THE band was formed around the tanoa early this year and yesterday its melody attracted more than 300 people at Macuata Day celebrations in Labasa.
Consisting of a group of farmers from Navesidrua Village in Seaqaqa, Macuata, the combined Savu ni Buca and Veivueti ni Savu Rogo Yawa kei Tamonibuca band attracted curious music lovers to the Seaqaqa stall with their new and old hits.
Band spokesman Ilaitia Tuvuku said they decided to put together a group of singers after being invited to perform at various occasions in and near their village this year.
"We started on a low profile but because of the melodious voices some of us have, we became famous in the district of Seaqaqa," Mr Tuvuku said.
"People invite us to weddings, fundraising drives and other special occasions where we receive positive feedbacks from people because they love our songs.
"At the moment, we are only performing sigi drigi as we try to keep intact with the iTaukei culture and tradition," he said.
Mr Tuvuku said they planned to record an album once they've composed ten songs.
"Sometimes, we sing songs from other albums but we want to make sure we write our own music. If all goes according to plan, we will have our first recording and at least earn something out of it."
Macuata Day ended yesterday.