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The band now numbers 15 members strong: Sharp (lead vocals), Bill Leigh (bass), Renee Padgett (vocals), Joe "Mojo" Powell (vocals), Marilee Bazzano (vocals), Lamont Duncan (bass, guitar), Paul Sloan (guitar), Chris Craig (guitar), Chris McGee (bass), Mark Viada (drums), Zack Farris (keyboards), Kevin "KBO" Owens (trumpet), Chris Jordan (alto saxophone), Andy Raskin (trombone), and Eric Shorter (tenor saxophone). The Orchestra crafts original songs with tongue firmly in cheek (check "Radio Bullshit Resistance Squad," "Happy Sanchez School of Low Riding," and "Superfun Teenage Girls"). Together the musicians have released an EP, Dim Sum Goodies, and appeared on the critically acclaimed compilation Funky Precedent Volume II. Their debut album is forthcoming. Hammerdown Turpentine. Parchman Farm. Crown City Rockers. Lyrics Born. Too $hort. Guerilla Hi-Fi. Palenque. John Santos. Boostamonte. Mark Levine. Realistic Orchestra. Joanna Newsom. Citizens Here and Abroad. The Monolith. Rogue Wave. Communique. Deerhoof. Two Gallants. Bing Ji Ling. Nedelle & Thom. Stymie & the Pimp Jones Luv Orchestra. Vetiver. Adrian & the Mysterious D. The Lovemakers. Matmos. The Paradise Boys. Comets on Fire. The Enemies.

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