Station was founded in 1996 by Jalani Horton of St. Thomas, V.I. to present
creative ideas that would impact peoples lives. In 1999, Andy Llanos of St. Croix joined
Bambu Station as the bassist and Tuff Lion, with his brilliant guitar work, offered his
wealth of experience to help the young bredrens evolve and grow. Their initial recording
was the independent single, "Amadou Diallo" (2000) and commenced a musical
relationship, with the addition of Warren Pedersen in 2003, that has galvanized roots fans
across the world. Several of their releases are some of the most regarded works today.
Bambu Station Sound: The sound of Bambu Station is best
described as heavy, natural and relentlessly captivating. From its music to its lyrics,
Bambu Station's sound is very percussive, profound and inviting to any listener. Their
recordings and live shows are filled with a brilliant spirit, harmonies and an alluring
quality. They are certainly one of the most significant artists representing reggae music
in this generation.
|The Bambu Station Foundation:
Bambu Station has always contributed and sought to assist charitable events and
organizations throughout its' history. This community activism has manifested in The Bambu
Station Foundation, a private organization founded in 2004 to improve and affect the lives
of children worldwide.
Bambu Station Members:
Andy Llanos - Drums, Bass, Percussion & Vocals
Warren Pedersen II - Bass, Keyboard, Guitar & Percussion
Tuff Lion - Guitar, Keyboard, Bass & Vocals
Jalani Horton - Lead Vocalist, Keyboard and Guitar
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