DIRECT From NEW ORLEANS **The MORNING 40 FEDERATION** [& Angelo Moore & The Brand New Step, DJ K-Os]

When
Event has passed (Fri Nov 17, 2017 - Fri Nov 17, 2017)
Where
Boom Boom Room
Time
9:30 PM
Cost
$18 - $25
Tags
Music, Funk, R&B/Soul

Description

**THE MORNING 40 FEDERATION**
&
**ANGELO MOORE & THE BRAND NEW STEP**

**THE MORNING 40 FEDERATION**

The Morning 40 Federation was born and bred in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans, formed in 1997 as a drunken quasi-dare by Josh Cohen and Space Rickshaw, amateur saxophonist and trombonist, respectively. The name of their rough assemblage of amateur musicians/pro-drinkers was a sardonic admission of non-guilt, and they didn’t know their way around their instruments. Their first gigs took place at house parties and off-nights in bars, and were more like sweat-and-beer-soaked demolition derbies than actual concerts.Much has changed since those halcyon days of glorious ineptitude and rapturous drunkenness. Here’s to the Morning 40 Federation. Long may they reign.
The 40s are: Mike Andrepont: drums//Josh Cohen: saxophone, vocals//Steve Calandra: bass//Space Rickshaw: tuba, trombone//Ryan Scully: guitar, vocals//Bailey Smith: guitar, vocals.


**ANGELO MOORE & THE BRAND NEW STEP**

Angelo Moore is a singer and performer who hardly needs an introduction. Through his legendary band Fishbone, Angelo has influenced and defined a musical style and performance ability that has crossed generations and genres. Angelo recently joined forces with Bay Area artist/musician Kris Jensen in his musical collaboration, The Brand New Step.
With the help of producer duo, the Rondo Brothers (Foster The People, Galactic, Loquat, Diegos Umbrella) Angelo is redefining himself and proving his chops with The Brand New Step project. The music is conscious, catchy and beat-oriented, reminiscent of the soul of Gnarls Barkley, the groove of the Gorillaz, and the reggae rock of the Clash. The songs origins are simple but inspired with a multitude of guest musicians.

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Location

location
  1. Boom Boom Room 1601 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA