Buster’s first solo album, Funk-a-doodle-doo!, is now available!

Buster has been working on the album since December, and put the finishing touches to it in April.

Released on Funky Pie Records, the album features 13 tracks, plus two additional bonus remixes – a heart-warming collection of funk, blues and R’n’B tunes, for a thirst-quenchingly meagre £5! To say ‘you can’t go wrong’ is an understatement of stupefying proportions.

All profit made from the album will go to assist the Alzheimer’s Society with their tremendous work in helping those affected by dementia throughout the UK.

Buster’s father, Roger (pictured left), aged 72, announced last year that he would be trekking along the Great Wall of China this coming October to raise money for the charity. So, Buster decided to release the CD to coincide with various pre-trek fundraising activities organised by his intrepid forebear.

Jeremy Hughes, Chief Executive of Alzheimer’s Society, says: “We are delighted that Roger and Buster are giving their time to support Alzheimer’s Society. One in three people over 65 will die with dementia. It is a devastating condition and can affect anyone.

“As a charity, we rely on the generosity of people like Roger and Buster to help us continue our vital work. Please back them in their fundraising efforts so that Alzheimer’s Society can continue leading the fight against dementia.”

To order your copy now of Funk-a-doodle-do! email Buster today at:


10 Responses to Funk-a-doodle-doo!

  1. Little Georgie from over the road! says:

    I have a memory of being a small girl with scruffy hair and long socks, standing at the end of the drive of Buster’s parents’ house. As I stood there I remember my feet starting to tap and my head nodding to the fabulous sound of KGB – Buster’s band! I was hooked! A time when I hadn’t a care in the world, just a keen interest to hear these boys play in their garage, they really were that good! I used to practically beg my father to take me to the local pub on Friday nights when they used to play to an audience. I was mesmerised! As a mother myself I now know how proud Buster’s mother must have been, and no doubt still is. Many years have passed and I now know Buster as a remarkably talented and highly intellectual man, who I am so proud to call my friend. peace xx

  2. Samantha Dorrough says:

    I love what you have done with the website. You have obviously put a lot of work in to it and it has turned out really well… I love you 🙂

  3. james patrick mcavaney says:

    I played drums for Colorblind James for almost 2 decades.Always got a kick from this song and Still have people call me on the 3rd of may to celebrate Buster Cornelius day.

  4. Ah, buster me ol’ china!

    Sorry I couldn’t make the 3rd, I hope the evening was a great success.

    Sarah’s Dad has recently been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and so as a small probably first of many contributions to the society, I’ll be dropping an e-mail your way to purchase your “funk-a-doodle-doo!” CD.

    Will have to get to a gig soon, been too long since the last one, so once we’ve moved to our new pad next weekend, will have to try and keep an eye out for dates of when you’re playing locally.

    Take care,

    • Tried clicking on the e-mail link to buy a CD, but got a System Administrator e-mail back saying that the e-mail address … funk-a-doodle-doo! … couldn’t be reached and an error message of … ” Server error: ‘550 Administrative prohibition’ ” … hopefully this will be an easy fix for someone looking after the website and e-mails.

      Hopefully someone from the site can let me know how to order a CD successfully, thanks.

    • Ah, Doc!

      Thank you. Sorry to hear of Sarah’s dad. Unfortunately, the number of cases is growing each year. We will be doing everything we can to raise as much cash as we can between now and the end of the year.

      I Will keep you posted regarding forthcoming dates. Good luck with the move.

      Take care,

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