MACEO PARKER, the legendary North Carolina-born saxophonist whose jabbing horn riffs helped define the sound of funk in the late-’60s (with James Brown) and who then went on to join the Mothership in the 1970s with George Clinton’s Parliament/Funkadelic aggregation, has two concert dates in London next month.
Both gigs are at Under London Bridge on Friday 15th and Saturday 16th November.
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‘98% Funky Stuff – My Life In Music’ Maceo Parker’s autobiography is available via Amazon and good book stores
Maceo’s latest CD is ‘Soul Classics’