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Party after Snarky Puppy film still on …

February 9, 2013

But there’s change-up of bands …

Tonight – Feb. 9, 10 p.m.-MidnightThin Line Film Fest feature documentary, Snarky Puppy: Ground Up,” is celebrated at an after-party at Sweetwater Grill & Tavern, 115 S. Elm St.

The music will be provided by the Denton improv funk/jazz/jam collective Sol Kitchen, ramping up the funk/jazz quotient, causing everyone attending to get up and dance, and dance, and dance.

Sol Kitchen, as it is known now, is a tightly woven network of musicians, well versed in the art of improvisational music, who come together with the express purpose of funking you (the people) to deaf.”

For a sample of Sol Kitchen music, visit:

More about Snarky Puppy

From the live DVD “groundUP” (no dubbing)

Written, arranged, and produced by Michael League.

Shaun Martin – Moog (solo)
Bill Laurance – piano
Cory Henry – organ
Justin Stanton – Fender Rhodes
Mark Lettieri – guitar
Bob Lanzetti – guitar
Chris McQueen – guitar
Michael League – bass
Nate Werth – percussion
Keita Ogawa – percussion
Marcelo Woloski – percussion
Robert “Sput” Searight – drums
Andy Hunter – trombone
Jay Jennings – trumpet and flugelhorn (solo)
Maz – trumpet
Chris Bullock – sax
Zach Brock – violin
Maria Im – violin
Roni Gan – viola
Jody Redhage – cello

Engineered by Eric Hartman, Diko Shoturma, and Avi Gunther.
Filmed by Andy LaViolette, Brad Holt, Simon C.F. Yu, and Caroline Stucky.
Mixed by Eric Hartman.
Mastered by Scott Hull at Masterdisk NYC.


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