A Tribute to Funk Icons Prince, Sly Stone & James Brown Featuring Days of Wild
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Known for her robust voice and rich tones, jazz vocalist Renee Manning came to fame in the jazz world as a big band singer with the Mel Lewis Orchestra from 1983 to 1989 -- the longest tenure of any vocalist associated with the organization. She's since performed with the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Sir Roland Hanna, Mark Murphy, Howard Johnson, Joe Williams, the Mingus Big Band and the Chico O'Farrill Afro-Cuban Orchestra. As a solo artist, Manning's most recent album, All Grown Up, showcases the Grammy-nominated singer's soothing, quieter side. Learn More
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We had a great time....However, this is my second time seeing the band, the first time was for a "TRIBUTE" to PRINCE ONLY, that's when I fell in luv w/the band. They played the HECK out of PRINCE MUSIC....this time around was just as good but not...continued
Days of Wild have been playing Prince’s songs for over a decade, toured internationally, and even played the week-long annual celebration at Prince’s own Paisley Park Studio. For this show they will toss in some monster Sly Stone and James Brown tunes as well.
Any soul who’s shaked some booty at a Days of Wild jam surely knows this band throws down some serious hot n’ sweaty funk! They’re not just about the music, they’re also all about spreading love. You will often see them inviting musicians to play and sing, as well as audience members to join in. Days Of Wild has become less of a band, but more of state of mind. If you go with an open mind, then you leave feeling like you are a member of the band, because they’re all about interaction and inclusion.