Last year neo-groove act Addison Groove Project made their long-awaited return for a private
wedding and a one-off gig in Boston nearly five years after the band parted ways. The
formed in the late ’90s when many of the members attended Wellesley High School together
crafted an inventive sound that mixed their influences. AGP made a name for themselves
thanks to relentless touring and great songwriting as well as their mind-blowing live sets
filled with hard-hitting funk grooves.
Tomorrow, AGP will make their Brooklyn Bowl debut in advance of their return to Boston's
Paradise on September 28. For the group's first New York City gig of the decade, they will
welcome special guests Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman of the Trey Anastasio Band.
Jam fans heading to Brooklyn Bowl have the added bonus of a late-night U-Melt reunion
following AGP's performance. In celebration of Addison Groove Project's return, we wanted
share a fan-shot video from last year's reunion gig in Boston. We're cheating, as it's not
full show, but it displays how incredibly tight the band was after a five-year layoff.
[Published on: 9/20/13]