Funkasaurus Rex & Kelly Mittleman Play the Palace Theatre, Danbury, CT!


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Funkasaurus Rex features a dynamic 5-piece horn section sound along with a versatile rhythm section groove to create Jazz with power, precision and originality. The musical direction of the band brings great R & B / Funk songs from the past into a new era with a jazz perspective and inventive, fresh arrangements. Plus, their original material also comes out of that lineage and maintains the artistic integrity that their audience has come to expect--quality is the key. Whether it's a well-loved classic or a classy original, these veteran players are bringing the REAL funk into a new era. From clubs to concert halls, Funkasaurus Rex provides their audiences with the highest level of expertise and dedication to convey their music as an art form. REAL Funky Music ain't extinct!

This year jazz and R&B vocalist Kelly Mittleman debuted her new, all-original CD, A NEW REASON in LA and in NYC at the Blue Note. Her original song, CAKE was the runner-up in the International Songwriting Competition and it will be featured in the upcoming major motion picture, HOLLYWOOD AND WINE, which features an all-star cast from Saturday Night Live.

Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 7:00pm

The Palace Theatre
165 Main Street
Danbury, CT
[email protected]
203-788-2378 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting203-788-2378end_of_the_skype_highlighting

Ages: All ages
Tickets: $15.00

May 1st. Doors open at 7:00PM, show starts at 8:00PM. Non-alcoholic refreshments, wine and beer will be available.

Musical Genres: Funk, Jazz, Rhythm and Blues

Parking: Free limited parking behind the theatre. Community parking is also available in the area.

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