K~Passa (kay’passa) n. 1.Collective name for a group of musical creatures, often seen frequenting the West Country. 2.Loud folk rock noise, can cause crowd euphoria. 3.Probable cause for outbreaks of spontaneous dancing [que-passa]
Formed in 1988, local recognition led to their appearance on the main stage at the 1992 Glastonbury Festival. Their blend of folk, Cajun, dub and reggae are eminently displayed on the live cassette, Two Back From The Front. The grassroots response to their fiery performances has garnered this UK-based folk/roots rock band a huge audience following across europe and the UK.
Recently reformed, with a new rhythm section, Edward’s voice, songs and accordion playing are still the foundation for K-Passa’s position as a favourite live folk-based act in Bristol, England.
* Kickin' Out - 1989 (Que-P)
* Two Back From The Front - 1992 (Que-P)
* After The Headrush - 1994 (Que-P)
* Life On The Plains - 1995 (Que-P)
* Born Again - 2001 (Que-P)