ is a true original-recipe Old School Funk Band. BFJ earned its Funk pedigree by mixing funk g...See Full Bio
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“This was my first experience with a musical hurricane. To say this band blew my hair back is a gross understatement. This band is in a class way above the first three acts I saw that night. It is a collection of seven highly skilled, well-seasonedperformers who express a diversity of style and musical genre unmatched by anyone the duck has ever seen before. I believe these folks do Old School Funk as it is SUPPOSED to be done. Their delivery of a groove is the groove I've always looked for, but few musicians could quite produce. The "Jazz" on the end of their name must not be taken lightlyInterspersed with the thumb-slap-funk bass lines were intricate morsels of what some of us call Real Jazz.The horns in this band teased me mercilessly with deep statements of the heritage of Jazz and Soul. Snippets of "oh, my, what was THAT?" tickled my innards in ways so good it was almost embarrassing.”
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