DoctorfunK: East Bay-Style Funk Band at Highway 99 Blues Club
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The last date listed for DoctorfunK was Friday May 8, 2015 / 8:00pm.
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Blues-rock guitarist and singer-songwriter James Howard and his band return to the Highway 99 Blues… More
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Featured review from Karpntails
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Highway 99 is not the best place for music, seatting is really packed in there, only a handful of tables have a front view of the stage, dance floor is small but to one side of the stage so dancers don't get in the way of the view. Servers are good. Not into the cajun (spicy) food scene so I can't say anything about the food except it's too spicy for my tummy. The BAND was great and the sound system didn't seem to have any real issues this night.
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Love the Band, they are 10 star... the venue not so much... very few good seats if you plan on "seeing" the band, most seating is to the sides of the stage or a separte room, so make reservation early if you want one of the handful of seats in...continued
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Hear DoctorfunK at their website.
From the Northwest United States, a region long known for producing energetic and fresh musical talent, blazes the Emerald City’s latest sensation. Seattle’s own DoctorfunK.
DoctorfunK was established in 1995 and has set the standard for new soul music in the Pacific Northwest. Echoing the legendary passion of famed horn band Tower of Power and that “Bay Area Sound,” this 10-piece ensemble has maintained the tradition and more.
Sophisticated arrangements handled by a seasoned, tight, five piece horn ensemble, with powerful vocals and an extremely well “greased” rhythm section all combine to deliver the deepest of grooves and smoothest of ballads.
About the Ticket Supplier: Highway 99 Blues Club and Restaurant
Highway 99 Blues Club is an exciting venue for the blues culture and music of America. Housed in a 1909 brick building on the Seattle waterfront, the Highway 99 Blues Club is inspired by the juke joints of The South and neighborhood blues clubs of Chicago.