Key West is the band to have for a high-energy night of Caribbean influenced music. Voted the number one party band by the Roanoke Times and Best Local Band of 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006 by the Roanoker Magazine, Key West has opened for many national acts including The Tams, The Drifters, The Coasters, The Kingsmen, Jan and Dean, The Box Tops and Cravin' Melon.
With a large supply of Jimmy Buffett songs as well as Reggae', Creole, Latin and original songs this band can turn the darkest of winter nights into an island party. Their music crosses so many boundaries they have become a staple in the corporate, festival and college markets. The typical Key West audience is a multi-generational, energetic, loyal group of followers known as Island Trash.
The bands' 1995 CD, "Postcards From Paradise" has sold out after a second pressing. Their second release, "Island Trash...Looking For A Party" has out sold the first disc, produced a #1 song in California and was in rotation on Sirius satellite radio. The third CD, "Planting Palm Trees" features several guests including a live horn section, and special guest, Doyle Grisham from the Coral Reefer Band. This CD was released at sea on Carnival Cruise Lines, with the band performing on the ship.
Key West has appeared in nineteen states and the District of Columbia. Using their flight rider, they are available anywhere in the world.
In The Summertime
You Can Call Me Al