Funk Infused Pigeon Park
Pigeon Park is a rock band based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. Intertwined with blues, reggae, and funk-infused roots, the band has crafted a sound that is truly their own. Branching out into many styles of music, they continue to grow with the seasons. Pigeon Park was formed in 2008 out of a mutual love for creating and writing music shared between founding members Nick Weber (Vocals) Kevin Okabe (Guitars) Logan Pacholok (Guitars and Vocals) Artur Leppert (Bass) and Hunter Elliott (Drums). Together the five of them began a musical journey embarking on two Cross Canada tours and recording two albums.
With inspiration flowing from a wide range of influences, the band has crafted a sound that cant really be put into one specific genre. Over the years Pigeon Park has continued to develop a fan base across the country, getting the opportunity to play festival shows in B.C and touring across Eastern Canada.
This past summer the band journeyed out east for their second tour which saw them travel from their home of British Columbia to Quebec. Upon return from the tour the band stepped into the studio for their new EP due out August 31st, the bands new single and music video "Lovelight" was released in April.
The Vancouver-based rockers sound a lot like The Parlor Mob, The Trews, Led Zeppelin, The Black Crowes, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. "Lovelight" is an amazing track and the video is absolutely astounding! Nick Weber's voice seems to permeate the atmosphere and he has this undeniably fierce presence.