Posts Tagged: album review

Album Review: FUNK by Keller Williams with More Than a Little

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For many jamband fans, Keller Williams was like a gateway drug and over the years we have watched him solidify his place in the scene.  These days Keller is throwing down with a full funky band that calls themselves More Than a Little after a classic Keller tune.  Their recently collaborative release, conveniently titled Funk, is made up of… Read more »

Soundtrack Review: Trey Anastasio – Hands on a Hardbody (Musical)

Wait, Trey did what? That’s right, everyone’s favorite red-headed guitarist Trey Anastasio wrote the music for a recent musical, Hands on a Hardbody, based on the 1992 documentary of the same name. The plot of the musical revolves around a contest held in 1960’s Texas in which contestants try to win a truck by keeping… Read more »

Dumpstaphunk’s Dirty Word

Dumpstaphunk played the House of Blues in Chicago on Friday, July 19th as Phish’s official late night show.  In all honesty, this show was the highlight of my evening, especially since Phish was forced to cancel early due to a nasty storm that swept through the city.  Along with opening act, The Revivalist, Dumpstaphunk threw down one top notch funky dance party that lasted until… Read more »