Native Oyster Band
Originally formed as a community street band for the Whitstable Oyster Festival parade. The Native Oysters have evolved to become a funky, electrifying experience with tight, powerful horn arrangements and creamy, soulful vocals from traditional second-line classics through Americana, 70’s funk, right up to full on hip-hop and R&B, all given the Delta city treatment, Whitstable style. All members share a passion for New Orleans music creating a musical experience never to be forgotten - guaranteed to chase away the blues and make you wanna' move!
Richard is an award winning song writer and keyboard player. He also creates music for film and television. His music is urban jazz; keyboardsvocal, bass and drums..
Maiuko Mozambican roots with a soulful voice and a jazzy twist. more info at Quarter website
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