40 Oz. To Freedom (Sublime Tribute)
w/ Volunteer Funk Dept
Add to Cal
40 oz to Freedom formed in March of 2007 and has been turning heads from day one. They have a uniquely similar sound to Sublime as well as an amazingly energetic show that is sure to leave you wanting more. They stay true to the So-Cal vibe with thumping bass lines, rad beats, and shredding guitar riffs topped off with soul quenching vocals. 40 Oz to Freedom won the 2010 San Diego Music Award for, Best Tribute. The best Sublime tribute around!
Volunteer Funk Dept. is a jazz-funk-groove band from Denver, playing originals and covers in the styles of Galactic, Greyboy Allstars/Karl Denson, The Meters, and Soulive, and assorted latin and reggae.
This 5-piece instrumental act is comprised of drums, bass, guitar, keys, and saxophone. Members of the group have been active in the Denver scene for years, playing in groups like Flex Luther, 3Litre, Irie Still, and the Demon Funkies, and sharing the stage with national acts and all of the top regional acts. Members of the Volunteer Funk Dept. were one of the handful of bands selected to play the South Park Main Stage at the South Park Music festival, out of over 1200 applicants.