Rebirth Brass Band – Tickets – Granada Theater – Dallas, TX – April 14th, 2017

Rebirth Brass Band

Rebirth Brass Band

Flow tribe

Fri Apr 14 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Granada Theater

$21 - $39 (Fees Included)

This event is 14 and over

Goes Great With: Trombone Shorty, The Neville Brothers, Sharon Jones, New Orleans

Grammy Award-winning Ultra funky brass band will turn Granada into a Mardi Gras party! 

Doors @ 8 | Flow Tribe @ 9 | Rebirth Brass Band @ 10:20p

Rebirth Brass Band
Rebirth Brass Band
Whether seen on HBO's Treme or at their legendary Tuesday night gig at The Maple Leaf, Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Formed in 1983 by the Frazier brothers, the band has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world. While committed to upholding the tradition of brass bands, they have also extended themselves into the realms of funk and hip-hop to create their signature sound. "Rebirth can be precise whenever it wants to," says The New York Times, "but it's more like a party than a machine. It's a working model of the New Orleans musical ethos: as long as everybody knows what they're doing, anyone can cut loose." In the wake of the sometimes-stringent competition among New Orleans brass bands, Rebirth is the undisputed leader of the pack, and they show no signs of slowing down.

Following the Grammy-winning Rebirth of New Orleans, Rebirth Brass Band is at it again with Move Your Body, an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor.

Rollicking originals like "Who's Rockin, Who's Rollin'"? and "Take 'Em to the Moon" reaffirm the band's position as head of the brass throne while the rasta-esque "On My Way" and leave-nothing-to-the-imagination lyrics of "HBNS" showcase the unit's talent for penning unabashed party starters.

Boasting a mastery of Rebirth's signature "heavy funk" sound, Move Your Body pushes and swings, leaving behind an 11 track thumbprint, approved by the Frazier brothers themselves, of a sultry Tuesday night spent dancing on their home court at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans.
Flow tribe
Flow tribe
Founded in New Orleans in 2004, Flow Tribe has spent the last decade refining a sound that blends many rhythms with the soul of their hometown. Constant touring and a high-energy live performance have built a loyal fan base from California to Key West. The band is comprised of six high school friends: K.C. on trumpet and lead vocals, Chad on bass, Russell on drums, Mario and Santos on dueling guitars, and John-Michael rounding it out with harmonica, fratois (washboard), keyboard, and percussion. The band enjoys traveling and performing together and is thrilled to get settled into their new recording studio, Downman Sounds, located in New Orleans East. The studio's first project will be a new full-length record, which they hope to release in late 2016.

Members K.C. O'Rorke, John- Michael Early, Russell Olschner, Chad Penot, Bryan Santos, and Mario Palmisano began formally playing together in 2004 using Penot's back porch as a rehearsal studio. As four of them departed to college, Penot to the fire academy, and Olschner to serve in Iraq, they vowed to keep in touch, never losing sight of the musical chemistry they had collectively harnessed. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Flow Tribe regrouped not only to help their city but also to officially launch their band. They soon crisscrossed the country on multiple tours and played alongside local favorites Galactic, Juvenile, and Trombone Shorty. Within a few years, the invitation came to perform at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and they've been able to live out that childhood dream for the past four years, growing into a local mainstay of their own. Performing on the main stages at both Voodoo Fest and Jazz Fest for the past few years has earned the Tribe legions of new fans and caught the attention of national publications. USA Today complimented their "outstanding…rollicking performance" in 2013 as a "visual spectacle," and the New Orleans Times- Picayune recognized "the happiness induced by a lineup of crisply arranged originals" at their 2014 showing.

The band spends most of its time traveling, logging more than 180 days on the road for the past few years. They like to call their sound "backbone-cracking music," a combination of rhythms influenced by their upbringing in the cradle of funk. The band has recorded and released new music for each of the past nine years, with 2014's Alligator White EP and 2015's "Walk Like an Animal" single being their most recent releases. At their high energy live performances you'll hear sounds that make most folks want to dance.