The Mighty Nautilus
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The Mighty Nautilus

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"Opening the show is the local group Nautilus who can be described as an opening act who should be a headliner." - The Troy Record

"Local favorites, Nautilus, opened the show. The seven piece band included skilled vocalist Josh Farrell, as well as the impressive brass section of Bryan Brundige (trombone) and Jeff Nania (saxophone). The guys sufficiently warmed up the crowd delivering a style of music that was part funk, part jazz and part hip-hop. Two particular standout tunes were “Tighten Up” and “Rockpile"." - Homegrown Music Network - Tom Miller


Forthcoming 2010 album release



The Mighty Nautilus is a dynamic band, hailing from New York's Capital District, spreading its unique and organic brand of dance oriented grooves, and drawing a growing base of enthusiastic fans. Ranging from sultry funk songs to sophisticated compositions, 70's jazz fusion standards to hip-hop beats, the music of Nautilus is grounded in entrancing grooves, tantalizing melodies and ass shaking rhythms. Having shared bills with such artists as Fred Wesley & The New JB's, Dumpstaphunk, John Browns Body, Rustic Overtones, Charlie Hunter, Sam Kininger, The Macpodz, Vinnie Amico and Jim Loughlin from moe., and Trombone Shorty, The Mighty Nautilus has gone from warming up stages to scorching them.