CBDB

CBDB

Bencoolen

Thu, September 27, 2018

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

The Camel

$10.00

Tickets at the Door

CBDB
CBDB
Filtered through the waters of Alabama's Black Warrior River, CBDB's Joyfunk emerges from the muddy depths bringing to light a crisp, revolving blend of progressive rock, funk, jam, and fusion.
phone.keys.wallet., CBDB's debut album, was released in November 2012 and saw rapid success with hook heavy songs like Slow Foxes reaching 22K+ plays on spotify.
CBDB is currently preparing to release their second album, Joyfunk is Dead, in early 2015. The facetiously titled sophomore effort takes Joyfunk down a more progressive route while still keeping its hook and groove oriented roots. CBDB has built a strong
presence through steady touring of the Southeast playing headlining shows to dedicated followings in rooms like The Jupiter,
Zydeco, Bourbon Street, Smiths Olde Bar, Terminal West, The Camel, Proud Larry's and Exit/In. They have shared the stage with acts including Umphreys McGee, Earphunk, The Wailers, B.o.B., The Revivalists, Col. Bruce Hampton (Ret.), Moon Taxi, Mike Jones, Seven Handle Circus, Octopus Nebula, The Vegabonds, Space Capone among many others.
"CBDB is one of the most exciting bands to come out of the Southeast in years. The
buzz about the band is very reminiscent of Widespread Panic in the late 80's. CBDB proves
you don't need computers to make great music." -Rick Stowe, Managing Director and
Partner-East Coast Entertainment
Bencoolen
Bencoolen
Known for their live act, Bencoolen defines their sound as maximalist rock with soaring vocal lines, massive guitar tones, and swift saxophone solos. The band was credited as the best Washington, DC college band of 2015, was featured in USA Today, closed an Arlington, Virginia festival, opened for notable acts like Southern Belles, Atlas Road Crew, Cold War Kids, and has booked big ticket stages like Nationals Stadium, 9:30 Club, and the Broadberry.
Venue Information:
The Camel
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
http://www.thecamel.org