The two-man Cherokii is an unusual but hugely dynamic combination of bassist and drummer. Its a fantastic live act, but some of the song titles are not for the faint-hearted. A review in Nightshift said of them ""These boys are beasts. Make them your gods."
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Origins of the name: Originally the name Cherokee and was intended to be a working name for one gig only, but sort of stuck. To go with the Cherokee theme, Jack and Felix wore feathered head-dresses, but discovered it made them very hot under stage lights. Later the name was changed to Cherokii to avoid confusion with a French band.
Three minutes too long: This song was used for the band's first sampler single. Jack said "we thought we'd written a really clever song,... but then we discovered we were too stupid to play it".
Oxford Punt: Cherokee was selected as one of the showcased local bands at Oxford Punt 2016.
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Cherokii merchandise (Free sample CD) available directly from the band. Indie bands and artists work hard for little reward. If you like great music, support your local music scene. Go to gigs, buy the music, buy the CDs, buy the merchandise, contribute to fund-raisers, like them on Facebook, tell your friends about their gigs, or buy the band a drink.