Doors @ 8 Show @ 10 18+ $8 http://pigeonsplayingpingpong.com/ https://www.facebook.com/PigeonsPlayingPingPong https://www.facebook.com/gillumesh With a high-energy mix of funk, rock, electronica and jazz, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong has an undeniably unique and versatile live sound that ascends peaks of musical ecstasy, consistently creating a great time for all. Through a continually evolving selection of original and cover songs merged together by seamless improvisational jams, they’ve built a strong loyal following, aptly called ‘The Flock,’ who they refuse to disappoint. With no end in sight, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong is here to bring the party with their danceable electro-funk grooves and infectious ability to bring positive energy to any environment. 2012 has been an exciting year for Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, with two very successful weekly residencies at The 8×10 in Baltimore, along with many high profile festival spots including Catskill Chill, The Werk Out, Camp Barefoot and Grateful Fest. They have also shared the stage with many artists including Papadosio, The Werks, Ludacris (seriously), The Bridge, The Heavy Pets, That 1 Guy, The Pimps of Joytime, Zoogma, Jimkata and The Motet. Playing over 100 shows a year, Pigeons continue to expand people’s minds (musically…), playing a unique, energy-packed set at every show. Whether it be at a major festival or in your basement, Pigeons will show you a good time.
Sounds Like: Stevie Wonder, John Scofield, Bruce Springsteen, Trey Anastasio, Soulive
The Gillum brothers began playing music and sharing stages together at an early age. Later life would take them on separate paths as Andrew headed to Brooklyn, NY to immerse himself in the jazz scene while Nathan moved to Nashville, TN and soaked up roots music.
Now they have crossed paths again...See Full Bio
: Gillumesh has a show on 04/19/2014 at 08:00 PM @ Huntington Ale ... in Huntington, WV http://t.co/LI6XKPHXUe #concert
“Coming from a background of roots music and jazz, the collision of urban and rural makes for very danceable, hip shaking stuff, especially on the soulful rocking number “Somebody Loves You.” The sound is awash in 70’s blaxpoitation film scores and jazz guitar interplay, from wah-wah guitar work to throbbing bass lines.”