Sol Roots and his band gave a hot performance recently at The Soundry in Columbia, Maryland, putting in a 45-miute opening set before New Orleans-great Jon Cleary took the stage.
Fresh off a European tour with Bonnie Raitt’s band, Grammy Award winner and New Orleans funkmaster Jon Cleary paid a visit to The Soundry in Columbia, Maryland, recently to deliver a smokin’ hot, 90-minute R&B/funk/soul performance. Jon is currently touring in support his newest album, Dyna-Mite, published by Thirty Tigers in July.
On Aug. 3, Cake released “Sinking Ship,” the lead single from their upcoming seventh studio studio album, and the band is now on tour. Vocalist John McCrea and his bandmates headline Merriweather Post Pavilion in a show with Ben Folds on Saturday, Aug. 18.
Los Amigos Invisibles recently released El Paradise, their 12th studio album, via Sony DADC Mexico. The record received a Grammy nomination for Best Latin, Urban, or Alternative Rock Album, and the band will soon embark on The Paradise Tour 2018, which visits 9:30 Club on Friday, Sept. 14. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Not too long ago, George Clinton released a live album, P-Funk Live at Metropolis. P-Funk of course refers to George’s musical collective, Parliament-Funkadelic, the psychedelic funk act that drew together the individual bands Parliament and Psychedelic, both founded in the ‘60s.
Well, George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic will play at 9:30 Club on Thursday, Aug. 2, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC!
New Orleans’ Big Sam’s Funky Nation brought the NOLA funk to The Hamilton Live on Saturday, and the audience, all on their feet and grooving, loved it!