BIG STICKY MESS

Date:

Wed Mar 27

Time:

9:30 PM

Age:

21+

Talent:

 

  • Show Time: Weednesday, March 27th, 9:20 PM til 2:00 AM
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM *
  • Show Type: Live Funk Rock Original Fonk Music Party
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

 

 

BigSticky Mess

ORIGINAL FUNK FOR YOUR EARHOLE

 

 

Big Sticky Mess traveled light years at rocketing speeds toEarth in search of you. Now, as if shot out of a cannon through the heart of arainbow, the Mess is here bringing a kaleidoscopic mix of extraterrestrialhooks, vibrant grooves and potent beats, purely for your entertainment.

Close your eyes and hear the funky jams reminiscent of decadespast with a sound much larger than the three piece arrangement before youshould allow.  So slip another drop under your tongue and join theinter-planetary groove train that is the Big Sticky Mess.

 

 

Press:

Winner of the Sacramento News and Review 2015Funk Sammie Award as the top funk band in the greater Sacramento area.    

 

 

“Big Sticky Mess’s funky energy isinfectious: once you’ve gone to one of their shows, you get an itch for thenext one. Lyrically funny, musically groovy, they’re a pillar of the Sacramentoarea funk scene. For anyone looking for a reason to dance, Big Sticky Mess ishere for you.”

DJ Tinker

KDVS 90.3 FM in Davis

 

“Big Sticky Mess is an honest-to-goodnessfunk band, James Brown trapped inside Davis.”

The Davis Enterprise (11/05/13)

 

“Fox & Goose loves the incrediblyfunky-fresh Big Sticky Mess. Do you like James Brown? Do you like Funkadelic?These ridiculous funkers will make you wiggle and giggle. BSM is wicky wickyawesome!!!”

Charles Cavendish, Booker for Fox andGoose in Sacramento, Ca

 

“Aquality 3 piece funk band that knows how to fill a room with some nasty beats,a solid but fluid low end, and guitar and vocals that ride on top like coolwhip on pumpkin pie. These guys love the art of performance and will bring itall night ling. They have no problem getting the room up to get down. Hell,they had people moving until they bled and left in an ambulance, thats no jokeeither.”
Mark Mitchell, Booker for The Torch Club in Sacramento, Ca

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