About

Get ready to pack the dance floor, because here comes Sugar Free Allstars! This Grammy-featured, family funk super duo from Oklahoma City has been listed as one of Time magazine's top 12 family music acts in America. They blend elements of soul, rhythm & blues, disco, gospel and New Orleans street parade music to provide a high energy rock show dance party experience that has been described as a hip shakin', head boppin', southern-based explosion of fun for all ages!


Chris “Boom!” Wiser (lead vocals, keyboards, woodwinds) and Rob “Dr Rock” Martin (drums, backing vocals) first met as music majors at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where both were members of the school’s top jazz ensemble. Over the next several years they gained experience as bandmates in musical groups of varying styles but eventually parted ways. Though fate still had big plans for the dynamic duo and would bring them back together in 2001 where they re-joined forces as Sugar Free Allstars. They have since developed into the bowtie-clad two piece groove machine beloved by families across the country.


Since their foray into the world of family music Sugar Free Allstars has garnered a great deal of critical acclaim and accolades on the national level. Among these are mentions in Time, People and Parents magazines, favorable reviews on About.com and Wired.com, numerous starred reviews in School Library Journal, multiple #1 hits on SiriusXM radio’s Kid's Place Live, National Parenting Publication Awards (NAPPA) Gold Award, Parent’s Choice Silver Award, airplay on the #1 NPR show “Car Talk”, and inclusion of a song on the anti bullying compilation “All About Bullies Big and Small” which won the 2011 Grammy for Best Children's Album.


SFA has released three family music albums, the most recent being 2012's All On A Sunday Afternoon, which features guest appearances by notable artists Keller Williams, Marty Beller of They Might Be Giants, Trout Fishing In America, Jack Forman of Recess Monkey and Shawana Kemp of Shine and the Moonbeams. This album, along with 2010's Funky Fresh and Sugar Free and 2007's Dos Ninos, has solidified Sugar Free Allstars' place in the Kindie (indie music for kids) music scene as the purveyors of Family Funk.