Up-and-coming L.A. funk trio Organ Freeman continues to make moves, as the band keeps things funky and will soon appear at Brooklyn Comes Alive. Today, the band has been announced as support for TAUK, playing a hometown show at The Roxy in Hollywood, CA. These two instrumental fusion groups are guaranteed to throw it down when they get together on November 4th.With a new album out in just a couple weeks, TAUK’s uniquely instrumental brand of progressive funk fusion had earned them a great reputation. Their live shows are downright infectious, and the energy of new music is sure to translate into great playing! When you combine that energy with the all-out funk jamming of Organ Freeman, it’s a sure fire recipe for success.You can’t help but grin when you hear that a band is named Organ Freeman. That grin turns into an all-out smile when you listen to their music, a soulful-yet-peppy blend of instrumental jazz fusion that takes no prisoners. It’s some serious toe-tapping jives, fueled by the trio hard at work: guitarist Erik Carlson, drummer Rob Humphreys and organist Trevor Steer.Check out all of the information about the show in the artwork below, and get tickets here.
In swimming, Ellen Keane will compete in the SM8 200m IM heats just before 2pm and Ailbhe Kelly also goes in the S8 100m FS heats at 3:23pm.In Cycling, Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal are in action in the Individual Pursuit B qualifier at 2pm.Catherine Walsh and Fran Meehan are in action in the PT5 women’s triathlon at 3:20pm while Damien Vereker and Carrick-on-Suir’s Sean Hahessy go in the Individual B Kilo final just after half 3. Michael McKillop is chasing his second 1500m gold medal.The reigning champion goes in the T37 final just before 4pm.Elsewhere on the track, Orla Comerford goes in the T13 100m final at 3pm.