TURKUAZ are set to bring a colorful funk rock set to San Francisco out on their Life in The City Tour

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Next year there are so many great bands that are coming to San Francisco and one that you won’t want to miss is TURKUAZ. The Brooklyn-based nine piece band is set to head out on their Life In The City Tour.  The band is sure to bring a kaleidoscope of colors and personality to the stage. They will be heading to the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco on February 2nd. They will have support from Paris Monster.

They will be out on tour in support of their fifth full length album Life In The City. The album was released on September 28th and you can pick it up by heading here: http://smarturl.it/500dxo

It will be one amazing fun night of psychedelia, alternative, rock, funk and R&B. To give you a taste of what to expect check out their video for the album’s title track, Life in the City.


The band also recently released their second single “If I Ever Fall Asleep,” produced by Jerry Harrison of The Talking Heads, who worked on a couple songs on the album. Balancing male-female harmonies, strutting guitars, wild brass sections, and interminable grooves, this spirit takes shape in the neon hues donned by each respective member on stage via larger-than-life performances that turn into massive dance parties.

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Since emerging in 2011 with their self-titled debut, Turkuaz (Dave Brandwein [guitar, vocals], Taylor Shell [bass], Craig Brodhead [guitar, keys], Michelangelo Carubba [drums], Chris Brouwers [trumpet, keys], Greg Sanderson [tenor sax], Josh Schwartz [baritone sax, vocals], Sammi Garett [vocals], and Shira Elias [vocals]) has quietly animated a movement.  Touring incessantly in support of four full-length studio albums and three official live releases, they’ve lit up festivals from Bonnaroo, Suwanee Hulaween, Okeechobee, Electric Forest and Mountain Jam to Telluride Jazz, High Sierra, and Lock’n, in between gracing stages at legendary spots such as Red Rocks, Terminal 5 and The Fillmore. 2015’sDigitonium LP racked up over 1 million-plus cumulative streams. The bands live performances and infectious energy has garnered praise from the likes of Earmilk,Entertainment WeeklyThe New Yorker, and Relix.


Make sure to mark your calendars and get ready for a funkalicious night with TURKUAZ in February. Make sure to visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

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