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$19 for one ticket to Funky Meters, Greyboy Allstars, JC Brooks & Uptown Sound at Congress Theater on April 19 - $35 value

Silver Wrapper & React Welcome

Join the Chicago Reader and Silver Wrapper for an evening of funk at the Congress Theater on April 19. Doors open at 6pm and the show ends at 2am. 

funky METERS

In their 31-year history, The Meters have grooved their way around the globe. They have toured with such talents as The Rolling Stones, and have been a studio band for such diverse artists as Dr. John, Paul McCartney, Robert Palmer, and Patti Labelle. The original Meters disbanded in the late 70's. Today founding members Art Neville and George Porter Jr., are joined by New Orleans native Brian Stoltz on guitar and Russell Batiste Jr. on drums and are known officially as the funky METERS. funky METERS tap into the roots of The Meters musical heritage while taking the sound well into the future. Their trademark sound blends funk, blues, and dance grooves with a New Orleans vibe.

The Greyboy Allstars

It has been 20 years since The Greyboy Allstars—frequenters of the scene surrounding the `70s soul-and-funk-spinning DJ Greyboy—formed in San Diego, with their producer and label owner as a namesake. The band's 1995 debut, West Coast Boogaloo, has influenced countless other artists and groups, and the Allstars' early work together launched, for each member, a unique kind of prolific and highly successful solo career. 

JC Brooks

Six and a half feet of raw emotion and sweat, with one leather boot planted in gutsy R&B, the other in taut minimalist grind. Snarling at the crowd beneath an afro pompadour, while indulging in a sly wink, singing to you directly, and here to make you dance. What does post-punk soul look like? It looks like JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound. 


Emerging from the vital Chicago underground Hip-Hop community of the late 90s, his role as producer naturally kept him behind the scenes, tweaking levels and digging for 'breaks,' yet fans quickly began to associate hard, organic drums and deftly chopped/arranged dusty samples with 'The Sound of Maker.'

Jesse De La Pena

CIMM Fest "Music in Movies" panel

Fine Print:

  • Expires 4/19/2013.

  • Cannot be combined with any other special offers or promotions.

  • Not valid for cash back.

  • Must be 18+ to attend.

  • Valid only for the Funky Meters, Greyboy Allstars, JC Brooks & Uptown Sound concert on April 19.

  • No refunds or exchanges.

  • Please present your voucher at the box office for admission.