March 21, 2016

The Little Fuller Band

Born high upon the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Northern California, The Little Fuller Band is a highly energetic and refreshing change of pace from your usual folk band. These young performers have a sound that is something very much alive and growing rapidly. Combining influences from americana, bluegrass, country, folk, gypsy, punk and rock & roll, with a focus on heavily rhythmic use of traditional string instruments, every song breathes with its own unique dynamic, sound and velocity. Their music is naturally energetic, an energy that is compounded by their magnetism and presence on stage. Their writing creates an ever-changing style that blends seamlessly with powerful lyrics that touch on subjects ranging from political to playful. A familiar sound with a breath of fresh air, The Little Fuller Band is something you don’t want to miss.

“A small band with a big sound can both surprise and impress audiences, and that is exactly what The Little Fuller Band has made a habit of doing. With just 4 acoustic instruments and a some big voices, they have been able to develop their own blend of modern Americana and indie-folk music. Along the way they have developed a base of dedicated fans at every stop they have made across northern California and Oregon. With influences from Americana, folk, bluegrass, punk, and American roots music, these talented performers create a sound all their own and relentlessly work to get it heard with a sincere dedication to producing good, inventive, acoustic music.”

Upright Bass – Charlie Williams

Vocals/Percussion/Guitar – Kelly Jane

Mandolin – Clayton Smock

Vocals/Guitar – Tim McCaffrey

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