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The Funky Meters feat. John Medeski & Analog Son 3.23.17

The Fox Theatre
Boulder, CO

Words & photo by Kevin Hahn (Split Open & Shoot Photography)

Anytime I see a legend in the flesh, whether it’s a famous actor or sports athlete, I tend to experience feelings of nostalgia, great amazement, and sometimes shock/awe. But witnessing a living legend doing what they have been known for (in this case for over fifty years) is truly on a whole different level. George Porter Jr. is this exact person I am speaking of. The man is a monster on the bass, and is still touring quite hard at the ripe old age of 69 with a variety of acts.

Us Coloradans are very lucky to be able to see George numerous times a year whether it’s with The Foundation of Funk, The Meter Men, his own The Runnin Pardner’s, or the annual Mt. Sun’s Funky Good Times event. This time around he was at The Fox Theatre celebrating the 25th anniversary of one of the more respected music clubs in the Western United States. Ironically, George and this very group opened The Fox back i…

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