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Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band has a dance party

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Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band gigs Tahoe on Friday night for no cover charge.
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CRYSTAL BAY, Nev. and#8212; Dig out your disco pants and grab your dancing shoes, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band is hitting the road this fall armed with a slew of national tour dates and a new album, and#8220;Re-Doing it Hard.and#8221;

The six-piece powerhouse kick off a fall tour Sept. 12 in Charleston, S.C. with stops throughout the Southeast before making their way to the Sest Coast. The project will make a number of stops in key cities along the way including Athens, Asheville, Los Angeles, Santa Cruz, San Francisco and on Friday, Sept. 28, the Crystal Bay Casino for a free Crown Room show.

Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band has been blowing the doors off packed clubs and large theaters alike with a unique brand of Nu-Funk music. Known for a fusion of old school funk, hip-hop, electronic music and a little rock and roll, the band is making large strides in 2012.

Performing well over 150 shows a year, and celebrating 10 years as a touring machine, and#8220;The Booty Bandand#8221; fifth album was released Sept. 18. and#8220;Re-Doing it Hardand#8221; (a re-mix of the sophomore studio release and#8220;Doin’ It Hardand#8221;) features a number of guest DJs, musicians and covers a vast musical landscape. The album travels from heavy doses of hip-hop to trancy electro-lounge music while venturing into heavy club inspired dance tracks. Add in the incredibly sexy vocals of Mary Francis and Molly Kummerle, there is no telling what this six-piece project is capable of.


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