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A French Butler Called Smith

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Gold Coast based world music band A FRENCH BUTLER CALLED SMITH have been performing their high energy Latin, funk, instrumental fusion over a 2 year period to ever increasing audiences on Australia’s East Coast. The initial creators behind this all organic dance music sound were acoustic guitar aficionado (Scott French), bass maestro (Jake ‘the Butler’ Martin) and respected world percussion artist (Brennan Smith). These original members have now been joined by esteemed musicians Mark ‘Gibbo’ Gibson on saxophone and Liam ‘Rasta’ Dorney on trumpet and it has invariably lifted the energy of the band and their multi-layered sounds of Latin, gypsy, world-roots and funk to ecstatically captivating levels.They are all consuming to watch, and it is impossible to keep your feet still once you are within the energy realms of their music.

After honing their musical skills on the live music scene, including appearances at this years Woodford and Noosa Camp Out Festivals, they ventured into Lovestreet Studios on the Gold Coast to finish their debut self titled EP which will be available for national release in early May 2009. A FRENCH BUTLER CALLED SMITH are ready to take their evolving sound to a world audience, inspiring music lovers in venues and on dance floors across the planet.

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  • ulinvodnaar

    Love these guys! Not 100% sure on the new vocal-heavy direction though

    2 May 2012 Reply