PHISH AFTER HOURS AT MIAMI'S SOUND STAGE


By Earhart
December 28, 2003 – Soulive and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Soulive is a soul groove organ trio whose music melds traditional funk and soul a-la-Jimmy Smith, with the cathartic improvisation of Herbie Hancock. Along the way, they have captured the imagination of the Phish/MMW crowd, fans known for their appreciation of jamming instrumental music. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band is a world famous music machine, whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances. They have revitalized the brass band in New Orleans and around the world, progressing from local parties, clubs, baseball games and festivals in their early years to touring nearly constantly in the U.S. and in over 30 other countries on five continents. The Dirty Dozen have been featured guests on albums by artists including David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Dr. John and the Black Crowes.

Where: Ice Palace Soundstage
59 NW 14th Street
Downtown Miami less than one mile from American Airlines Arena
Time: Venue Doors: 12:00 AM
Show Time: 12:30 AM

Ticket Prices: $32.00 Night, $115.00 all four concerts

December 29, 2003 – Particle and Mofro. Particle’s dynamic sound consists of each member’s distinct musical background. The combination of these diverse elements allows the group to dive into a number of different stylistic genres. The result is a trademark mix of funk, groove, and electronica; although audiences also welcome the incorporation of jazz, rock, hip-hop, world beat, and Latin rhythms.

Mofro released its debut album Blackwater which generated critical acclaim and caught the attention of National Public Radio who featured the band on morning edition. Soon after, Mofro peaked at NO. 2 on Amazon.com’s bestseller list right behind the "Oh Brother Where Art Thou" movie soundtrack. Their deep grass roots, funk, southern rock style resounds the life the band has lived since their youth.

Where: Ice Palace Soundstage
59 NW 14th Street
Downtown Miami less than one mile from American Airlines Arena
Time: Venue Doors: 12:00 AM
Show Time: 12:30 AM

Ticket Prices: $32.00 Night, $115.00 all four concerts

December 30, 2003 – George Clinton & P-Funk. Few performers have contributed as much to the innovation and expansion of black music over the last thirty years as George Clinton. In conjunction with his musical collectives Parliament and Funkadelic, as a solo artist, or with a number of loosely-based offshoot outfits, Clinton set trends that still reverberate in pop music today. Artists from Prince and the Red Hot Chili Peppers to rappers like Public Enemy and Dr. Dre have at one time or another looped, sampled, or paid homage to this pioneer of funk.

Where: Ice Palace Soundstage
59 NW 14th Street
Downtown Miami less than one mile from American Airlines Arena
Time: Venue Doors: 12:00 AM
Show Time: 12:30 AM

Ticket Prices: $32.00 Night, $115.00 all four concerts


By Earl Gardner
December 31, 2003 – Particle and DJ Spooky. Particle’s dynamic sound consists of each member’s distinct musical background. The combination of these diverse elements allows the group to dive into a number of different stylistic genres. The result is a trademark mix of funk, groove, and electronica; although audiences also welcome the incorporation of jazz, rock, hip-hop, world beat, and Latin rhythms. Paul D. Miller is a conceptual artist, writer, and musician working in NYC. Known as “DJ Spooky that subliminal kid”, a character from his upcoming novel "Flow My Blood the Dj Said" uses a wide variety of digitally created music as a form of post-modern sculpture. Miller has recorded a huge volume of music as "Dj Spooky that Subliminal Kid" and has collaborated a wide variety of preeminent musicians and composers such as Iannis mongst Xenakis, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Butch Morris, Kool Keith a.k.a. Doctor Octagon, Killa Priest from Wu-Tang Clan, Yoko Ono and Thurston Moore from Sonic Youth.

Where: Ice Palace Soundstage
59 NW 14th Street
Downtown Miami less than one mile from American Airlines Arena
Time: Venue Doors: 12:00 AM
Show Time: 12:30 AM
Ticket Prices: $32.00 Night, $115.00 all four concerts

Tickets can be purchased for all events at Ticketmaster.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, or by calling 305.358.5885. Tickets can be purchased at the venue Box Office the days of show only. Box Office opens at 11:00 PM each night of the events. Full bar will be available to patrons 21 and older. Please be advised that this venue is a CASH ONLY establishment. This includes tickets, food and beverage.

[Published on: 11/13/03]

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