St. Paul & the Broken Bones – Half the City: Alabama has been on fire lately, producing acts in country, folk, rock, blues, funk and soul! The latest act to bring back vintage soul is St. Paul & the Broken Bones. This Birmingham sextet, led by Paul Janeway, just released their debut album, Half the City, and it’s surely bringing a smile to the faces of Otis, Sam and JB. Buy it on vinyl and catch the band at one of their upcoming shows in Georgia!
2/22 in Atlanta | The Earl
3/6 in Savannah | Savannah Stopover Music Festival
Atlanta, Sat. 4/20: Go see Black Joe Lewis & the Honey Bears at the Sweetwater 420 Fest! This year’s festival at Candler Park is sure to be a good time, featuring blues, rock, soul and whole lotta funk. The lineup includes George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Robert Randolph & the Family Band and #6 on our February list of shows, Earphunk! But the act you can’t miss is Black Joe Lewis & the Honey Bears. Get on it!
Atlanta, Thu. 2/14: Go see EarPhunk and Brownout at The Masquerade! New Orleans funk! Austin funk! Funk! If you don’t like to get funky, we probably can’t be friends. But since all of you like to get funky, this is the show to do it. Watch and see why…
Atlanta, Thu. 2/14: Go see Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds at Vinyl! I first heard the soul of this nine-piece Brooklyn band when Atlanta’s Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics supported them on tour last September. If you’re a fan of classic soul and dirty funk, you don’t want to miss this show.