They've reached out to six decades of musicians who have played with Clyde, from legendary members of James Brown's band, to national, regional and local luminaries in blues, funk, soul and rock.
"It's time," says Joey B. Banks, one of the organizers on the scholarship fund committee. "Clyde's a living legend. He's given back through his time and talents again and again over the years. It's time to honor his achievements, and to begin a permanent scholarship for deserving kids in our area." -
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The jb3s was born out of an affinity of funk and jazz organ trio music. Soulive being one of the most popular modern examples, a group of Madison WI and Chicagofunksters got together to play some "soulive tunes." The repertoire has grown from there, but has it's roots deeply sewn into the traditions of organ trios. Joey B. Banks-Drums, Chris Clemente-Bass, Todd Phipps-B3 organ
20 Dane County rock and jazz veterans unite to present the Steely Dan songbook live in concert using the same configuration as the Steely Dan touring band. Dave Adler Dave Stoler Joey B. Banks Biff Blumfumgagnge Michael Brenneis Steve Burke James "Pie" Cowan Phil Zell Al Falaschi Megan Moran Freedy Johnston Clay Konnor Courtney Larsen Phil Lyons Mike Massey Alison Margaret Jay Moran Michael Walls Gordon Ranney Nick Moran They are members of The Gomers, Tony Castaneda Latin Jazz Sextet, The Clyde Stubblefield Band, The Obros, Phat Phunktion, Gibralter Rockers, Chick Singer, Kyle Henderson, The New Breed Jazz Quintet, the Black N Blue All Stars, Honor Among Thieves, Jim Schwall Band, Adam Isaac and the People
HONOR AMONG THIEVES
Honor Among Thieves: After twenty-five years, five CDs, an LP,and a 45, the members of Honor Among Thieves still draw a blank whenever someone asks, what kind of music do you play? Blues roots are unmistakable, but the line up of guitar, bass, drums, and violin, and musical flourishes that stray into klezmer, jazz, funk and beyond confound true blues devotees. They have amassed a wealth of creative material and wield it with passion and spontaneity that makes each performance unique and has allowed Honor Among Thieves to remain one of Madison's most revered bands for nearly a generation.The Thieves were the subject of a 2004 documentary film entitled "When the World Runs Fast". The members of Honor Among Thieves are: Andy Ewen:lead vocals, guitar; Doug DeRosa:bass, vocals; Randal Harrison (aka Randy Hoecherl):, vocals; Joey B. Banks:drums.
Award winning 18 year old singer/writer/performer Gabe Burdulis has been entertaining audiences solo and with bands that play everything from rock & blues, to folk or hip-hop since 2008! Playing everywhere from street corners to coffee shops, bars, festivals, benefit shows, to 10 thousand seated amphitheaters.
Gabe has played drums/percussion, guitar’s, harmonica, electric/upright bass, trumpet, violin, keyboard/piano/synthesizer and sung with groups such as – The Gabe Burdulis band/TRIO, The Daze, Jimmy Murn & The Heymakers, Markopolis, Danielle Brittany, Whiskey Doll, Croaker, ATvile, Ted Park & ARKND, The Twist, Waiting on Gabe, Max Dvorak and the Substructures, Red & The Boy, Grandaddy and the Beastly Entertainers, Angela & Tom (ZuZu open mic), Gabe & Chuck, Corinne McKnight, Tos Hopkins, and Adoration
LO MARIE MUSIC
Lo Marie is a singer/songwriter from Madison, Wisconsin
Starting at age 5 with voice training and piano lessons, she has never looked back as she pursues new channels of musical expression. She toured the US from New York to Los Angeles, building her repertoire and perfecting new works at shows in Nashville, Chicago, and Madison. After years of work, Lo Marie finished her second EP, Solid Ground,
in January of 2015, which was also produced by Jerry Kimbrough.