Fusebox Funk

Fusebox Funk

 
Jacksonville, Florida, USA
BandHip HopFunk

Fusebox Funk is, in a word, captivating. A quickly rising group, they are as passionate as they are original. With their outlandish rhythm section, socially conscious lyrics and a furiously rich horn section, your entertainment is guaranteed.

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Biography

Fusebox Funk is a powerhouse 6 piece Funk/Hip Hop phenomenon! Hailing from Jacksonville FL, Fusebox Funk has thrilled tens of thousands of fans at clubs and festivals across the country since 2001. Featuring a full horn section, 3 vocalists, and one of the tightest rhythm sections in the region, Fusebox Funk is guaranteed to be a standout at any venue or festival and can appeal to any type of audience.

The group features a plethora of talent, including gold record artist J. Dash on keys and vocals.

Past performances of note include:

Yamaha showcase at 2011 NAMM show - Anaheim, CA
Blackwater Music Fest - Suwanee, FL
Bear Creek Music Fest - Suwanee, FL
Bele Chere Music Fest - Asheville, NC
Real Big Deal Music Fest - Gainesville, FL
Talleyrand Music & Arts Fest - Jacksonville, FL
Mossy Headz Music Fest - Niceville, FL
Headliner for Dancing in the Streets, Atlantic Beach FL
Pensacolas NYE Pelican Drop- Downtown Pensacola, FL
Florida/Georgia Tailgate Party - Everbank Field
Performance with Ozomatli - Jacksonville, FL
Performance with Chali 2na - Mobile, AL
Performance with Galactic - Mobile, AL
Performance with George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic - Jacksonville, FL
Performance with Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra - Jacksonville, FL

The band has a collection of recent discs, with derived singles obtaining air-play in competitive markets nationwide.

Fusebox Funk has also received impressive reviews from URB magazine. The publication has a pronounced reputation as being the forefront media to acknowledge development bands on the verge of mainstream success. Fusebox Funk was esteemed to be noticed in URB's "Next 1000", along with artists like Sage Francis, The Black Keys, and M.I.A.

Fusebox Funk holds their relationship, and hand-selected production achievements, with acclaimed producer and double Grammy-winner Ross Hogarth at the top of their attainments. The bands latest EP, "The Subterrestrials", was also produced by Hogarth.

The band holds a high-media value which is beneficial to both promoters and venues alike. Fusebox Funk is championed with endorsements from Yamaha, Warwick, Gallien-Krueger and Snapjack. For a detailed outline of accomplishments, and media clippings, please request a press correspondents tear sheet.

Fusebox Funk's live show has already been sustained by both fans and recognized pillars within the music industry. Their high-energy persona compliments an array of musical tastes within and outside of their genre.

Members of Fusebox Funk have shown full support for their respective endorsers through performances at the Yamaha, Warwick and Gallien-Krueger booths at the Summer and Winter NAMM shows. Most recently Fusebox Funk was invited by the Yamaha Corporation to perform a Yamaha product showcase in Anaheim, CA for the 2011 Winter NAMM show.

Discography

The Subterrestrials (2010, Extra Medium Productions)

Live and Limited (2009, Extra Medium Productions)

DashBox Mixtape Vol. 1 (2008, Independent) out of production

The Next Obsession (2006, Independent) out of production

The Solution (2004, Independent) out of production

Set List

Setlists vary dramatically from show to show. Here is a list of originals:

Current:
Intro Double
Underground Power
Gotta Slow Down
Burg Turdler
Fallout
Outta Control
If I don't give a
Somethin you Aint Heard
Blow Your Mind
Starting Line
Sugga Momma
Alphabet Song
El Camino Powerslide
Skeptical
Unwind
In the Mood
Breakdown
Quiet Eyes
Most Days

Back Catalog:
Part of the Solution
Novocaine
Same Old Song
What Does it Matter
Always
Do You Want the Funk
Florida
Stop Yourself
Self Control
Hold On
Cork
The Declaration of Funk
Hot Sauce
Egocentric
The Page
Pass On By
Tryptophan Friday
The One You're Lookin' For
This One's for You
Fair Weather Friends
Think Space
GSpot
Grey Area
Philly Cheese Break