BOOM KANE FUNG Featuring Bird With Toy Piano | KCET
BOOM KANE FUNG Featuring Bird With Toy Piano
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BOOM KANE FUNG, an experimental jazz trio led by Dan Rosenboom, were inspired by the compositional ingenuity of 14-year-old cockatoo and viral video star, Daisymae, finding joy in the absurd with this heartwarming performance.
Title: "Composition for Toy Piano" by THE BIRD featuring BOOM KANE FUNG
Presented by: Dan Rosenboom
Originally Posted: April 26, 2020
Composed by: THE BIRD AKA Daisymae
THE BIRD - toy piano
Dan Rosenboom - cornet
Logan Kane - bass
Anthony Fung - drums
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