Whild Peach

Whild Peach

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"The music of Whild Peach is consistently unexpected, shifting wildly from greasy, in-the-pocket funk to aggressive jet-hangar metal -- all fronted by the wailing, Janis-Joplin-meets-Tina-Turner vocal style of Peach." Matt Hutchinson/Creative Loafing Magazine


Have you seen Whild Peach? Chances are you have. In the past two years they’ve performed all over the world with Platinum selling, Grammy award winning hip-hop super stars Outkast. If you missed them on the Stankonia tour then maybe you caught them on:

Saturday Night Live
HBO’s Chris Rock Show
The 2004 Grammy Awards
The 2003 American Music Awards
The David Letterman Show
BET’s 106 And Park
HBO’s Reverb
The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno

While the rappers tend to get all the credit, Hip-Hop music - particularly the southern kind, which relies heavily on live instrumentation – doesn’t get made without the work of musicians like the ones that make up Whild Peach. Among other recordings – Khujo Goodie/Joi/Cool Breeze/Lil’ Will/Goodie Mob/The Ali Soundtrack/The Scooby-Doo Soundtrack – the group has graced Outkast’s backing tracks for years including the current multi-platinum selling Speakerboxx/The Love Below (also co-writing two tracks) and they serve as the live band on the Hip-Hop duo’s tours. Whild Peach has also performed on their own over the last few years opening for Erica Badu, Goodie Mob, Ohio Players, War and Fishbone. This Soul-Rock, Slam-Down group’s tight ensemble includes guitarist/vocalist David Whild, funktress/lead vocalist Peach, drummer Tuesday Henderson, bassist Blue Gomes, guitarist Matt Hollums and keyboardist/vocalist Hezekiah Nixon. Do yourself a favor, make plans to see: WHILD PEACH


OutKast ‘ATLiens’ (co-wrote & performed on “You May Die”, performed on “Decatur Psalm”)
OutKast ‘Aquemini’ (co-wrote & performed on “Liberation”)
OutKast ‘Light It Up’ Soundtrack (performed on “High Schoolin’”)
OutKast ‘Tomb Raider’ Soundtrack (performed on “Speed Ballin’”)
OutKast ‘Scooby Doo’ Soundtrack (performed on “Land Of A Million Drums”)
OutKast ‘Stankonia’ (performed on “Gasoline Dreams”, “B.O.B.”, “Stank Love”, “Kim & Cookie Interlude”,
OutKast ‘Big Boi & Dre Present Outkast Greatest Hits’ (performed on “The Whole World”
OutKast ‘Speakerboxxx /The Love Below’ (co-wrote “Church” & “Bust” / performed on “Hey Ya”, “Church”, “Bust”, “Unhappy”, “Ghetto Musick”, “Flip Flop Rock”, “Reset”, “Happy Valentine’s Day”, “Bowtie”, “War”,

Raphael Saadiq Live at the ‘House of Blues’

Dungeon Family ‘Even In Darkness’ (performed on “Follow The Light”, “Rollin”)

Killa Mike ‘Monster’ (performed on “A.D.I.D.A.S.” & “Monster”)

Slimm Calhoun ‘The Skinny’ (performed on “Dirt Work” Remix, “Current Events”, “Red Clay”,

Witch Doctor (performed on “Goo Goo Eyes”)
Lil Will (wrote, co-produced, & performed on “I Still Love You”, performed on “Georgia Girl”, )
Cool Breeze ‘East Points Greatest Hits’ (Co-wrote “Ghetto Camelot” / performed on “Ghetto Camelot”, “Creatine”, “East Pointed”, “The Field”
Backbone ‘Concrete Law’ (performed on “Yes Yes Ya’ll”, “Believe That”, “Under Streetlights”, )
Konkrete Koncrete (performed on “Broke”)

Macy Gray (performed on “Git Up, Git Out, Git Something” Remake)

Nivea (performed on “No”)

TLC (performed on “Silly Ho”)

Joi ‘Ameboa Cleansing Syndrome’ (Produced & co-wrote “It’s Over”)
Performed on “You Turn Me On”, “It’s Over”, “Ghetto Superstar”
Joi ‘Star Kitty’s Revenge’ (performed on “I’m Every Woman”, “Lick”)

Goodie Mob ‘Still Standing’ (produced & co-wrote “Just About Over”, performed on “Just About Over”& “They Don’t Dance No ‘Mo”, “I Feel Responsible”, “The Walk”)

Big Gipp ‘Mutant Mindframe’ (performed on “Creeks”)

Khujo Goodie ‘The Man Not The Dawg’ (produced, co-wrote & performed on “Pimpz & Ho’z” & “Shawtly”)

Jim Crow ‘Crows Nest’ (performed on “Crow Five”)

Sleepy Brown / Shaft (Movie) ‘Shaft’ {Soundtrack} (performed on “Automatic”

Ali (The Movie) ‘Ali Original Motion Picture Score’ (performed on “Set Me Free” with Dungeon East & “Death Letter” on movie score)

Pink (performed on “You Make Me Sick” REMIX) produced by Rockwilder

Various Artist Rhythm of the Games: 1996 Olympic Games Album

Appearances in “Skew It On The Bar-B”, “B.O.B.”, & “The Way You Move” Videos

Set List

Whild Peach's show is a mix of original hardcore funk/rock songs and pimpadelic covers from artists like Jimi Hendrix, Outkast, Led Zepplin, The Neptunes, Nappy Roots, Janis Joplin, Ludacris, George Clinton/Funkadelic, Tupac and Bob Marley.

Mutron Luv
Let's Do Sumthin'
Like The Wind
Rite Now

Popular Covers:
Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix
The Way You Move/Hey Ya - Outkast
Kashmir - Led Zepplin
Ludacris - Stand Up
Piece Of My Heart - Janis Joplin
Youngbloods - Damn
Nirvana - Heart Shaped Box
Lil John ft. Ying Yang Twins - Get Low
George Clinton/Funkadelic - Atomic Dog/Knee Deep
Prince - Let's Work
Bob Marley - Redemption Song