Performer, writer and producer, Bundie's diverse musical background originates among the rhythms of the Caribbean. Signed with Polydor Records in the early 70's, his original co-creation of the group "Mandrill" resulted in several internationally successful albums, featuring accompanying artists such as Ron Carter, and Mitch Mitchell of "The Jimi Hendrix Experience". Mandrill toured extensively, playing concert arenas including The Hollywood Bowl and Madison Square Garden, sharing the stage with other well-known performers like Leon Russell, Yes, The Alman Brothers and Santana. Bundie's other syndicated album credits include All-Platinum Records' "The Moments" and Columbia Records' "Baby" featuring Genya Ravan. Other group projects include "Up" with Andre Fisher (Rufus) and Arthur King (Jerry Butler Group), as well as performances with Brian Kenan (Chambers Brothers), John Platanya (Van Morrison) and Mitch Stiles (Mountain). Numerous national concert tours and TV appearances, with the likes of singer Wilson Pickett, and including opening and headlining at the famed Fillmore theatres with Mandrill and Miles Davis, help to account for Bundie's ability to create a true music fusion. Jazz, Rock, Latin and Funk music styles are old and familiar companions to Bundie. Mandrill established many rhythmic and percussive Afro-Caribbean grooves, combining reggae, calypso, meringue and America's own jazz and soul-music, three decades ago. Those measures of exact and accurate time-keeping are ever-present in Bundie's progressive pop and fusion styles. Bundie's more recent projects include his own Jazz Trio "Jazz-mania", the 19-piece "Russ Buttons Orchestra" Swing Band, international Latin-Rock project "One Nation" (with Hall-of-Fame drummer Greg Errico), and studio sessions with Quicksilver Messenger Service, famed producer-percussionist "Narada" Michael Walden, and many others.