On the heels of their sold-out three-night run at Brooklyn Bowl this past weekend, genre-fusing New Orleans brass band The Soul Rebels have announced a pop-up show today, Monday, March 26th, in Brooklyn. The appearance will take place at the Apple store on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg at 7:30 p.m.
The performance caps a busy week for the Soul Rebels in the Big Apple. After a sold-out Radio City Music Hall performance supporting G-Eazy on Tuesday, March 20th, they headed to Brooklyn for a three-night run at Brooklyn Bowl. The band’s three-night Brooklyn run saw them adopt a different theme and guests for each performance. On Thursday, March 22nd, the outfit played a special set featuring the music of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and Outkast. On Friday, March 23rd, they kept the hip-hop flavor going by welcoming special guests Curren$y and Smoke DZA. Finally, on Saturday, March 24th, the Soul Rebels crew kept it funky with a pair of high-powered special additions: Marcus King on guitar and Cory Henry on the organ. You can watch the group’s Saturday performance at Brooklyn Bowl featuring King and Henry below:
The Soul Rebels w/ Marcus King, Cory Henry – Full Video – Brooklyn Bowl – 3/24/18
[Video: The Soul Rebels]
The Soul Rebels are on tour now. For a full list of upcoming dates, head to the band’s website.