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Editors note: Boogie Machine plays from 7-10 p.m. today on the Jack FM Main Stage at Sayre Park for the 109th annual Strawberry Days Festival. Information: http://www.boogiemachine.comCity/hometown: DenverType of music played: DiscoMembers names: H.R. Funkinstuff, Cream Puff, Cherry Da Bomme and D. WigglerHow long has the band been together? Eight-plus yearsHow did you meet? Grew up together, met the rest in barsMost memorable city, town or country the band has played: Although we play all over the country, our most memorable recent gig would have been Vail Street Beat. What a killer venue 8,000-plus people doing some serious booty shakin.Favorite funky cover song: Play That Funky Music (white boy), cause its the story of my lifeWhat was the best part of the 70s? The Dean Martin Show. It had everything: hot chicks, superstars and a classy cat who never had to worry about where his next martini was coming from.Which Brady is better? Marsha, Marsha, MarshaWhat three musicians, living or dead, would the band jam with if it could? Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, Joe PerryEver been heckled? Ha! Ever been on stage? Hecklers tend to get run over by a freight train at our shows. The action is nonstop, so they never get a chance to start.Bands grooviest influence: Earth, Wind & Fire. What a mind-blowing show!If you could only own one album from the 70s for the rest of your life, what would it be? Earth, Wind & Fire Greatest HitsCheckered polyester bell bottoms or shiny Lycra disco jeans: Lycra all the way, baby. It shows everything keeps your mind where it belongs.If the band had a mascot, who or what would it be? An afro Chia PetCaptain and Tennille or Donny and Marie Osmond: Donny and Marie. Were a little bit disco (not country), and a little bit rock n roll.


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