The Fatback Band LONDON - Tickets

The Fatback Band LONDON - Tickets
Fri, 04/09/15, 19:00 The Clapham Grand
21-25 St John's Hill, Clapham Junction,
SW11 1TT LONDON

The Fatback Band come to the Clapham Grand in September 2015.

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The Fatback Band, The Clapham Grand, 04/09/15
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CategoryDescriptionPrice*Quantity 
1 Stalls StandingFull Price Ticket
£30.50
2 Unreserved SeatingFull Price Ticket
£41.50
3 Royal BoxFull Price Ticket
£345.00
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Pioneers of Dance, Funk, Soul, Rap and R'n'B The Fatback Band are the originators of the New York sound that has influenced so many over the years. Formed in 1970 in New York City,The Fatback Band was the concept of Bill Curtis, an experienced drummer, inspired to merge the "fatback jazz beat" with a touch of West Indie & Caribbean beat into a funky groove.

The Fatback Band song “King Tim III (Personality Jock)” is considered to be the first commercially released rap single. The band released a series of exceptional singles which rocks the dancefloors to this day such as "Spanish Hustle", "(Are you ready) do the bus stop", "Yum Yum ( Gimme Some)", "Backstrokin' ", "Keep on Steppin' ", "Wicki Wacky" and probably the biggest soul hit of the 1980's "I Found Lovin' "

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