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Koobi Fora

Rank #22 US San Francisco, CA Funk / Rock / Funk


  • Jackson Haddad Guitar
  • Taylor Garland Keyboard
  • EL-Fiasco Drums
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Sounds Like: Phish, Grateful Dead, Widespread Panic, Medeski Martin & Wood

Bio: Koobi Fora creates Psychedelic Funk-Rock with a hint of country blues twang to create an immersive and provocative sound while bring an original point of view to every piece of music we play. Founded in early 2013 in San Francisco, Koobi Fora is the jazzy organ stylings of Taylor Garland, the s... See Full Bio

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    In The Beginning Released on Sep 25, 2013


  • 2014

    Apr 11

    San Francisco, CA, US | 9:00pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Fri Apr 11 9:00pm


    Join the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1392668357675392/

  • 2014

    Mar 8

    San Francisco, CA, US | 8:00pm
    Urban Eating League @ The ...
    San Francisco, CA, US
    Sat Mar 08 8:00pm


    Performing for the Wigg Party's Urban Eating League Party

  • 2014

    Mar 1

    San Francisco, CA, US | 9:00pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Sat Mar 01 9:00pm


    Boom Boom Room presents a supah funky night!! For Willie Waldman every gig is like a band debut. With one important exception: Every member is not only talented but vastly experienced. That is the intrigue of the Willie Waldman Project. The band is ever-changing as Waldman pulls noted musicians from all styles and geographical locations to play free form music created on the spot. This represents the true history of Jazz! The nights line up includes: Willie Waldman (Snoop Dogg,Steve Kimock) Dr. Herman Green (Miles Davis,John Coltrane) Brian Jordan (Karl Denson's Tiny universe) Bradley Leach (L-fiasco,Thugz,M.F.Q, Eric Lindell) Norwood Fisher (Fishbone) Koobi Fora will be gettin it goin'

  • 2014

    Jan 9

    San Francisco, CA, US | 9:00pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Thu Jan 09 9:00pm


    As a new year celebration and NYE decompression, Koobi Fora will be coming back to the Boom Boom Room Presents right after the holidays to help you start off the new year with a bang! We had such a blast celebrating the end of the year in Dec that we want to do it all over again with more of you! This installment, we're super excited to have Jay Trainer Band join us! Jay and his band have become local legends combining thick, prolific guitar riffs and stark lyricism, while drawing on the traditions of funk, rock, blues, and psychedelia to craft a modern classic sound. This will be a night of full-bore psychedelia rock you won't want to miss. So start your 2014 off right and come dance the night away with us!

  • 2013

    Dec 12

    San Francisco, CA, US | 9:30pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:30pm
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  • Koobi Fora (Artist) Koobi Fora
    Thanks for all the love everyone - check out some of our latest videos to see some great tributes!
  • The Lost Will Follow (Artist) The Lost Will Follow
    Haircuts is an amazing song. Great work! Keep up the good work!
  • Stiletto Ghetto (Artist) Stiletto Ghetto
    Great tunes! Gotta love dat Funk! Stiletto Ghetto
  • Pool Shark (Artist) Pool Shark
    Very Groovy! Check out our funk too!
  • David Namerow (Congas/Hand Percussion) (Artist) David Namerow (Cong...
    KOOBI FOORA is slick, cool and so, so precise with its grroves. BEEVER is as tight as it gets.
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