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The Shuffle Demons
The Shuffle Demons first broke onto the Canadian music scene with an electrifying musical fusion that drew in equal measure from Sun Ra, Charles Mingus, Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. The band was one of the first indie acts to break out on MuchMusic. This band was genre bending, highly visually entertaining, funny, and best of all, could really PLAY. All their eye catching, crowd pleasing stunts were backed up by incredibly solid musicianship and real ground-breaking playing.
Over the course of their illustrious career The Shuffle Demons have released eight CDs, two hit videos, won several music awards, done numerous tv and radio appearances and toured nationally and internationally including 25 cross Canada tours, 5 US tours, 16 European tours, as well as tours of Mexico, India, China, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Aruba and Cuba playing on big festival stages, theatres and clubs.
The band continues the tradition today with a great line-up of players that includes Juno Award winner Richard Underhill (sax & vox), Perry White and Kelly Jefferson (saxes & vox) George Koller (bass & vox) and Stich Wynston (drums & vox). Expect the same exciting, no holds barred performances that feature wild romps in the crowd, free jazz moments, danceable funk, poetry, killer solos and more. The Shuffle Demons are a crowd pleasing, full on musical group that backs up their stage antics with some phenomenal playing by some of Canada's most talented musicians. They play a mix of funk jazz, hard bop jazz and jazz rap, wear spectacular hand painted suits and love to parade through the audience, a perfect festival, theatre or club act.
September 6, 2015Music
A huge crowd favourite encompassing fun antics with superb musicianship, The Shuffle Demons are an electrifying, genre-bending musical fusion band and was one of the first indie acts to break out on MuchMusic back in the day.