Funk & Groove is getting its groove on Saturday night, Feb. 28

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Funk n Groove
Photo courtesy SCC

Check out Funk / Groove, Shoreline’s performance troupe, at The Ould Triangle in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle at 9pm on Saturday, Feb. 28.

Funk / Groove is a Shoreline Community College music ensemble that provides opportunities for music students to perform and record songs in styles typical of commercial radio airplay from the 1970s to present.

This group performs music from a range of genres including pop, jazz, funk, R/B, soul and rap. The Funk / Groove band features students who play guitar, bass, piano, horns, drums and percussion. It also features vocalists.

 The musicians of Funk / Groove
Photo courtesy SCC

Students perform shows in Seattle area clubs consisting of the original arrangements from artists and groups such as: Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Al Green, Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind and Fire, Chicago, Tower Of Power, Patti LaBelle, Amy Winehouse, John Mayer, Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams and many more.

In addition to offering vocalists and instrumentalists experience in performing in clubs around the Seattle area, Music Technology students can gain valuable hands on audio experience running the sound and recording equipment for rehearsals and live performances.

Come hear some great live music and support Shoreline’s funkiest troupe!

Admission is free, donations are accepted.

The Ould Triangle is at 9736 Greenwood Avenue North in Seattle. Funk / Groove goes on at 9pm.


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