Supersized Jazz Club: Soulive
The future of funk is in the good hands of brothers Neal and Alan Evans and guitarist Eric Krasno. Known for their "collegiality and jubilation" (The New York Times), the trio makes their Kennedy Center debut.
- Sat., Apr. 6, 2013, 9:30 PM
- Approx. 85 minutes
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Brothers Neal and Alan Evans (on keyboards and drums, respectively) first came together with guitarist Eric Krasno out of mutual love for the great soul-jazz organ trios of the 60s and 70s. Today they are providing some of the most fun and engaging performances of funky jazz around. Soulive has worked with artists such as Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Dave Matthews, and John Scofield, and opened for The Rolling Stones. Jazz, hip hop, rock, soul, funk, blues--Soulive has run the aesthetic gamut, and this funky jazz trio will leave audiences clamoring for more.
Performance Timing: Approximately 85 minutes, with no intermission.
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