with Go Man Go, Blue Food & Chevy Lopez & Black Stars
Friday, Nov 29, 2013 8:00 PM EST
(7:30 PM Doors)
Fontana's, New York, NY
21 years and over
Chevy Lopez 11:30
Full of soul and young talent Chevy Lopez is making its mark on the East Coast. With their r&b, and funk rock style they put on an absolutely killer show that is not to be missed. Coming from various backgrounds and influences, Chevy Lopez embraces many styles and genres which leads to an intriguing sound that keeps you guessing. Vocalist Lexi Todd sets the tone for the band with her soulful, passionate voice that captivates the crowd. With a powerful rhythm section and impressive lead guitar/saxophone, Chevy Lopez comes out to entertain and get the crowd moving!
Swift Technique 10:30
The past year has marked several exciting changes for Philly's fiery funksters, Swift Technique. Most recently, the band has added electric lead vocalist, Chelsea ViaCava. With the addition of Mike Mahoney on drum-kit/percussion, the band has developed a dynamic new element to the Swift Tech sound. After joining forces with booking guru, Jake Weaver, the band has recently debuted in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, New Orleans, Nashville and Savannah. With the release of the EP, "you boys be aight", the future continues to look very bright for this Philadelphia Funk Force.
Blue Food 9:30
Blue Food is funk for the 21st century. Formed in 2008 and naming themselves after the George Carlin routine about the absence of any blue food ("Don't say blueberries, 'cause you know they're purple."), the band has been flattening audiences in the New York City area ever since their first show at Greenwich Village's famous Bitter End with their dynamic stage presence and unique sound, which is equal parts Led Zeppelin and Stevie Wonder.
Go Man Go 8:30
Go Man Go is a rock funk soul band formed in the Fall of 2011. It all began when Boris brought together two groups of musicians for a basement jam session. Shinhey, Mark and Dave had been part of a cover project at Rutgers, while Ric and Nate had worked together with several different groups at Lehigh.
Black Stars 7:30