Give Thanks for the Classics with Dumpstaphunk’s Phunksgiving Eve ’70s Throwback
Join us on Wednesday, Nov. 26th at B.B. King’s in New York City, as Live for Live Music & Equifunk Present: Phunksgiving with Dumpstaphunk ’70s tribute to Led Zeppelin, Sly & The Family Stone, The Meters, Parliament Funkadelic, and other throwback legends. In addition to the tribute set, NOLA’s own Dumpstaphunk will be playing a classic set of their own hits, which are full of funk, soul, melody, and the musicianship that New Orleans is known for. This is a one-time show that you will not want to miss. Trust us!
The night will also feature four additional, extraordinarily talented musicians. Eric Krasno is one of the most prolific guitarists out there and a founding member of funk powerhouse Lettuce as well as jazz aficionados Soulive. He’s shared the stage with everyone from Phil Lesh to the Allman Brothers, had the honor of receiving two Grammy awards, and his addition to any lineup is guaranteed to elevate it to another level. Todd Stoops will also join in. A force in the jam band scene, he is a member of both Kung Fu and RAQ on keys. Brandon “Taz” Neiderauer, the smallest big thing to happen to music in the last year, will make an appearance as well. At the age of 11, he has already played with legends as big as George Porter Jr., Gary Clark Jr. and Gregg Allman, and even made an appearance on Ellen.
And, hailing from New Orleans, Quickie Mart will get bodies moving before the show, putting his signature NOLA bounce/trap spin on everything from classic funk to hardcore hip-hop.
If your Thanksgiving eve will be spent in the city, get tickets now!