Undulating Band Reunion Show 2018
It’s time for our annual reunion show. And this one will be our biggest one yet. Three bands this time. Tropix – an amazing band Aden and Rich were both a part of in the 90’s with Rene Ozuna, Drew Ruiz, Tom Burchill and Jim Wilson, and also a set from Fort Worth’s beloved Bertha Coolidge – their self proclaimed “garage jazz” project with Joseph Carter and Paul Metzger. Guaranteed to melt your faces off. We hope you will join us for this extra special night of friendship and music.

Advance tickets available here

Fresh new live footage of the band
My large, eight piece band complete with horn section. Dig this little, five minute video with samples of several of the styles that we do including Eighties, Motown, and even some country – gotta have some country in there, right?!

Smart video
Our new best friend John Fletcher from SMART Video Services created this awesome video for us. All of the footage was shot at a recent wedding reception we performed at in Dallas, TX for our friends Rachel and Jay. Lately I’ve been attempting to play DJ during our set breaks and it’s worked out really well. John captured some really amazing moments, a little bit of line dancing and some pretty serious moves by a few people. Check it out!

Brad interview and live footage
Shot in and around some of our favorite places with some of our most favorite people in Dallas and Fort Worth. Who knows, maybe you’re in it?! Check it out – it has some inspirational moments for sure and then a whole lot of me talking about the band too (then there’s the part where I don’t remember if we’re a four or a five piece). If you know someone that’s looking for a band for their next event (wedding reception, festival, fundraiser, big party, etc) we’d love for you to share it with them.

Special thanks to Mike Daane for letting me sit in his fancy studio and gab about the band and super special thanks to Chuck Shanlever for shooting all the video at various locations in the wee hours of the night and editing the footage down to the glorious masterpiece that you now see before you. Bonus points if you can spot the “magic” disappearing and reappearing coffee cup in the studio segments.