Kokolo's punk-infused blend of Afro-beat, salsa, jazz, and funk has taken the behemoth New York City-based collective all over the world. Formed in 2001 by singer/songwriter Ray Lugo and English trombonist Chris Morrow, the band grew into an eight-piece and became a fixture at legendary Big Apple avant-garde haven the Knitting Factory. The band's self-produced debut album, Fuss and Fight, was released independently in 2002, followed by More Consideration in 2004 and Love International in 2007. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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