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Bucket of Honey

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"Bucket of Honey entertains"

Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Bucket of Honey entertains
Seattle folks looking for a fresh and thoroughly entertaining musical act should keep your eyes on the club listings for dates by Bucket of Honey. My Sweetie, the official scorer, and I enjoyed a marvelous set by Bucket at the Sunset Tavern in Ballard this weekend.

Bucket of Honey is Annie Jantzer and Nate Bogopolsky. We first saw them perform at Schmorgasborg, the FREE monthly late-night variety program (I guess the kids are calling it a "theatre mash-up" these days) held at 11 p.m. every third Saturday at Balagan Theatre. Schmorgasborg is hosted by Terri Weagant and Julia Griffin.

It's hard to cram Bucket of Honey into a category, but I'll try. Jantzer plays flute, Bogopolsky plays guitar, and they both do vocals. They're something of a folk rock hip-hop classical R&B comedy duo. Which still does nothing to explain the fact that their most crowd-pleasing tune is a cover of the 1974 Carl Douglas smash hit "Kung Fu Fighting." They also did a lovely rendition of Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean." Had there been a sidewalk at the Sunset, surely it would have been lighting up square by square as people danced.

One thing is for sure, and that is that Jantzer has some kick-ass pipes, and I'm not talking about the flute. Bucket of Honey does a entertaining show with good humor and a sweet helping of musical virtuosity. We hear a Web site is in the works. In the meantime Facebook types can follow them at Bucketof Honey. - West Seattle Weisenheimer


We have a music video posted on youtube and our face book page (FB search: bucketof honey) as well as several video clips posted by our fans.



Bucket of Honey just had it's first birthday on Dec. 31 2009, we've officially been playing together for one year. Both seasoned musicians (with varied backgrounds) we found each other on craigs list about three years ago on a random roommate search in Seattle. We started our adventure playing together on a whim and haven't looked back since. Nate, an elementary music teacher by day, lets it all hang out (artistically speaking) while writing and steering the group stylistically. Annie, a classically trained vocalist with a flare for the dramatics (b.a. in theatre arts) provides the dulcet soprano tones of flute and voice which Nate twists and turns into a funky beat. Together, we surprise, sicken, and seduce our audiences with the intimacy that can only be achieved by a two piece acoustic deuce.