Buzz Brümp

We return to Conor Byrne in Ballard with our good friends Snug Harbor from Bellingham. Come break out of your tryptophan induced food coma and dance off some of those extra holiday eats in style.

In their words:

Snug Harbor is a 8 piece funk-soul revival group, tucked away in the corner of the Northwest in the city of Bellingham, WA. From original compositions to classic covers, Snug Harbor is raw, high-energy soul music and each live show contains elements of improvisation over heavy funk grooves. After six years of recording, performing, and touring this band has really hit its stride. In 2014, with the addition of three new members, Snug Harbor has been regarded as a top performer in the contemporary funk and soul market. Follow them online to find out more information on music related releases and tour dates. Music is available on iTunes, Bandcamp, CDBaby and many more online media outlets.

Snug Harbor averages around 100 shows annually. In the past these have included several music festivals including: Sonic Bloom, Summer Meltdown, Northwest Folklife Festival, Fremont Fair, Everett Downtown Waterfront Series, Chinook Fest, Wonk Festival, Urban Music Festival, NW Harvest Fest, LivFest, Ski2Sea Festival, What’s Up! Award Show, Worthy Fest, Seattle Hempfest, Moon Mountain Festival and more. The group continues to push itself creatively and musically as one of the hardest grooving contemporary funk outfits.

Snug Harbor’s inception was in 2006, and since then has headlined numerous concerts, fairs and festivals as well as opening for such great acts as: Skerik’s Bandalabra, Orgone, Sierra Leone’s Refugee Allstars, Robert Walters 20th Congress, Acorn Project, Monophonics, The Aggrolites, McTuff, Five Alarm Funk, Delhi 2 Dublin, Juno What!?, Wil Blades & Scott Amendola, McTuff, Marmalade, Polecat, Sophistafunk, Jellybread, Prophet Massive, Medium Troy and many others…


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