FI & THE FUNK ROCKERS, HAHNEMANN'S PILLS, THE BADI EXPERIENCE
FI & THE FUNK ROCKERS ONSTAGE: 00:30
FI & THE FUNK ROCKERS
Fi & The Funk Rockers are a dynamic, edgy, funk, rock, pop and blues covers band. They’re all professional, established musicians. They regularly play at venues such as Stramash, Whistlebinkies, Biblos and McSorleys.
Fronted by the powerful, versatile, Edinburgh established vocalist Fiona MacEwan, who has many years experience singing in 2 top Abba tribute bands, The Abba Experience and Absolut Abba touring here and abroad, Divine Diva Tribute Show, several popular wedding/function bands and acoustic duo Fi & Me. She was a member of the The Gospel Truth Choir where she supported Sir Tom Jones at The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Donny Munro (Ex Runrig) at The Famous Grouse Whisky Festival, sang with Rikki Ross (Deacon Blue) and The Red Hot Chilli Pipers. Also sang with the lead cast of The Lion King at The Playhouse Theatre in 2013.
Drummer Bruce Mackay currently plays with The Police Sting Show in theatre shows all over the U.K, also plays in The Mike Breen Band and The Simon Brett Band and has played with K.T Tunstall.
Alex (Alejandro Rey) is our Spanish axeman and fronts his own covers band The Procrastinators and also acoustic guitarist/vocalist in Fables Duo.
Andy Quinn is the bassmeister.
A Scouserbilly approach to Traditional, Transatlantic Folk. Songs from Scotland, England, Ireland and America. All served with a side order of humour and satirical garnish.
THE BADI EXPERIENCE
The BADI Experience return, bringing their unique blend of acoustic rock to Whistlebinkies. Fronted by The Sinister Minister, prepare to be challenged, spiritually and emotionally through a mix of original songs and readings as The Minister delivers – The Sermon.
sunday 16th feb, 9:30 pm(GMT+00:00)
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