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Never Underestimate The Power Of Positive Vibrations…

Especially at the hands of Michael Franti & Spearhead, who appeared at the Lowell Summer Music Series last weekend.

Michael Franti

While the heavy rains forced the show to be held indoors, nothing dampened the spirits of either the band or the audience, who was on its feet before the show even began!

Michael Franti shaking hands with the rail-sitters

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Here Is Something I Have Gotten Behind

One of the bands I have most enjoyed seeing at The Extended Play Sessions, The Get Right Band, is in the middle of a Kickstarter campaign to produce their next album.

Get Right Band

Get Right Band

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The Get Right Band Funked Up The House!

This was my third time seeing The Get Right Band, an Asheville-based funky rock band, at The Extended Play Sessions, and I am not growing tired of them in the least!

The Get Right Band

The Get Right Band

This band needs to be seen live to be fully appreciated; they have an energy as well as a way of connecting with their audience that makes them stand out.

The Get Right Band

The Get Right Band

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Get Your Dancin’ Shoes On!

We all need to cut loose a bit every once in a while and just enjoy music and friends for the pure joy of…well, music and friends!

The Get Right Band (Official Poster)

The Get Right Band (Official Poster)

The Get Right Band is returning to The Fallout Shelter at The Extended Play Sessions on Monday, October 19th!

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Funk/Reggae Rocked The House!

This was not the first time The Extended Play Sessions hosted The Get Right Band, a funk/reggae/rock trio from Asheville, North Carolina, so we knew to expect a dance party. Little did we know that more people would be on their collective feet for most of the show!

The Get Right Band

The Get Right Band

As I write this, knowing the band will return in the fall for a third show, I feel that The Get Right Band is our ‘house’ band. We are all comfortable with one another and that is evident in their performance.

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