We’re rolling into summer now at the mish with Memorial Day weekend and BONERAMA! Set inside our
dance hall at the mish, the 15 year old “trombone powerhouse” blew the crowd away from the second
they started their set. The band hails from New Orleans and instantly you could tell these guys
embodied what it means to be a band from one of America’s most eclectic and respected music cities.
When the band arrived they could hardly believe their eyes when checking out the scenery of the
Mishawaka. That has to be one of the best parts of working with the bands here. They light up when they
see the river and the canyon in all its glory. Coming from sea level, Bonerama truly was in awe of this
magical spot we get to call our local music venue.
Opening for Bonerama was the RunniKine and Homefried Boogaloo, both hailing from Colorado. They
set up the night with some funkadelic tunes that got the whole canyon bumping. People danced on the
patio and inside enjoying every minute.
Bonerama is known for their funky renditions of cover songs. When they played Led Zeppelin, the
crowd went nuts. Lead singer Mark Mullins’s deep and sultry voice grabbed the attention of everyone in
the room almost commanding them to dance! Seeing the opening acts hang out and get down with the
crowd is always exciting, and everyone was coming together through Bonerama’s groves.
The Spokesbuzz Lounge allows for a more intimate concert setting allowing fans to get up close and
even request songs they wanted to hear from the band. The interaction with the crowd and bands made
it even more special, giving it almost a house party feel but with 200+ of your closest friends. With the
disco ball twirling and production lighting up the night, everyone from staff to security couldn’t help but
move to the funk.
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