NEW ORLEANS BRASS ROCK
With over 200 performances across Ontario, Quebec, the East Coast, New England and New York, Turbo Street Funk has gained a reputation for explosive live shows, opening for artists such as The Lost Fingers, Five Alarm Funk, Terra Lightfoot, Rita Chiarelli, The Soul Motivators and Emmanuel Jal.
Turbo Street Funk has graced stages at Moncton's Mosaiq Multicultural Festival (2017), Indie Fridays @ Yonge-Dundas Square (2017), Huntsville's Algonquin Theatre (2017), Summerfolk Music & Crafts Festival (2017), Orillia Jazz Festival (2017), Niagara Jazz Festival (2017), Beaches Intl. Jazz Festival (2017), Small World Music Festival (2017), The Opera House (2017), Kingsville Folk Festival (2017), Tremblant Intl. Blues Festival (2016), Blue Skies Music Festival (2016), Jazz Sudbury (2016), Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival (2016), Lighthouse Blues Festival (2016), Koerner Hall (2015), Mariposa Folk Festival (2015) and many more.
"These guys are exuberant, highly entertaining and loads of fun. You don’t want to miss them."
- Mariposa Folk Festival
"I am enchanted by this band, their humour, their talent and their intoxicating energy."
- Spill Magazine
"[Turbo Street Funk] gather crowds wherever they go."
"When you do come across them, it's a real treat."
"They're funky (hence the name), they're charismatic, they're young, and they're playing atypical instruments..."
"Produced by Chris Birkett (Buffy Sainte-Marie), "Momentum" captures [Turbo Street Funk's] infectious energy neatly."
- FYI Music News
"You haven’t lived until you hear Turbo Street Funk do The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."
– Orillia Packet & Times
"...Like Chicago or Lighthouse if they were to really loosen up and have some fun."
"If you are a fan of live music or considering booking this incredibly talented group...please do yourself a favour, DO IT!"