Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Free Funky Fritters Show at Hunter College’s Jazz Fest Wednesday, April 28

The Funky Fritters are playing
two sets at Hunter College’s
FREE Jazz Fest to Benefit New Orleans
as part of HubSpot.NOLA &
Waterproof Souls New Orleans
Awareness Week.
Alligator Records recording artist Michael Hill will be
joining the Fritters on vocals along with many special guests

Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Hunter College 68th Street Campus, Thomas Hunter Hall RM105
There will be food, and this event is free! Please come and show your support!

The concept of HubSpot.NOLA is to create a network built to connect
New Orleanians with the resources they need. This is an outlet intended to
direct volunteers and advocates from anywhere towards New Orleans based
organizations that they can work with. There are a tremendous amount of
community and volunteer based non-profit organizations in New Orleans focused
on rebuilding the city. Unfortunately, they are too often understaffed and
underfunded. HubSpot.NOLA aims to be the “central nervous system” that
connects them together, and with supporters around the world. We are
also developing a fund raising platform as well, to generate donations
and sustain our business efforts.

Waterproof Soul
Waterproof Soul is dedicated to the people of New Orleans and is a
tribute to the vibrant history of a city that has been neglected and
abused. It is a commitment to keeping the collective memory and
traditions of New Orleans alive and thriving.

About The Funky Fritters
Since 2005 this powerhouse NYC based 11-member Blues band w/horns
has been serving up a bowl of Funky Gumbo and a Hearty Helpin’ of New
Orleans Mardis Gras,rock, brass, R&B, jazz and gospel. Featuring lead vocalist
Alligator and Recording Artist The Blues Mob’s Michael Hill. For more information
and our latest demos, please visit our website at:
Become our fans at:
Our new release ‘‘Deep Fried Live’’
now available on Amazon & iTunes!
We've recently released a live collection of New Orleans and blues
standards. Including classic crowd-favorites such as "It's all over
now, "Tipitina," "Junko Partner," Sissy Strut and "Everything Gonna Be
Funky From Now On." Highlighted by guest sax performances by Travis
Sullivan of Bjorkestra and Dave Mullen of Butta. With former drummer
Craig Stewart and Dan Nachimson on keys.
Now available for a limited time for just $7.99 from

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