Brasshouse: Too Many Zooz bring the depths of New York City to Australia

From the underbelly of New York City’s subway stations to gleaming stages alongside BeyoncéToo Many Zooz have proven their unique take on music can spark a fire in anyone, and they’ve announced their first Australian tour.

Baritone saxophonist Leo Pellegrino, trumpeter Matt Doe and drummer David ‘King of Sludge’ Parks met while attending the Manhattan School of Music and wanted to find a way of using their formal training in very informal settings.

Performing in the subways of New York CityToo Many Zooz earned their reputation busking but it wasn’t long until their powerful noise took them to a whole new level –  they lent a hand in creating Beyoncé‘s critically acclaimed album Lemonade as well as sharing the stage with her. I mean.

Bedford is an audiovisual ode to the video that catapulted them into the stratosphere and led them to Bey.

Too Many Zooz will throw down their infectious style of jazz, dubbed ‘Brasshouse’, during their seven date tour through November with shows in BrisbaneMullumbimbySydneyMelbourne and Queenscliff.

Too Many Zooz Australia Tour Dates

  • Thursday, November 16
    The Zoo, Brisbane, QLD
    Tickets here.
  • Friday, November 17
    Mullum Festival, Mullumbimby, NSW
    Tickets here.
  • Saturday, November 18
    Mullum Festival,  Mullumbimby , NSW
    Tickets here

  • Thursday, November 23
    Oxford Arts Factory,  Sydney, NSW 
    Tickets here.
  • Friday, November 24
    Howler,  Melbourne, VIC
    Tickets here.
  • Saturday, November 25
    Queenscliff Music Festival, Queenscliff, VIC
    Tickets here.
  • Sunday, November 26
    Queenscliff Music Festival, Queenscliff, VIC
    Tickets here.

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