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Oklahoma City’s SUGAR FREE ALLSTARS are one of my favorite bands lighting up the Kindie Scene, providing some true family-friendly funk jams that legitimately ROCK. On April 2, SFAs’ Boom! (aka Chris Wiser) and Dr. Rock (aka Rob Martin) are back with a new, self-titled album of fresh jams that draw inspiration from Parliament Funkadelic, early ‘80s Prince, old-school rap, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Dixieland, and even Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem… one of the greatest bands of all-time. In fact, SUGAR FREE ALLSTARS even break out their own (stellar) version of The Electric Mayhem’s “Can You Picture That?” from 1979’s THE MUPPET MOVIE. For a taste of what’s to come, check out the first video from the new album, “Monster Truck.” Actually, this song nearly had me filing this one under Rock Father Rides

Guest artists on Sugar Free Allstars include Genevieve Goings on vocals (Choo Choo Soul ); Roger Manning, Jr., on keyboards (member of Beck’s band since 1995 and founding member of Jellyfish and Moog Cookbook); and Fred Tackett on guitar (recorded and toured with Bob Dylan and a current member of Little Feat).

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