Frakers Farm & The Mutha Funkers will be playing at this year's Alan Fest in Athens, GA. Performances will take place at the New Earth Music Hall on Saturday, March 29th. Mark your calenders and come show support for a wonderful event that is deep rooted in LOVE and family. Come check it out and groove that jig. To learn more about Alan Fest, please visit the website: www.AlanFest.org
Grand opening of Loconomy! a Hand made local arts & crafts gift shop, workshops, classes, gardening, community hub
The Good Vibes Gathering is a community event featuring local artist and musicians from the SouthEast region. We welcome everyone to visit the gathering, free of charge. Gather your tribe and build your campsites. Bring your music, art and food... Stay the night and enjoy the vibrations.
Join your friends for an Organic Southern approach to Folk Art and Music. Yoga. Local Food. Dance to Lots of Live Music. Folk Art Painting & Gardening. Open Mics. Peace, Love & Barbecue... See ya there!
Sounds Like: Ween, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Tom Waits, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page, John Lee Hooker
Bio: The bohemian band, Frakers Farm, home grows their music with rock and blues. A sense of exploration outside the box with Landon Fraker on the guitar, Courtney Huckaby on the beat and Lance Fraker on the bass, they keep the roosters cock-a-doodle-n and the chickens feeling the groove all night. Fr...See Full Bio
“Frakers Farm (single): Bonjour Shortly before Christmas this year I was treated to a private listen of Lance and Landon Fraker's (the duo behind Frakers Farm) brilliant LP "Moose Love Sugar." It was an experimental, bluesy, funny and contemporary passage of music that I'm excited for people to hear in 2011. My ears are always partial to production that feels outside of time i.e. the sound doesn't adhere to the rules or types of a given trend. The first single (at least what I consider the single) from the album is the song "Bonjour." It's a loping slab of South Georgia psychedelia and dare I say Hog Hop? Yeah, I dare say it. "I like'em all."”