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George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic


Wed 8 Apr 2015, 7:30pm

Where: Powerstation, 33-35 Mt Eden Rd, Eden Terrace, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $99.60
  • Additional fees may apply

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George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic will be bringing the funk to Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland and according to Bluesfest Festival Director Peter Noble, this tour is one not to miss. "George Clinton is a legend – no he is much more – he is a bedrock artist – a true originator who stands equally beside James Brown, Sly Stone and no one else as the creators of Funk music. His famous statement of the music he created - 'get on the one' meaning get on the first beat – not the second – made funk music what it is today. There is no Funk music without George Clinton – it's that simple – and it's the funky truth."

The legendary George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, one of the most important innovators of Funk music alongside James Brown, Sly Stone and the Funky Meters, brings the 'awe-funk-some' P-Funk Collective back to Australia and New Zealand next year!

Known globally for his outlandish costume and his multi-coloured dreadlocks as well as his mastery of intergalactic funk, Dr. George Clinton is one of the most sampled musicians on the planet and has worked alongside Tupac, Primal Scream, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Snoop Dog, Outkast, Wu Tang Clan, Carlos Santana, Redman and so many others as collaborator and producer.

Hits include 'Atomic Dog', 'One Nation Under A Groove', 'We Want The Funk', 'Flashlight' and 'Mothership Connection' - and his collective was finally recognised when 16 of the P-Funk Collective (the largest group ever) were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. Clinton continues to release new material, including 'Toys' with Funkadelic in 2008 and the cover album George Clinton and His Gangsters of Love in 2006, including his take on songs like 'Ain't That Peculiar', 'Never Gonna Give You Up' and 'Gypsy Woman'.

In Clinton's famous words, this tour is going to 'Tear The Roof Off The Sucker'.

Tickets on sale Wednesday 22nd October at 9am

*Also touring Australia and appearing at Bluesfest 2015*

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