Double Funk Crunch

R&B - Motown - Disco - Variety
Bay Music and Entertainment performer Double Funk Crunch

“The Double Funk Crunch Show” is a nine-piece party band formed in 1997 to serve corporate, private and public clients who desire fun and entertaining dance music for their events. Originally established as a 70s disco band, DFC has morphed itself over the last ten plus years into a high-energy, fun, party band that has expanded their repertoire to encompass dance music from the Big Band, Smooth Jazz, Hip- Hop, R&B, Funk, Disco and Rock genres. The Double Funk Crunch show is a music trip through thirty years of top dance hits.

The band is fronted by dynamic blues/jazz vocalist Leah Tysse, powerful rock vocalist Laura (Ms. LA) Kuppinger, and the soulful R&B voice of David (Doc) Robinson. The three together are a high-energy front line with choreography, on point vocal harmonies, and an awesome stage presence that is second to none!

When you back up an awesome floorshow and vocals with the likes of bass player Keni “K-Funky” Williams, jazz pianist and keyboard player Christian Boyd, funk and rock guitarist Jon Kuppinger, and the high-energy funk groove of drummer Richie Aguon you are on your way to having one exciting party! DFC takes you to the next level by featuring the blazing horn section of veteran saxophonist Vince Lars, and trumpeter Jeff Lewis. Double Funk Crunch is comprised of professional musicians who have played with such artist as Destinys Child, Toni, Tone, Tony, Confunkshun, Ledisi, and the Whispers to name a few.

Printable Songlist

867-5309 ” Jenny Jenny ” Tommy Tutone
Baby Got Back ” Sir Mix-a-Lot
Bad, Bad Boys ” Puff Daddy
Bad Girls ” Donna Summer
Best of My Love – Emotions
Billie Jean ” Michael Jackson
Boogie Man ” KC & Sunshine Band
Boogie Oogie oogie – Taste of Honey
Brass Monkey ” Beastie Boys
Brick House ” Commodores
Bust a Move ” Young MC
Carwash – Rose Royce
Crazy In Love – Beyonce
Dancing Queen – Abba
Disco Inferno – The Tramps
Don’t Leave Me This Way – Thelma Houston
Don’t Stop ‚Äòtil You Get Enough ” Micheal Jackson
Everybody Dance Now (Sweat) ” CC & the Music Factory
Family Affair ” Mary J. Blige
Fight for Your Right (To Party) ” Beastie Boys
Fire – Ohio Players
Get Down Tonight – KC & the Sunshine Band
Get On the Good Foot ” James Brown
Give It To Me ” Rick James
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C&C
Good Times ” Chic
Got To Be Real ” Cheryl Lynn
Heart Breaker ” Pat Benetar
Holiday – Madonna
Hollywood Swingin’ ” Kool & the Gang
Hot in Here – Nelly
How Deep Is Your Love ” BeeGees
Humpty Dance ” Digital Underground
I Will Survive – Gloria Gaynor
I Wish – Stevie Wonder
It Takes Two ” Rob Base
It’s Tricky ” Run DMC
Jungle Boogie – Kool & the Gang
Ladies Night ” Kool & the Gang
Lady Marmalade – LaBelle
Le Freak ” Chic
Let It Whip ” Dazz
Let’s Get It On ” Marvin Gaye
Let’s Go Crazy – Prince
Let’s Groove – Earth, Wind, & Fire
Love Rollercoaster – Ohio Players
Naughty Girl – Beyonce
Next Episode ” Snoop & Dre
Pick up the Pieces – Average White Band
Play That Funky Music (White Boy) – Wild Cherry
PYT (Pretty Young Thing) ” Micheal Jackson
Rapper’s Delight ” Sugarhill Gang
Rapture ” Blondie
Rock Your Body ” Justin Timberlake
September – Earth, Wind, & Fire
Sex Machine – James Brown
Shake, Shake, Shake – KC & the Sunshine Band
Shining Star – Earth, Wind, & Fire
Sing a Song – Earth, Wind, & Fire
Stayin’ Alive ” Bee Gees
Superfreak – Rick James
(That’s the Way) I Like It – KC & the Sunshine Band
This Is How We Do It ” Montell Jordan
Walking on Sunshine ” Katrina and the Waves
We Are Family-Sister Sledge
When I Think of You – Janet Jackson
Workin’ Day and Night ” Michael Jackson
You Shook Me All Night Long ” AC/DC
You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees

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