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Jeb Bush Orchestra

  • Fete Music Hall 103 Dike Street Providence, RI, 02909 United States (map)
FMH & Manifest Entertainment Present

The Jeb Bush Orchestra

with Leon Trout & The Stupid Robots

Saturday, May 11th

Fete Lounge
Doors: 9:00 PM
Tickets: $12 at the door
18 +



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Jeb Bush Orchestra

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The Jeb Bush Orchestra is an entirely apolitical, mostly instrumental dance funk band based out of Allston, Mass.





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Leon Trout

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Leon Trout is breaking into the Jam scene with a bang. Since their inception The Trouts have been playing music focused on groove and power without losing that all important danceability. With roots in Boston, Leon Trout has played countless bars and clubs ranging from Great Scott to their residency at The Middle East Nightclub. Gathering a steady grassroots following over the years their music has elevated them to the stages of several regional music festivals such as Wormtown, Strangecreek and Boston Freedom Rally.

With a new album in the works Leon Trouts music is continuing to evolve and grow to new heights. Tight complex compositions relentlessly slams into creative improvised grooves. With genres ranging from Funk to Latin Jazz to all out Rock and Roll this group manages to tactfully throw these ingredients together to create a dish like no other. If this group brings one thing to the table it is energy. With an eye in the future and a foot in the past there is no ceiling for Leon Trout.





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The Stupid Robots

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Crafted by the idle hands of a crazed and mysterious inventor Dr Leo Shtupid, the Stupid Robots have been an affront to nature since their inception. After spending years in desolate solitude, Dr Shtupid felt the need to entertain himself. He began converting household appliances into autonomous, music-making devices in order to create algorithmically perfect songs. The underlying algorithms, however, included a disastrous flaw, resulting in erratic originality. The Robots began to groove shamelessly, party enthusiastically, and improvise freely. They had become self aware. Although Dr Shtupid was deeply disappointed by his monstrous creation, he felt unable to decommission them. Instead, he decided to let them loose on the world at large to complete their prime directive: entertainment.