Soulive 10 Year Anniversary :: 07.31.09 :: Prospect Park Bandshell :: Brooklyn, NY
After a few days to reflect back we asked some of the guys for their thoughts on the night:
Eric Krasno (Soulive)
“Celebrate Brooklyn is always something we look forward to, and I think some of our best gigs have been there. Playing with Scofield and the horns on that stage in our hometown was like a dream come true.”
Nick Daniels III (Dumpstaphunk)
“That Friday evening was wonderful, rain and all, it’s always an honor playing with our brothers Soulive. We need more nights like that and so do the fans.”
Ryan Zoidis (The Shady Horns)
“That stage is magical. Last time we played there was really heavy, too. The weather clearing up right before we hit was my favorite part because I visualized it earlier in the day, and it happened. All in all the vibe was incredible, we were all having fun, enjoying ourselves, and the energy from the crowd was amazing.”
John Scofield, Christian Scott, Nigel Hall & The Shady Horns
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