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Too Many Zooz

April 10, 2016 @ 8:30 pm


HUSHconcerts is proud to present New York City’s subterranean musical sensation, TOO MANY ZOOZ. The talented trio, best known for their rousing performances in the Union Square subway station, is comprised of David “King of Sludge” Parks on percussion, Matt Doe on trumpet, and Leo P. on the baritone sax. Their influences include rock, jazz, EDM and African drumming — all of which they’ve combined into a unique genre they’ve dubbed “brass house.” Each musician is unrelentingly talented at their craft, which allows them to create shocking and energetic brass and woodwind sound manipulations while putting on a wildly entertaining live show. The show opens with the 16-piece raucous drum and brass marching band, MISSION DELIRIUM. Get ready to shake your ass to the music of Bollywood, Balkan, Brazilian, Ethiopian, Tango, Afro-pop, Middle Eastern, Salsa and more.


April 10, 2016
8:30 pm


628 Divisidero St
San Francisco, CA 94117 United States
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