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Performance  |  Happy Hour with Music by Shubbaluliuma

Part of M&T Second Friday

Friday, March 14, 2014, 5:30–7:30 pm

Reception Area  

Shubbaluliuma with David Adamczyk, Evan Courtin on violin and Ryan Campbell on drums

Shubbaluliuma (Shoo-ba-loo-lee-oo-ma) - Formed for the express intent of performing Bela Bartok's series of violin duets with one-man-band accompaniment at the 2011 Buffalo Infringement Festival, Shubbaluliuma (herein referred to as 'this band') first started as an acoustic street band, called Will Folk For Food. Yada, yada, yada, this band plays electric violins and uses a full drum kit now, but have been known to return to their roots every now and then. Still serving as a vehicle for the music of Bartok, this band has also come to embrace the Eastern European folk genre in general, arranging the region's music for live presentation. Not one's to limit their style, this band is continually exploring new and unique music to perform and hopes one day to conquer the world.

Known for their unique interpretations of Bela Bartok and their proliferation of something they like to call funk shui, which, when combined with a sort of lounge metal, creates a sound that can be traced to but only one band; Shubbaluliuma.

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    Special Event  |  March M&T Second Friday

    Friday, March 14, 2014, 5:30–8 pm

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