On Oct. 25, it was announced that self-styled “brass house” band Too Many Zooz will be bringing their eclectic brand of instrumental dance music to the Northeast early next year. The group will be coming to Cambridge, Mass. for a two night stand at the area’s best independent music venue The Sinclair. Tickets for both all-ages shows are on sale now.
After forming in 2013 in New York City, Too Many Zooz begin making their name the old-fashioned way; by playing for change at various subway stations. In March 2014, the band found international fame when a video of their performance of the song “Bedford” racked up millions of views on YouTube. Following the success of their viral performance, the group further raised their mainstream profile by performing with Beyoncé and the Dixie Chicks at the 2016 Country Music Awards. Too Many Zooz also released their first album, Subway Gawds, that same year to widespread critical praise.
Too Many Zooz’s upcoming tour dates.