A dinner date for Snarky Puppy

Sarky Puppy's Family Dinner guests

Grammy Award-winning band Snarky Puppy have released a trailer for volume 2 of their vocal project 'Family Dinner' due for release February 12th 2016.

American Grammy Award-winning band Snarky Puppy has released a teaser video for the forthcoming ‘Family Dinner Vol.2’ vocal album. Recorded down in New Orleans this album has the biggest and most diverse array of guest performers so far, comprising legendary, established and emerging vocalists and instrumentalists.

The band have again worked with film maker Andy LaViolette for the DVD release and theatrical screenings will begin in January 2016. The Worldwide album release date is February 12, 2016. 

Watch the trailer below and marvel at the list of contributors.

Guest vocalists

  • Susana Baca - vocals
  • Chris Turner - vocals
  • Jacob Collier - vocals, piano, & harmonizer
  • David Crosby - vocals & acoustic guitar
  • Becca Stevens - vocals, acoustic guitar, & charango
  • Genevieve Artadi - vocals
  • Laura Mvula - vocals
  • Salif Keïta - vocals

Guest instrumentalists

  • Charlie Hunter - 8-string guitar
  • Louis Cole (Knower) - drums
  • Michelle Willis - pump organ & vocals
  • Jeff Coffin - tenor sax, alto flute, & flute
  • Carlos Malta - pife, bass flute, alto flute, flute, & soprano sax
  • Bernardo Aguiar - pandeiro & percussion
  • Roger Tallroth (Väsen) - parlor guitar & 12-string acoustic guitar
  • Olov Johansson (Väsen) - nyckelharpa
  • André Ferrari (Väsen) - percussion
  • Big Ed Lee - sousaphone
  • Carolina Araoz - vocals
  • Bah Kouyate-Kone - vocals
  • Aminata Dante - vocals
  • Amos Gohi Baraon - vocals

New Orleans international artists

  • Nigel Hall - vocals
  • Big D Perkins - electric guitar
  • Ivan Neville - clavinet & vocals
  • John Gros - organ
  • Brian Coogan - piano & vocals
  • Big Sam Williams - trombone
  • Khris Royal - alto saxophone
  • Terence Blanchard - trumpet
  • Donald Ramsey - electric bass
  • Jamison Ross - drums
  • Terence Higgins - drums
  • Mike Dillon - percussion
  • Jason Marsalis - percussion

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