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NOISEWATER is a New Orleans funk outfit that re-ignites the genre by fusing rock, jazz, reggae, and metal with one question in mind: “Will it FUNK?” Throwing down where others are phoning it in, NOISEWATER’s hard rocking edge harnesses the New Orleans culture that inspires them while setting stages ablaze with the sheer power of their sound. NOISEWATER is fronted by Norwegian born Ole Oddlokken, whose psychedelic tenor sax blazes over, under and through a taut, throbbing rhythm section with Brandon Hotard, guitar; former bass player John Meunier, Jr., (now replaced by Will Laird), Cody Fahnestock, drums, Chad Toups, percussion, and the searing Chad Carlile on keyboard and harmonica. The tongue in cheek titles found on their eponymous Louisiana Red Hot Records debut (Smacka Pitch, Boose Looty, Funkoteque) remind you at once that this band will always bring the party. Singles like the aforementioned “Funkoteque,” “Whatcha Know,” and “Funk as Prescribed” are no-holds-barred jams that make the body move and never let up.

NOISEWATER is a local favorite at New Orleans’ favorite venue, the world renowned Tipitina’s, and has supported some of New Orleans’ most potent exports (New Orleans Suspects, Soul Rebels, Billy Iuso and the Restless Natives and Bo Dollis Jr. and the Wild Magnolias to name a few) in concert halls and festival stages all over the Gulf Region.
NOISEWATER proves time and again that funk is as commanding and explosive as it ever was, and in New Orleans, they’re leading the charge with “Bro-Funk” at its finest.

Home Market
New Orleans
Gulf Region

Key Markets
•    For fans of hard-hitting “Bro-Funk” everywhere
•    Similar Artists: Galactic, Snarky Puppy, Lettuce, Red Baraat
•    Has opened for New Orleans Suspects, Soul Rebels,
Billy Iuso and the Restless Natives and Bo Dollis Jr. and
the Wild Magnolias and more!

MEMBERS:
Brandon Hotard – Guitar
Will Laird – Bass
Cody Fahnestock – Drums
Ole Oddlokken – Saxophone
Chad Charlile – Keyboard/Harmonica
Chad Toups – Percussion

 

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