Tuesday, July 29, 2014

FLOYD & THE FLYBOYS in the Amphitheater at Farnsworth Park August 2nd at 7:00 PM

is a tight, soulful nine-piece band whose repertoire spans eight decades and includes a choice mix of classic covers, rare gems, and award-winning originals.

A list of band member credits reads like a Who’s Who of the music industry,
including artists such as Ray Charles, Tower of Power, The Temptations, Eagles,
Brian Setzer, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, The Four Tops, Lyle Lovett, Elvin
Bishop, The Coasters, Brothers Johnson, Chaka Kahn & Rufus, Buddy Miles,
The Drifters, Lou Rawls, Buddy Rich, Johnny “Guitar” Watson, Don Henley, Narada
Michael Walden, Little Richard, Spencer Davis, and many others.  Carrying a 23 year track record, FLOYD & the FLYBOYS has become a favorite at countless concert and night club venues, delighted audiences at music festivals, fairs, corporate events,
entertainment industry functions, and charity benefits, and has written and
performed music for numerous TV and film projects, as well as the band’s own
critically acclaimed recordings.

Respected throughout the entertainment industry and praised for its musical integrity,
(FLOYD & the FLYBOYS was the #1 rated R & B/blues band in a music
industry poll conducted by Music Connection Magazine), the band prides itself
on polished performances, exciting arrangements, and that intangible chemistry
that results in “feel” or “soul” - something that
just can’t be faked.

Seeing FLOYD & the FLYBOYS perform, it’s clear the guys’ work is a labor of love; judging by the typical audience response, the feeling is contagious… Whether it’s blues, rock ‘n’ soul, funk, or New Orleans R&B, no one does it all like FLOYD & the FLYBOYS!

When it comes to authentic
live rhythm & blues, Floyd & the
Flyboys delivers the goods. . ."

. . . a killer
nine-piece band . . . great songwriting and arranging... and a kick-ass rhythm
section - with fat, sass, and sparkle courtesy of the 'Fly-by-Night Horns.'

Expect a show that is consistently solid, top-to-bottom . . . Highly recommended!

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