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I love Rock-n-Roll, but it's gonna be some Funk & Soul at the Boardwalk on Carolina Beach this 4th of July. I dont' know about you but I'm gonna make it the Funkiest 4th of July ever!
You asked for it and you got it Carolina Beach... We're back in Carolina Beach this May for Cinco de Mayo! Yes, come out to the Twisted Lime next to Uncle Vinny's - Pizzeria *Ristorante and enjoy the funky and soul sounds from the 70's with Sir Manuel & The Funk "U" Orchestra May 5th 2013 from 5pm until! Get some tasty tacos, burritos, lots of fish tacos and guacamole prepared table side as well as lots of fresh flavors, and a tequila bar with more of a Baja and Caribbean feel. Check out their twists to traditions, with yucca fries as a side and burritos (or Twisted Fatties) given a bit of a panini press. ***Great news for those who live off the beach. We will have a Trolly that will pick you up, take you to the Twisted Lime and take you back to your vehicle so you can party worry free!!!***
Order tickets via Eventbrite: http://sirmanuel-efbevent.eventbrite.com Looking for a differnt kind of Christmas party? Come join Sir Manuel & The Funk "U" Orchestra featuring James Brown's Bitter Sweets, Funky Leroy Harper, and the Luminous! Galaxy Of Stars! Music from the 60's, 70's, & early 80's with hits form Ohio Players, Commadors, Mass Production, George Clinton, James Brown, Jeffery Osborne, Ray Le'Montagne, Prince, Cameo, Chuck Brown, Morris Day & The Time Band, Bill Withers, Sugar Hill Gang, Herman Kelly, Kool & The Gang, Stevie Wonder, GAP Band, Rick James, Michael Jackson, & Many more ol skook funk tunes! A portion of the proceeds will go to The Pretty In Pink Foundation.
Manager: SFA Productions, Luminous Promotions
"Funky" Leroy Harper, Jr
“Funky” has played with a number of artists and bands to include: James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Stacy Lattasaw, Millie Jackson, Nappy Brown, James Levi (Herbie Hancock-Headhunters), Sylk (founder), Spur of the Moment (founder), Exit Enterprises, Soul Power Posse (founder), ...See Full Bio
“James Brown Stubb's, May 10 At age 73, James Brown is still the star of the James Brown show. Veneration-minded fans would forgive the Godfather if he just came out and waved, ceding all the heavy lifting to his teeming ensemble of musicians, backup singers, and dancers. Yet even as he took a frequent back seat to solos, one never got the impression he wasn't involved in Wednesday night's shoulder-to-shoulder performance. The spectacle began with an extended vamp that gave way to white-tux-clad emcee Danny Ray orating a variation of the legendary Apollo Theatre "Star Time" introduction. Brown then strode onstage to the strains of "Make It Funky" and "Get up Offa That Thing," the latter accentuated by a soaring Leroy Harper sax solo.”