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Blue King Brown

Blue King Brown are essentially a blues and roots band with a lot of percussion and reggae influences. Actually they are hard to define as their sound covers many genres, taken from their obvious international and world music influences.

Calling Melbourne, Australia, home, the band was started in 2004 and has released an EP and one full-length LP - 2006's Stand Up. BKB are heavily influenced by afro-beat, reggae-slink and Latin beats, and the lyrics are often directed towards human rights, equality and political concerns.

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Blue King Brown are essentially a blues and roots band with a lot of percussion and reggae influences. Actually they are hard to define as their sound covers many genres, taken from their obvious international and world music influences.

Calling Melbourne, Australia, home, the band was started in 2004 and has released an EP and one full-length LP - 2006's Stand Up. BKB are heavily influenced by afro-beat, reggae-slink and Latin beats, and the lyrics are often directed towards human rights, equality and political concerns.

The driving creative forces behind the band are lead singer and guitarist Natalie Pa'apa'a and bassist (and band manager) Carlo Santone. The music is energetic, passionate and varied - Blue King Brown rock. Their two singles 'Water' and 'Come And Check Your Head' (from Stand Up) have achieved relative success in Australia, with the latter making it to the Triple J Hottest 100 for 2006, and both receiving airplay on the same station. « hide

Similar Bands: Xavier Rudd, Basement Jaxx, The John Butler Trio, The Cat Empire, Bob Marley

Stand Up
2006

3.4
5 Votes
Blue King Brown
2005

3.5
4 Votes

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