Posts Tagged: Funk

Show Review: Keller Williams with More Than a Little in Chicago

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Keller Williams played two very different sets of music at the Park West in Chicago on Friday, January 17th. The first was a familiar, one man band version of the multifaceted performer, but for the second set Keller lead an extremely entertaining funk band that appropriately calls themselves More Than a Little. The first set… Read more »

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 »

The Everyone Orchestra 8.29.13

Summer Camp favorites, The Everyone Orchestra is the musical monstrosity that pairs incredible talent with the razor-sharp mind of Matt Butler. While the lineup itself takes on many forms Butler and his white board are the one constant. Prior to Phish’s three-night run at Dick’s The Bianchi Brothers arranged for a little shindig under the… Read more »

Telluride Jazz Festival 8.2 – 8.4.13

Few places in this great state are as picturesque and stunning as Telluride. This quant mountain town is the cultural mecca of the southwestern region of Colorado and plays host to several music and film festivals throughout the year. Telluride Jazz Festival is perhaps the most reserved and underrepresented of all of their events, but… 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 »

Preview: Phish Late Nights in Chicago

This weekend Phish will be taking over Chicago for a three night run at Northerly Island.  With Saturday already sold out, Kuroda sporting a new light rig, and a completely revamped venue, this is bound to be a throwdown!  But the party doesn’t stop there!  Quite a few Summer Camp favorites are playing late night shows all around Chicago this weekend. … Read more »

The Meter Men with Euforquestra

With their first show selling out months in advance, The Meter Men decided to add a second night at The Ogden. By many accounts the second night which coincided with Page McConnell’s birthday, was the show to see. We arrived around 8:15 PM grabbed our passes and headed to Sancho’s for some pre-show libations. As… Read more »

Moksha with Smooth Money Gesture and Funkmaster

There can be nothing more disheartening for a touring band than to show up and see a crowd of nine people is the total of your audience. This is exactly what happened at The Aggie for Moksha’s headlining gig. Touring with an amazing guest horn section consisting of Skerik, Peter Apfelbaum, and longtime Summer Camp… Read more »

Galactic with The Monophonics 2-16-13

Having friends come to town is an easy excuse to head down to The Ogden for a Galactic fueled rager. The Ogden continues to be major hub for jam bands in Denver. As we entered San Francisco based band The Monophonics were already in high gear warming up the crowd. These guys brought a rowdy… Read more »