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Vulfpeck released pro-shot video of “Back Pocket” from their recent headlining debut at Madison Square Garden.
Vulpeck made their headlining debut at Madison Square Garden with the help of Chris Thile, Dave Koz and others.
Vulfpeck has shared the final official music video off 2018’s ‘Hill Climber’ with a visual for ‘For Survival.’
Celebrate JamBase’s 20th anniversary with a look back at 20 notorious gags and pranks pulled off by jam acts in the past two decades.
Funk act Vulfpeck unveiled the official video for ‘Hill Climber’ track “The Cup Stacker.”
Vulfpeck takes fans inside the studio for the recording of “Disco Ulysses” from their recently released ‘Hill Climber’ studio album.
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Vulfpeck at Madison Square Garden
- The Sweet Science
- Tee Time
- Animal Spirits
- Cory Wong
- My First Car
- Daddy, He Got a Tesla
- Smile Meditation
- Running Away
- Baby I Don't Know Oh Oh
- Funky Duck
- Aunt Leslie
- Wait for the Moment
- Back Pocket
- Christmas in L.A.
- Dean Town
- Birds of a Feather, We Rock Together
- It Gets Funkier
Vulfpeck is a half-Jewish German-American rhythm section based in Los Angeles. Originally studio musicians at Vulf Records, Jack Stratton, Theo Katzman, Woody Goss & Joe Dart have released five albums under Vulfpeck.
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