DC's beloved all-90s party band, White Ford Bronco, metes out sizzling slabs of rock; decadently dulcet pop ditties; and heaping, hot bowlfuls of "OMG-I-Freakin'-Love-This-Song!!!!!!" all lovingly crammed down the throats of the teeming, carousing masses who gather to have their ravenous appetites for the songs of two decades ago (yeah, it's been that long) oh-so-thoroughly satisfied.
Long a mere dream kicking around in the overactive imaginations of its founders, White Ford Bronco officially came into being in the Spring of 2008. Since then the five member ensemble has been sparking bouts of flannel-laden, slap-bracelet-snapping, pog-playing, big-butt-loving nostalgia across the Washington, D.C. area. If you're longing for the days when Danny Tanner could solve everything with a hug and presidential scandals only involved ruining a marriage, allow us to take you on a musical journey to that magical last decade of the 20th century. Whatever flavor -- be it Alternative, Rock, Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, or Country -- if it's 90s, WFB plays it.
White Ford Bronco is influenced by the critical parental advice of Danny Tanner and the food at the Max. And the Peach Pit. The cuckolding of 90210 and Melrose Place. The red one pieces and the authority of David Hasselhoff that looks over the Los Angeles County Beaches. The Reebok Pump. Carlton's dance moves. The sound of a slammer pounding down on a pile of pogs. The snap of a slap bracelet. George Herbert Walker Bush. William Jefferson Clinton. And at times Ross Perot, Al Gore, Bob Dole and Dan Quayle. Wayne's World. Hypercolor T- Shirts. The ever so adorable Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Tim Allen's two other kids. Scratch that, JTT and the Olson Twins. And of course the same thing we try to do everyday Pinky...try to take over the world.