✪ Dumpstaphunk

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Event:
✪ Dumpstaphunk
Start:
April 11, 2013 9:00 pm
End:
April 11, 2013 11:55 pm
Updated:
February 25, 2013
Venue:
Fox Theatre
Phone:
303 443 3399
Address:
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1135 13th Street, Boulder, CO, 80302, United States

Radio 1190′s Krewe de Louisianne presents Dumpstaphunk at the Fox Theatre, All Ages.


  

Nearly a decade evolved from their debut at 2003′s New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Dumpstaphunk offers fans an unforgettable live experience steeped in the “Big Easy” tradition of a good time. The all-star collective features Ivan Neville on keys, the unique double-bass attack of veterans Tony Hall and Nick Daniels, Ian Neville on guitar, and the monster addition of Nikki Glaspie on drums.

  
From annual performances at New Orleans’ Jazz Fest – “The colossal low end and filthy grooves they threw down from the Gentilly Stage must have set a Jazz Fest record for the baddest bass jams ever.” (Bass Player, 2012) – to an aggressive touring schedule with noteworthy appearances at Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Hangout, All Good, High Sierra, VoodooExperience, Bear Creek, Gathering of the Vibes, Wanee and Jam Cruise to name a few, Dumpstaphunk continue to redefine their genre with a signature groove that dares listeners not to move.
  
New music from Dumpstaphunk’s forthcoming studio album Dirty Word (due May 2013) reflects the opinionated, vintage funk of their forefathers in The Meters, Sly & the Family Stone and Parliament/Funkadelic, with a modern edge, coupled with additional forays into New Orleans traditional, gospel, blues, and straight-up Rock n’ Roll!  Dirty Word also boasts multiple guest appearances by Dumpsta’s friends and family including Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews, The Rebirth Brass Band, Art Neville, Ani Di Franco, Skerik, and Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
  
Ivan reflects, “We always keep the spontaneity going, that’s something I love about this band. We can funk it out with the best of them, but we also like to showcase how all sorts of music can come together and push the boundaries of what funk music is.”
  
“We just hope to spread the good word through funk,” said drummer Glaspie. “If we can create an escape, give people a reason to get down and forget their problems, then we’re doing what we set out to.”