jojo_hermann

Saturday, April 14th, 2018

Main Stage

An evening w/
JoJo's Slim Wednesday

feat. John "JoJo" Hermann
(Widespread Panic)

W/ KALU & THE ELECTRIC JOINT
featuring Duane Trucks of Widespread Panic
Cover:$18 adv - $22 dos per night for the main stage shows
$30 - 2 night package ticket (50 available) $15 - deck show only (ticket does not include food)
$30 - deck show + sat. main stage show package
$42 - 2 main stage shows + deck show package
Doors:8:00pm
Show:9:00pm

Slim Wednesday creates a sound that keeps listeners dancing all night. The band focuses on the sound of New Orleans that was pioneered by artists like Professor Longhair, Dr. John, and The Meters, all of which were a huge part of JoJo’s musical background. John “JoJo” Hermann is known for his lead vocals on many New Orleans style jazz and blues covers and originals along with gospel-style organ playing. In capturing the quintessential sound of New Orleans, The Slim Wednesday Band will be sure to provide a night of dancing, partying, and great entertainment.

KALU & THE ELECTRIC JOINT:

Kalu and the Electric Joint blend the powers of psychedelic soul music with the driving beat of rock and roll and the ancient rhythms of Africa. Born in Nigeria, Kalu relocated to Austin, Texas, where he put together a stellar ensemble of players who graciously fuel and follow his deep well of eclectic influences. The group’s new record, Time Undone is a sonic masterpiece of original tunes with a positive message and soul-stirring beats. The arrangements are masterfully crafted allowing the songs to breathe and flow. From the first note, these musicians show that they’re prepared to carry modern music forward while still paying tribute to the inspirations of their past. Their music invokes a wide range of emotions while influencing with an uplifting message through masterful playing. Opening for acts like George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, Vieux Farka Toure, Allen Stone, Keller Williams amongst many others, this band comes to play and when they do, the dance floor never stays empty.

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