Friday, May 31

The Pulsator’s brand of music has been described as California Gumbo, a spicy mix of hard driving Rockin’ Rhythm and Blues, New Orleans style funk and Rock Steady Reggae with a steady dose of the blues thrown in. That’s a mouth full, but it’s tasty and goes down easy.

Consisting of Johnny Campbell on vocals and drums, Doug McKenzie on guitar, Mick Whittington on bass, Rick Clifford on saxophone, Glenn Sullivan on trumpet, and John Farey on keyboards. Their repertoire features self-penned songs and a few of their favorites by other artists.

The Pulsators have a straightforward yet rough and tumble sound, one that blends many influences in a way that is both unique and familiar. If you want to dance and party to a rootsy mixture of feel-good music, the Pulsators are the band for you.

Here’s how fans describe the heart and soul of the band, starting with the Press Democrat:
“Although the band is best-known close to home, it’s still packing the house at venues all over the North Bay and are admired for volunteering to play benefit shows whenever local musicians need help with medical costs

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