We’re gearing up for this weekend’s Windsor Craft Beer Festival and you can’t enjoy a good beer without listening to great music. Here is a list of entertainment for this weekend’s festivities.
Friday, October 13, 2017
Soul Brother Stef
Heavily influenced by the work of J Dilla and MF Doom, Soul Brother Stef absorbs the rhythm of soul, jazz, funk, and hip-hop into a rich arrangement of drum beats, samples, and vocals. Using an MPC-style beat machine, called Maschine, he draws from live sounds and vinyl cuts. This Friday performance will also include a live drummer, taking it to another level.
In the Pocket
Love yourself some good ol’ Motown? In the Pocket won’t disappoint.
ONEFREQ provides a sound that is globally-inspired but very much connected to the heart and soul of Detroit.
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Soul Brother Stef
Soul Brother Stef is back, solo, on Saturday to kick off Day 2 of the Windsor Craft Beer Festival.
OE is a talented up and coming alternative R&B duo out of Detroit, consisting of members Omar Aragones and Erik “nuntheless” Washington.
Gabriel Brass Band
The Gabriel Brass Band have been known to make even the stiffest crowd move their feet! This Brass Band honors the rich history of New Orleans music while bringing fun and funk to you live and direct!Spear headed by 5th generation musician Dameon Gabriel, with a few Gabriel family members and a host of close friends, they continue the New Orleans flavor that the Gabriel family brought to the Motor City in the 1940’s via New Orleans. The musical Gabriel’s date back to 1850s New Orleans.
The Funk Junkies
The Funk Junkies are a Windsor based funk band playing high energy party starters ranging from old-school classics such as ‘Sex Machine’ by James Brown to modern hits like ‘Uptown Funk’ by Mark Ronson. Expect to be moved to your feet by their upbeat funk selections. A staple at music halls and festivals across the city and county they are the only local act dedicated to playing purely funk. The Funk Junkies get right to the point which means getting the crowd up on their feet and dancing.