Seal Team 3 (Kebbi Williams And Co), Cave Bat, Suffer Bomb Damage

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Kebbi Williams is a world class Saxophone player. Kebbi is the Saxophone player in...Brass Tacks and played for the Grammy Award winning band Outkast. In recent years Kebbi has been laying tracks for names like John Legend and touring with the Tedeschi Trucks Band. At the 2004 Grammy Awards he also performed with two other legendary Grammy bands - George Clinton & P-Funk, as well as Earth, Wind & Fire.

Williams studied saxophone throughout high school and college, earning an under graduate Degree in Jazz from Howard University.
His command of the saxophone started to reach public acclaim when, at age 22, he won an award from Downbeat Magazine for his Musicianship. From there, he went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from Howard University.
Williams has gone on to play a wide range of music including Jazz, Hip-Hop, Soul, and Rock & Roll. He has performed with many of the best contemporary and legendary Musicians of our time, a long list that includes Grammy Award winners: Outkast, Branford Marsalis, Donald Byrd, Roy Hargrove, Cee-lo and Gnarls Barkley, Mos Def, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Bilal, Oteil Burbridge, Me’Shell Ndegeocello, Russell Gunn, Betty Carter, Derek Trucks, and Julie Dexter. Kebbi has always been breaking down barriers and pushing the envelope Musically; turning his Jazz background and training into a coveted item that can crossover into the varied worlds of Hip-Hop, Soul, and Rock & Roll. Kebbi continues to perform around the world with many great Musicians ranging from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Outkast and Mos Def to virtuosos like Me’Shell Ndegeocello.

Seal Team 3: Special Ops will be:
Marquinn Mason
David Brooks
Lil John
Kebbi Williams

cave bat is an Atlanta trio consisting primarily of synths, drums and electronics. Voted Creative Loafing's 'best experimental act of 2015', the group covers a lot of territory, from thick bubbly drone excursions to whimsical sonic retreats to lengthy dubbish noise journeys and damaged synth fanfare. Now 18 albums deep (in a year and a half long career thus far), the band's sound smacks of urgency and immediacy as much as it does meditative psychedelia. The newest album, 'excursions', is out on bandcamp and available at shows.

Suffer Bomb Damage is an Atlanta noise quartet. Capable of conjuring anything from razor thin staticky murmurs up to crashing walls of harsh noise, the group always impresses and surprises. All sounds are created and manipulated live and blend traditional rock instrumentation such as bass and electric guitar with any manner of non conventional found sound and electronic contraptions.
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