frobeck = funk rock awesomeness
Since 2005, Frobeck has been astonishing audiences throughout Northern California with their unique blend of Pop, Funk, and Rock music. With high-octane vocals, life-altering songs, and world-class musicianship it was only a matter of time before they launched to the forefront of the Northern California music scene. These Grammy pre-nominate, two time NORBAY music award recipients have shared the stage with Sons of Champlin, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Booker T, Bootsy Collins, The New Mastersounds, Trombone Shorty, Papa Grows Funk, Los Lonely Boys and many other internationally recognized acts.
Spencer Burrows - Vocals / Keys
Kris Dilbeck - All Guitars
Callie Watts - Backing Vocals
Ben Burleigh - Bass Guitar
Paul Spina - Drums / Percussion
Alex Scammon - Baritone Sax / Clarinets
Alex Garcia - Tenor / Alto Sax
Cayce Carnahan - Trumpet
Frobeck Video clips
Frobeck - Mother Earth - Live at Sweet Water Music Hall - Mill Valey, CA 2016
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“This is about the best band I’ve heard in I don’t know....This Shit is good!...This shit is really really good! Spencer is one of the best singers I’ve ever heard...ever.”
Bill Champlin - Sons of Champlin and former singer for Chicago
"listened to a new CD recently by a north bay band called Frobeck. The CD is refreshingly good. The band really plays well together and they’re very musical with a good rhythm section and powerful vocals. The songwriting is also a real strong point. At times they brought back very fond memories of my time playing with Little Feat yet they seem to be finding their own unique voice.”
Emilio Castillo - Tower of Power
“Favorite CD of the Year! Not Just Locally, but maybe as good as it gets....and, Spencer Burrows is the most soulful singer I’ve heard in these parts, probably since Bill Champlin.”
Bob Brown - Manager: Pablo Cruise, former manager of Huey Lewis & the News, Owner: Rancho Nicasio
"The 'sea of truth' is this idea that the truth is a vast, huge thing, much bigger than us, and it can either be a beautiful thing or it can be tragic," says Burrows. Despite its heavy undertones, the album is anything but somber, as Frobeck bursts out of their past for a robust, upbeat and vivacious collection of songs."
"They remind me of Tower of Power with the Rhythmic Touch of Stevie Wonder."
Jerry Pompili - former V.P. of Bill Graham Presents
“ This is The best band in Sonoma County these Days.”
Steve Jackson - KSRO 1350 radio host