Images by: Adam McCullough
Jans Ingber’s Funk Fellowship :: 01.21.17 :: Brooklyn Bowl :: New York, NY
Former The Motet frontman Jans Ingber brought his Funk Fellowship to Brooklyn Bowl for an all-star collaborative concert. Ingber assembled a lineup featuring guitarist Scott Metzger, bassist Chris Chew, drummer Alwyn Robinson, trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick, saxophonist Cochemea Gastelum, keyboardists Akie Bermiss and Steveland Swatkins, and vocalists Rachael Price and Moorea Masa. The lively set featured Ingber leading the ensemble on covers of songs made famous by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, Bill Withers, The Beatles George Michael and others. Photographer Adam McCullough was at Brooklyn Bowl for the Funk Fellowship performance, view his gallery followed a soundboard matrix recording of the concert below:
Audio (Taped by Eric McRoberts)
Set: 8 Days On The Road [Howard Tate], All Day Sucker [Stevie Wonder], I Believe To My Soul [Ray Charles], Ain’t No Fun To Me [Al Green], Giving Him Something He Can Feel [Aretha Franklin], Walk Right Now [The Jacksons], Seven Nation Army [The White Stripes], Old Time Lovin [Al Green], Love You Inside Out [Bee Gees], We Can Work It Out [The Beatles], Who Is He (And What Is He to You) [Bill Withers], More Bounce To The Ounce [Zapp & Roger], You Don’t Know Nothin About Love [Jerry Ragovoy / Carl Hall], Freedom [George Michael]
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