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21st Avenue rock the funk out of the Slice

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Local funk rock band 21st Avenue brought a touch of the funk mixed with rock   for an energetic show at the Slice, Saturday, Jan. 16.


21st Avenue returned to the Slice, Jan. 16. Photo  by Richard Amery

 They’ve been drinking heavily from the well of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and even tackled a cover of “Under the Bridge” which got a lot of applause.

 Most of their set was original funk tinged rock with a few covers mixed in.


 They played a new song due out Feb. 7.

 Throughout, bassist Tristan Smetana, guitarist Dayton Jans, drummer Quinn Schmick  and frontman/ guitarist Oztin they laid down a solid goove, that got the toes tapping and some seet bass and guitar solos.

  They were trying their hands at rap rock by the time I left.

— By Richard Amery,L.A. Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Saturday, 20 January 2024 12:09 )  
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