Sun Apr 21 - The South London Soul Train takes a knee, bows it's funky soul and welcomes one of the true Godfathers of Funk - ex James Brown side man / arranger and stage destroying Trombonist, The Legendary FRED WESLEY and THE NEW J.B.s (LIVE).
The Mighty FRED WESLEY dropping in for the second of 2 LIVE South London Soul Train early evening stage quaking concert specials. (Band on stage at 8pm). With your host JAZZHEADCHRONIC on deft deck duties to deliver the fonk, the whole funk and nothing but the funk, til yoh feet bleed :D
But tonight, it's all about The Legendary FRED WESLEY! We going 'Across The Tracks' with a 'Grunt' and we "gonna have a funky good time" and "Paaaaaaarty". "Damn right he is somebody!" Don't miss this rare chance to see one of the greatest living artists in the world of Funk, Jazz and Soul. Part of our on-going mission to seriously move your mind and body + force feed yoh soul with the absolute best of times at The CLF Art Cafe + Beyond.
Legendary bandleader, trombonist and author Fred Wesley is one of the forefathers of funk still setting the standard with his jazz-funk band The New JBs. Together for more than 25 years, the band is a living celebration of roots funk and more, performing such hits as “Pass the Peas” made with James Brown and the JBs including Maceo Parker, as well as selections from the P-Funk years and Fred’s own and others’ soulful jazz and blues compositions.
The SLST Fred Wesley Live Concert Special Part 2 runs 7pm to 10pm-Later / £5-15 Adv or £15 OTD. Band on stage at 8pm performing 2 sets.
TIX ALSO AVAILABLE OTD
The SLST Normally takes place on the 1st, 2nd + 3rd Sat of each month + on-going specials at The CLF Art Cafe and last Sat of each month at Omeara + beyond.
NEXT EVENT: Sat Apr 28 (OMEARA London) - The South London Soul Train with special live guests (TBA) + more in 3 rooms.
Let's make It Funkier!
See you on the dancefloors fo sho
Early Bird: GBP 5
1st release: GBP 7
2nd release: GBP 10
3rd release: GBP 13
Final release: GBP 15
On the door: GBP 15
Artists: Fred Wesley and The New J.B.s (live), Jazzheadchronic