Ahead of Soulive‘s return to NYC’s Brooklyn Bowl for the revival of their “Bowlive” residency later this week, Relix introduced a new Brooklyn Bowl docu-series chronicling the history behind the musical trio and the Brooklyn concert venue.

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The two-part series is titled, The Bowlive Story, and takes fans behind the scenes with an in-depth look at Brooklyn Bowl’s long-running “Bowlive” residency and the impact the band has had on the venue throughout its first 10 years. The north Brooklyn bowling alley and concert venue celebrated its 10th anniversary of operation over the weekend on Sunday.

The series was directed by Relix’s own Will Schwerd, and will include interviews with the three members of Soulive (Eric Krasno, Alan Evans, and Neal Evans) in addition to Brooklyn Bowl owners Pete Shapiro and Charley Ryan. Part one of the series, “The Genesis,” will debut on Wednesday, July 10th, with the second part, “The Revue” set to arrive on Wednesday, July 17th.

Watch the new trailer for the forthcoming series below.

The Bowlive Story – Official Trailer

[Video: Relix]

The band’s upcoming return to Brooklyn Bowl will feature six shows across two weekends beginning on July 11th, 12th, 13th, and again on July 18th, 19th, and 20th. The run will feature guest appearances on each night with weekend one featuring Ivan Neville (Dumpstaphunk) on July 11th, Oteil Burbridge (Dead & Company) on July 12th, and John Scofield on July 13th, and weekend two featuring Marcus King on July 18th, George Porter Jr. (The Meters) on July 19th, and Sam Kininger on July 20th.

[H/T Relix]