What’s with the band name? The name Bunbury came from “Bunburying" which is a term introduced by Oscar Wilde in the play, "The Importance of Being Earnest." It is the "art of inventing a friend whose troubles are so compelling that nobody will question the need to visit that friend at short notice, and for any length of time.”

The Bunbury jazz trio with saxophonist Richard Sloan, guitarist Keith Chamberlain and bassist Generosa Litton have been working on perfecting the art of Bunburying. We often ignore daily chores, work responsibilities, and obligations and instead we focus on playing music in our own way without fear of backlash from meddlesome friends, co-workers, and family.