Relix will offer a free live stream of Bowlive when it hits Brooklyn Bowl Nashville in Nashville, TN, on Saturday, March 14th. Bowlive will see Soulive and special guest George Porter Jr. perform at the new Nashville venue in celebration of its grand opening. The event will also host DJ Logic, who will man the decks before, between, and after Soulive sets.

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This year’s Bowlive follows a massive 2019 edition, which saw Soulive complete a six-night Brooklyn Bowl residency in New York in celebration of the band’s 20th anniversary. Members Eric Krasno (guitar), Neal Evans (keys), and Alan Evans (drums) enlisted many talented guests throughout the residency, including Danny Mayer (Star Kitchen), James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band), Marcus King, and of course, George Porter Jr.

For those lucky enough to attend this year’s festivities, tickets are still on sale. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. ET and the show starts at 8:00 p.m. ET. For those who are unable to attend, click here for the free Bowlive stream.

On Saturday, March 21st, Krasno will head to Brooklyn, NY’s Avant Gardner to take part in the city’s all-day, collaborative musical marathon, Brooklyn Comes Alive. One of the many highlights on the Brooklyn Comes Alive lineup, is a special Oteil & Friends set that will feature Krasno and guitarist Scott Metzger (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead), pianist Jeff Chimenti (Dead & Company), guitarist Tom Guarna (Blood, Sweat & Tears), keyboardist Jason Crosby (Phil Lesh & Friends), drummer John Kimock (Mike Gordon), and percussionist Weedie Braimah. Vocalists Alfreda Gerald and Lamar Williams Jr. (Les Brers, The New Mastersounds) and Lettuce’s two-man horn section of trumpeter Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis (Lettuce) round out the stellar band lineup.

Additionally, Krasno will also join Dr. Klaw, the supergroup comprised of veterans of two of the most prominent funk bands in the scene—Dumpstaphunk and Lettuce. Typically comprised of Krasno, drummer Adam Deitch (Lettuce, Break Science), keyboardist/vocalist Nigel Hall (Lettuce), guitarist Ian Neville (Dumpstaphunk), and bassist/vocalist Nick Daniels (Dumpstaphunk), a Dr. Klaw show is always a Lettuce/Dumpstaphunk family affair. At Brooklyn Comes Alive, however, both the Lett and Dumpsta camps will offer up extra representatives for Dr. Klaw: charismatic Dumpstaphunk keyboardist/vocalist Ivan Neville and Lettuce’s two-man horn section of Eric “Benny” Bloom(trumpet) and Ryan Zoidis (saxophone) are all set to join in on the performance.

Other scheduled performances include Birds of a Feather featuring members of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Goose; Turkuaz with special guests Cory HenryRobert Sput Searight, and Nate WerthThe Motet with special guests Oz NoyBrandon “Taz” Niederauer, and Shira EliasRobert Randolph & Friends with Karl DensonIvan NevilleRashawn RossMonoNeon, and Robert Sput Searight; Anomalie / Deitch / MonoNeonSPAGA Plays The Dead; undead funk outfit Here Come the Mummies; and bassist/DJ Karina Rykman; as well as late-night performances by Jade Cicada, Potions, and 5AM Trio and a rare DJ set by Beats Antique.

Tickets to Brooklyn Comes Alive 2020 are on sale now. A festival pass to Brooklyn Comes Alive grants attendees access to the full schedule of programming across both stages (The Great Hall and Kings Hall) from 4:00 p.m.–4:00 a.m. Fans can also purchase “late-night only” passes, which grant attendees access to the DJ sets in The Great Hall only from 12:00 a.m.–4:00 a.m.

Stay tuned to the official Brooklyn Comes Alive website and follow the Facebook event page for more information.

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