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Heritage Concert Series Rescheduled Concert
August 28, 2014 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pmFree
Join the King Arts Complex for the 16th Annual Heritage Concert Series. Once known as the ‘Cradle of Jazz”, the Mount Vernon corridor of the King Lincoln District is the place to be every Thursday in July and August. Performances from local, regional and national musical artists will keep it hot with Jazz, Classical R&B, inspirational and Blues! Bring a blanket or lawn chair, and relax in the beautiful, breezy ambiance of Mayme Moore Park. A Food Court and reserved tables on the Patio are be available.
Best known for their sizzling live performances, the fo/mo/deep groove is rooted in the experimental school of the 70s…a time when jazz, soul and funk were one and the same. Seeking to defy the ordinary, this diverse collective of seasoned pros keeps things stirred up with unpredictable energy that moves.
The music harkens back to the days when super groups hypnotized the world with bass driven ensembles and a full-bodied sound that reigned supreme. fo/mo/deep plays music like it’s meant to be…hot, incalculable and emotionally satisfying.
Formed back 2007 by Bassist/Bandleader, Ron “Fatkat” Holmes, Jr., they are now known for their intelligently energetic and unpredictable shows, created a formidable reputation for this jazz-funk-world infused band.
Amazingly, their music masterfully transfers the insatiable energy of the band’s live performances to the recording studio. The songs engrave the canvas of the record with sizzling bursts of improvisation, while also capturing the emotional essence of more delicate instrumental conversations.
Now they are releasing their most eclectic work yet, “TheGroovyGoodness” on June 3rd, 2014. Brent Black of criticaljazz.com wrote “A release as deep and rich as the cover art, I’m hooked…”. Robert Young of the Vertical Spin says “Columbus, OH native composer/bassist Ron “FatKat” Holmes returns with his band fo/mo/deep to enhance their distinctive mark on another riveting contemporary jazz offering titled “TheGroovyGoodness.”