The Boogie Hustlers

When you hear the name Boogie Hustlers, you better take notice! Formed in early 2003 and rooted in the heavy pocket grooves of vintage soul and R&B, the Boogie Hustlers are an eight-piece ensemble consisting of drums, bass, keyboards, rhythm and lead guitars, trumpet, tenor sax, and two lead vocalists.
Their influences include Michael Franti, Soulive, Roy Hargrove, Jamiroquai, Van Morrison, and The Meters. With the recent release of their debut album 122 Ellsworth and a reputation as crowd favorites for their moving live performances, the Boogie Hustlers have officially served notice to the masses.