Go-Go Brass Funk Band

In The Year 2010, The Intoxicating Sound Of The Brass-A-Holics Is Like None Other. Buried In The Deep Musical Culture Of New Orleans, The Brass-A-Holics Toe The Line Of New Orleans Brass And Absolute Funk. The Band Represents A Mesh Of Musical Cultures That Are Rooted In Cities Separated By More Than A Thousand Miles. During A Brass-A-Holics Performance, The New Orleans Brass Band Culture Is Infused With The Electricity Of Washington D.C’s Go-Go. The Uniquely Blended Sound Of The Nine-Piece Band Is Both Captivating And Authentic Musically.

The Band Consists Of Core New Orleans Brass Elements – Trombone, Trumpet, Saxophone, And Features A Full Drum Set, Percussion, Keyboard, Bass And Electric Guitars. The Resulting “Go-Go Brass Funk” Genre Is Limitless, Evidenced By Mashups Involving Singer Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” And Hip-Hop Artist Fetty Wap’s “Trap Queen.” 

The Brass-A-Holics Venture Into A Musical Space Of Their Own, With Ever Changing Characteristics And Free Range To Explore The Musical Landscape Freely. The Brass-A-Holics Virtually Free-For-All Music Style Grants The Artist Boundless Access To The Hearts Of Fans Far And Wide. There Is Something In Every Show For Every Fan, When The Music Starts, The Demographics Blend And The Entire Crowd Is Afflicted. This Affliction, However, Isn’t Self-Inflicted And The Only Cure Is To Get Another Hit Of A Tannon Williams Trumpet Solo Or Taste The Rhythm Of A Reginald Nicholas Drum Beat. The Electric Vibe Is Intensified By The Hyperactive Performance Of The Band’s Founder And Trombonist, Winston Turner. Turner, A Former Member Of Prominent Bands Such As “The Marching 100,” “The Human Jukebox,” And “The Soul Rebels,” Has A Zest For Music Surpassed Only By His Passion For Performing. His Vibrant Lead Displays All The Side Effects Of A Musician, Tipsy On Horn Blast. 

The Brass-A-Holics' Sound Is One, Not Soon To Be Forgotten, In Fact, Similar To The Band’s Cast Of Character The Intoxication May Last Forever.