Count Tutu STREAMING Live! (08/22/20)

$15.00 $10.00

After our technical difficulties with the Count Tutu, we’re ready to roll on August 22, 2020.

Count Tutu is a Tulsa-based, nine-piece band focused on creating original music that touches on today’s most relevant socio-political trends and issues, while keeping an upbeat attitude. It is a unique combination that makes the listener feel both the call to action and the uncontrollable need to dance to the beat and have a good time! Its band members have a diverse range of ethnic, cultural, and musical upbringings, and so their music is a blend of these cultures and musical styles, with the common denominator being to convey a powerful message through their music.

This is a live streaming concert and you will receive an email with the link in advance of the show so you can watch live.

Music starts promptly at 8 p.m. and the live stream will be up for about a week.

Only 160 tickets left

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Count Tutu

A late-night meetup at a taco shop, a looming sense that things aren’t quite right politically, and a growing fascination with Fela Kuti laid the foundation that magnetized 9 Tulsa musicians into the musical machine that is Count Tutu. Celebrating the diversity of it’s members and modern culture, the band infuses world rhythms, horn melodies, and vocal textures with meaningful messages about mass-incarceration, police violence, climate change, and the breakdown of communication in a politically charged internet-culture. Count Tutu uses their music to spearhead donation drives and campaigns for social change amongst their fans and are currently pushing for criminal justice reform with The Bail Project and their first single Slammer Song.

Branjae – Vocals
Nathan Wright – Vocals, Guitar
Michael Bremo – Drums
Ricky Gonzalez – Percussion, Keys
Jordan Hehl – Bass
Tommy Poole – Tenor Saxophone
Matt Leland – Trombone
Austin Stunkard – Trumpet
Mike Cameron – Baritone Saxophone

Count Tutu has been featured in many prestigious venues and festivals both locally and not-so-locally, with their latest highlight performance being at the Casibari Jazz Fest in Aruba last summer. The band released their first single “Slammer Song” on streaming platforms earlier this year and hopes to release their first album soon.