March 2014
Elmore Magazine;Mar/Apr2014, Issue 61, p26
The article looks at the fall and rise of the show band, a music group working with a fusion of funk, disco soul, jazz, and rhythm & blues. It explores the impact of a band's state of democracy on its longevity as well as discusses how technology advances have been adopted by musicians. Examples of show bands include Kool and the Gang, Sly and the Family Stone, and Antibalas.


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