Picture Show: Soulive @ Brooklyn Bowl

During the break, The London Souls took the stage and did a great job living up to their name with touches of British ’70s rock mixed with their own identity. But when they joined Soulive back on stage in the next set there was no denying the strong influence of Hendrix on the lead singer, as they went into an amazing rendition of Manic Depression.

As Soulive’s sets surged towards its ending, the stage was packed (with horns, percussion, etc) and the crowd jammed forward swallowing up any open space. Nigel Hall grabbed the attention of everyone in the place, leaving fans scratching their heads trying to place that tune as they went into everything from Tears for Fears to James Brown. But at no time did any of it seem out of place, Soulive and friends made every song their very own.

If you haven’t made it out to any of the Soulive shows at Brooklyn Bowl you still have time. This week has exciting guests like Charlie Hunter, Oteil Burbridge, Rahzel, Marco Benevento, and DJ Logic scheduled to join Soulive. Not to mention with prices between $10 and $12 it just can’t be beat.

The complete schedule and more info can be found here.

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