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Tower of Power

Still hip after all these years, Tower of Power delivererd a powerful dose of funk and soul that helped define the rebellious “urban soul” sound of the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1970s. Prepare to get your groove on while founding member and Detroit native Emilio Castillo (tenor sax) along with original member, Stephen “The Funky Doctor” Kupka (baritone sax), and their motley crew bring it home with horn-driven hits such “This Time It’s Real,” “So Very Hard To Go,” and of course, “What Is Hip.” Special guests the Average White Band, will round out a night of legendary ’70s funk, soul, and R&B.

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