If their music were food, it would be a progressive funk- jazz- jam- rock- Latin- blues-fusion dinner platter, served with your choice of soup, salad, or potato. The band is led by three singing/songwriting friends, each with a unique vocal and songwriting style of their own.


Fusion, Cross-Genre, Multi-Genre... Although rather vague, these are quite possibly the most accurate terms to describe the music of GypsyFoot. This Bismarck, ND based 7-piece group has not only a serious passion for creating music together, but also a common mission: "To unite people from all walks of life through Musical Diversity." Since forming in the fall of 2003, it has become increasingly apparent that this mission is succeeding. And by taking a look around at the crowd during one of their live performances, one would certainly have to agree. Grandmas, Grandpas, and their grandkids have all been known to jam out to the good-timin' GypsyFoot grooves. Combining elements of jazz, funk, Latin, blues, rock and reggae with their penchant for spontaneous improvisation, GypsyFoot have continued to defy 'marketability' in today's heavily genre-based music industry. Of course, they wouldn't have it any other way -- they're not looking for fame or fortune. They're simply content to make a living through the music they love to create. . GypsyFoot's positive messages and contagious dance grooves continue to spread throughout the nation so long as music is the sound of love.

GypsyFoot released their self-titled debut album in February of 2005. Their current album "Multiformity" was released in October of 2008. All of the songs capture the amazing energy and talent of GypsyFoot. Although each album marked an important cornerstone in their career, it must be said that if music is the higher power, then the stage is where they go to worship it. Please join them in their fellowship when you have the chance.

GypsyFoot has performed main stage at the 15th annual Seattle Hempfest as well as several other large music festivals in the Upper Midwest, including several back to back years at the 10.000 Lakes Festival in Detroit Lakes, MN, with the likes of Phil Lesh and Bob Weir of Grateful Dead, Tre Anastasio of Phish, Umphreys Mcgee, George Clinton, and the Flaming Lips, just to name a few. They've also performed at Harvest Festival in Harmony Park (MN) with Particle, NestFest and the Harmony Music Festival, both in ND. With several festivals under their belt and thousands of copies of their albums already sold, it is certain that GypsyFoot will remain a force in the Upper-Midwest jam-scene for years to come. GypsyFoot has also been seen on Prairie Public Television's (with a 5 state broadcast radius) "Soundcheck" featuring several artists from across the Upper Midwest.

GypsyFoot is more than just a band - it's also a way of living that facilitates a genuine feeling of community for those who choose to experience them. GypsyFoot will continue experimenting with new musical recipes until they find something they believe is good enough to serve to the world.


GypsyFoot self-titled debut album - Independent release - February 2005.

Multiformity - Independent release - October 2008

Various songs from the album are receiving regular airplay on the following radio stations: KMPR 88.9, Minot, ND - KDSU 91.9 FM, Fargo, ND, WBUQ, Bloomsburg, PA, as well as several streaming internet radio stations across the globe.

Set List


Lovin From My Baby's Eyes
Groove Me
We Can Work it Out
Moby Dick
Peace Love & Understanding
Rivers of Babylon
What I Got
What's Up/Bad Fish
Stir it Up
Redemption Song
Three Little Birds
One Love
Crosstown Traffic
Magic Carpet Ride
Rodeo Clowns
The Seed 2.0
Crazy Fingers
Particle Man
Lake of Fire
Rockin Daddy
Steppin Stone
Midnight Rider
Up on Cripple Creek
Birds of a Feather
New Pollution
Send me on my Way
Fulsom Prison Blues


Passing Phase
From Contrary to a Tributary
Navigating Instincts
Liquid Foundation
Suzie Songbird
Victoria's Waltz
Living, Breathing
Strollin Strut
Get in the Groovemobile
When She's Gone
Da De Da
San Juan Man
Carousel to Carolina
The Audible Vibration
Hot Cup
Grannies with Grenades
Daves' Mando Song
Don't Belong

Typically, the band does mostly originals, but will cater to the audience when necessary.