Average White Band: Scottish Funkmasters at B.B. King's
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The last date listed for Average White Band was Thursday October 3, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Rock legends Jefferson Starship, created by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Jefferson Airplane founder Paul Kantner, take the stage at B.B. King Blues Club. The band, descended from Jefferson Airplane - which performed at Monterey and Woodstock, at Altamont with the Rolling Stones, and shared the bill countless times with the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin, and whose music helped define a generation focused on civil rights, environmental awareness, and anti-war activism - has performed more than 2,000 concerts since it first soared in 1974. Learn More
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A bunch of white boys from Scotland playing deep house 70’s funk was and is anything but average. The bands self-titled debut topped the American pop charts with the instrumental "Pick Up the Pieces,” which was also later nominated for a Grammy.
“Person To Person”, “Cut the Cake”, “Schoolboy Crush”, “If I Ever Lose This Heaven”, “Cloudy”, “Queen of My Soul”, and “Let’s Go ’Round Again” became some of the band’s most well-known tunes from their mid-late ’70’s heyday.
In the ’90’s, AWB’s timeless grooves have been sampled by some of the biggest names in the hip-hop, rap, and acid jazz worlds, confirming without a doubt the strong impression the band has made on a new generation. Young bands such as Jamiroquai and Brand New Heavies cite AWB as a major influence.