This folk-rock ensemble, founded in 2014, mixes elements of jazz, Americana, bluegrass, country, rock, and more to make its own style of music calling its sound “psychedelic-roots-rock.” Seeing them perform is an absolute treat. Bigfoot Buffalo has the ability to capture your attention like silent whispers on the wind brushing against your ear to a full blown tornado roaring your way ready to knock you off your feet. You never know what musical genera your going to get…maybe all of them!

“I think the best part of this scene is people are open to a lot of different types of music, which has made our evolution that much easier,” Brown said. “I’m sure people prefer different genres and different eras in our band’s existence. But for the most part, people have been just as interested in our newfound psychedelic rock direction as they were in our early old tyme and folk stuff. I think the festival scene in Michigan helps that a lot. There’s a whole bunch of different genres represented and the folks aren’t afraid to genre hop all over the place.”