The legendary soul/funk organ trio Soulive will take over the stage of the Ardmore Music Hall for a two night run on November 8 and 9
Formed by brothers Neal and Alan Evans on organ and drums respectively, and tapping guitar master Eric Krasno, Soulive has continued to make waves in the funk and soul scenes from the late 90s to today, gaining much renown for their ability to lay down the groove and becoming the undeniable leaders of contemporary funk fusion.
Their influence can be heard across multiple genres including hip-hop, R&B, Americana and more. Since their formation Soulive has collaborated with the likes of Chaka Khan, Derek Trucks, The Roots, Maceo Parker, and Talib Kweli (just to name a few), as well as recorded an entire album of Beatles covers titled Rubber Soulive.
The outfit has slowed down their touring schedule in recent years to focus on other endeavours – Krasno is currently working on a solo album and Alan has been working more in the studio and with Matador! Soul Sounds; making their return to Ardmore extremely special. 2019 has only been blessed with Bowlive, the group’s multi-night run at the Brooklyn Bowl, and select appearances when the trio can find the time.
Adding some funky flair to this run of shows will be a special guest horn section comprised of trombonist Natalie Cressman and saxophonist James Casey of the Trey Anastasio Band.
Tickets to both nights are on sale now at www.ardmoremusic.com
November 8 tickets: https://soulivenight1amh.
November 9 tickets: https://soulivenight2amh.
The Ardmore Music Hall has established itself as a premiere landing spot for many nationally touring musical acts- the 600 cap rock club (historically known as the 23 East Cabaret) sits just 3 miles outside Philadelphia. Notable artists since 2014 have included George Clinton & P-Funk, The Hooters, Toots & the Maytals, Stanley Clarke, Steve Earle, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Maceo Parker, Buckethead, Robby Krieger (of The Doors), Macy Gray & many more.
Features of Ardmore Music Hall include a state-of-the-art sound system, a wide dance space, seating options, and 20+ craft beers on draught. The venue is located at 23 East Lancaster Ave, and is easily accessible by public transportation with the R-5 regional line- the Ardmore train stop drops 100 feet from the back door and runs directly from City Hall & 30th Street Station. Visit the AMH website for the most up-to-date information about the venue and a full listing of upcoming events – www.ardmoremusic.com