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Soulive: Bowlive DVD; Bowlive 2 Shows in March

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BOWLIVE 2 AT THE BROOKLYN BOWL, MARCH 1-5 AND 8-12

In March of 2010, the members of Soulive hauled their instruments through the doors of a newly-opened warehouse- turned-music venue in Brooklyn that they would call home for the next two weeks. Eric Krasno, Alan Evans and Neal Evans called on a multitude of their closest friends and musical conspirators to join them over the next fortnight—creating an incredibly broad guest lineup that included some of the pre-eminent guitar virtuosos of our generation (Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes), some of the biggest names in hip-hop (Questlove, Rahzel), and some of the most inventive improvisational players in modern rock n' roll (Robert Randolph, Marco Benevento, Oteil & Kofi Burbridge).

Soulive is heading back to Brooklyn Bowl (61 Wythe Avenue—Brooklyn) for Bowlive 2. The veteran soul groove outfit's acclaimed residency is set for another ten funk-infused evenings—March 1-5 and 8-12—glittered with special guests every night. Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 9pm, and admission is $15 (21+). The “Bowlive" DVD will be available (for early purchase) to all who attend.

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