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Tribal Herb

Download their song 'Funkyside'

Tribal Herb hamming it upTribal Herb are a Dublin five piece band who have been together for six years. In that time they have built up a reputation on the live circuit as an emphatic zappa-esque funk band. Playing everything from jazz to rock to funk to cartoon music, they aim to bring their high octane stage show to the masses. All members are musically proficient on three to four instruments each and all have a background in session work. In 1994 at the tender age of sixteen they won the Panasonic Soundblast Awards in Dublin and went on to play the grand final in London's 'Clapham Grand', hosted by none other than Jools Holland and Bob Geldof. Since then they have played around rural Ireland , England and San Francisco to good reaction. After a 6 month break they are back and unleashing their music on an unsuspecting public.

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Windows Media Download now! 0.6 MB 1.5 minutes

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