Milwaukee’s Newest Jazz Fusion Band: No Seatbelts is Dropping a Two-Part “Perspectives” Project March 24th
No Seatbelts will be performing at Arte Para Todos for the first time in April.
Milwaukee, WI— Milwaukee’s newest jazz fusion band: No Seatbelts is releasing a two-part project entitled “Perspectives” on March 24th. This project will include two EP’s and a single. The first portion of the project will be three tracks of song covers and jazz standards from the perspective of No Seatbelts. Perspectives is a creation from a joint belief that music should be unpredictable, and fun. No Seatbelts is composed of five Milwaukee musicians that include one singer-song writer, two pianists, one drummer and a bassist, who appreciate tradition but aren’t afraid of stepping out of the norm. Along with the release of their new project, No Seatbelts will be performing at Arte Para Todos for the first time in April.
About No Seatbelts
No Seatbelts hit the Wisconsin music scene with performances at the Levitt AMP concert series in Steven Point, Wisconsin last summer and Milwaukee’s Band Bazzar held at Mr. J’s lounge on Milwaukee’s Northside last fall. They’ve also performed at Summer Solstice after party at Company Brewing. Each member has an extensive background in the local music scene. Band members Kyndal J. and Quentin Farr are a part of well-known Milwaukee band Foreign Goods; Curtis Crummp plays for multiple bands in the Kenosha and Racine area; Derick Carney, aka Dee Cee, has been a part of Milwaukee’s music scene since the early 2000’s; and Calvin Tuner has performed with Milwaukee artists such as Eddie Butts, Charles Walker, and B~Free.
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