Seventies funk-fusion band meets dance party
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Funk-fusion band Kung Fu will headline a twin bill.
Funk-fusion band Kung Fu will headline a twin bill.
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GREENFIELD, MA- Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center presents national recording artists Kung Fu in concert on Saturday, December 2, at 9 pm. Regional dance band Keepers of the Vibe will also perform.

Proud to be firmly installed in the new-funk movement, Kung Fu is quickly popularizing their unique sonic contribution, blurring the line between intense electro-fusion and blistering dance arrangements. Making fusion music “cool” again, the band draws on influences such as early Headhunters and Weather Report, and merges those ideas with a contemporary EDM-informed sensibility. Imagine ‘70s funk-fusion meets a modern dance party.

Keepers of the Vibe is a Hartford, CT-based, six-piece, cross-genre band that expresses peace, love, and harmony through funk, hip-hop, rock, and dance.

Advance tickets are $16 and available at http://hawksandreed.com. Day-of-show tickets are $20.

Hawks & Reed will present local band The Definite Maybes, in concert on Thursday, December 7, at 7:30 pm.

Hailing from “the fantastic North Central MA area,” The Definite Maybes play blues-inspired, Americana-flavored original music and unique covers driven by soulful vocals and heart-stopping guitar. Maybe you’ll dance, maybe you’ll stop in your tracks, but you’ll definitely be rocked by The Definite Maybes heart and soul.

Advance tickets are $7 and available at http://hawksandreed.com. Day-of-show tickets are $10.

The concerts will be held at Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center, 289 Main Street.
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