Monday, Apr 27, 9 PM-Tuesday, Apr 28, 3 AM

Frequinox, Honey Island Swamp Band, DJLogic [at OEJ Jazzfest’20]

One Eyed Jacks
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615 Toulouse St., New Orleans, LA
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FREQUINOX (+ HONEY ISLAND SWAMP BAND) + DJ LOGIC at One Eyed Jacks (New Orleans) Date: Monday, April 27th 2020 Door Time: 8:00 PM Venue: One Eyed Jacks, New Orleans Show Type: Funk & R'nB Rockin Restrictions: 18 & over * WATCH THE PROMO VIDEO * BooM BooM RooM Presents ** FREQUINOX ** plus: * HONEY ISLAND SWAMP BAND * and: * DJ LOGIC * (the Original Logic) @ One Eyed Jacks in New Orleans FREQUINOX starring: DONALD HARRISON - Sax/ Headhunters STANTON MOORE - Drums/ Galactic ROBERT MERCURIO - Bass/ Galactic ROBERT WALTER - B3 & Keys/ Greyboy Allstars WILL BERNARD - Guitar/ TJ Kirk The FREQUINOX is not just a band; it is a super group of musicians. Born of the concept that in combining members from the “best of the best” of the West-Coast’s Soul-Jazz Boogaloo bands with those of the “best of the best” from New Orleans to form a Super group so damn funky and exceptional that it would be the cause of an out-and-out, general freak-out for those that witness this sensational group! This is a Boom Boom Room Presents Original Super Band. Donald Harrison Having recorded with the Headhunter, this sax player from NOLA is a true legend. He also combined jazz with Afro-New Orleans traditional music on his critically acclaimed and influential albums “Indian Blues” in 1991 and “Spirits of Congo Square” in 2000. Stanton Moore Born and raised in New Orleans, Stanton Moore is a dedicated drummer and performer especially connected to the city, its culture and collaborative spirit. Driven and inspired by the thriving music scene of his hometown which includes such greats as Professor Longhair, Doctor John and The Meters, Moore’s name is now mentioned amongst these Big Easy mainstays. Robert Mercurio New Orleans local, and founder of Galactic, this bassist knows how to get groovy. Mercurio has been performing in the funk scene for decades, and never falls short of bringing his unique sound to the table. Robert Walter Robert Walter performs all his own stunts. For 20 years, the San Diego native has been pulling drawbars and pushing the limits of the Hammond B3 organ. Walter helped form the Greyboy Allstars in 1993 with Karl Denson, Elgin Park, Chris Stillwell, Zak Najor, and DJ Greyboy. Influenced by soul-jazz and funk records from the 1960s and 70s, the band juxtaposed jazz improvisation and dance music. Will Bernard Although currently a New Yorker, guitarist Will Bernard's unique voice was formed for the most part from the rich cultural roots of the San Francisco Bay Area. Along the way he studied classical music, jazz, played in basements and coliseums, and absorbed the Bay Area Multi-Kultii, the New York downtown edge, and the loose funk of New Orleans. He has performed or recorded with Charlie Hunter, Stanton Moore, Robert Walter, John Medeski, Dr Lonnie Smith, Ben Sidran, Peter Apfelbaum, Jai Uttal, Tom Waits, Dr. John and a lot of other known and unknowns. Will can be seen working in a chameleon-like way to fit into his current habitat. His 2007 CD "Party Hats" as well as his 1997 collaborative project T.J. Kirk's If Four Was One were both nominated for Grammys, and he is nominated yearly in Downbeat Magazine's Critics Poll for "Best Rising Star" Guitar Player. Will is a regular fixture at New Orleans Jazz fest, Jam Cruise and other similar events, and has toured extensively in the US and Europe. Currently, Will performs with John Medeski's Mad Skillet, Peter Apfelbaum's Sparkler, Frequinox with Stanton Moore and Robert Walter, Pleasure Drones, Brian Charette's Mighty Grinders, and the Will Bernard Trio and Quartet. Will's 8th album as a leader, Out and About was released in 2016 on Posi-Tone Records. plus: * HONEY ISLAND SWAMP BAND * On April 27th During Jazz Fest In New Orleans “They’re irresistible by their name alone…” – Elmore Think The Band’s Big Pink album and add a splash of hot sauce with Willin’ by Little Feat – this group of New Orleans vagabonds nails it. New Orleans, LA or San Francisco, CA– From the pristine waters of the Honey Island Swamp, to the vibrant streets of New Orleans, to the hazy corner of Haight-Asbury in San Francisco, this band has endured devastation, relocation, and revitalization. A group whose sound has been tagged “Bayou Americana,” the Honey Island Swamp Band takes the hammer to the nail with the help of producer Luther Dickinson with Demolition Day. Drawing from their diverse backgrounds, the band’s lyrical content is quite colorful. “They really are all over the map,” Aaron explains of the topics explored on Demolition Day. “Some are rooted in reality and personal experience. “Head High Water Blues” is a look back at the Hurricane Katrina experience now that ten years has passed. Much has been rebuilt, but much has not and never will be – and the song is more about the emotional scars that can never be fully erased. Others are just fiction and storytelling. We had the music for “Through Another Day”, and it sounded sort of old and epic and Southern, and that inspired this Civil War-era storyline that became the lyrics. Others are just sort of playful nonsense about life and relationships, like “Watch And Chain.” Demolition Day is about rebuilding more than tearing down. It’s about a renewal of purpose, reflected through powerful lyrics and stories, great slide guitar on top of deep bass and rhythms that continue to move the foundation that the band was built upon. New Orleans has a deep well of music, and that well has no rules – the only boundaries are the ones that we place on ourselves. On Demolition Day, the Honey Island Swamp Band breaks these boundaries to deliver a sound so relevant and honest that even in the darkest of days – like the violent storm that brought this group of musicians together – Demolition Day still shines brightly. Meet The Honey Island Swamp Band: Aaron Wilkinson – mandolin, guitar, harmonica, vocals Lee Yankie – guitar, vocals Sam Price – bass, vocals Garland Paul – drums, vocals Chris Spies – keyboards and: * DJ LOGIC * (the Original Logic) DJ Logic is a turntablist active primarily in nu-jazz/acid jazz and with jam bands. Kibler was born and raised in The Bronx. An early interest in hip hop led to his using the turntables, practicing often. He has performed as a guest of Ratdog, Medeski Martin & Wood. SHARE THIS EVENT on FACEBOOK: Be sure to follow us at @boomboomroomsf on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for more information about the show, ticket contests and special guests announcements!