Friday, March 8, 2013

Bootsy Collins And Chuck D. To Have A Quick Pro Quo At SBSW

Bootsy Collins and Chuck D embody the power of African-American music to move audiences and change culture. Bootsy and his teenage band The Pacemakers were hired by James Brown in 1970 where they both enlivened Brown's sound and earned their touring stripes. He was a core member of George Clinton's P-Funk ensemble. His distinctive "Space Bass" style is a bedrock of funk sound. Chuck D leads rap legends Public Enemy, who brought social consciousness and sonic intensity to rap music. Among their classic records is the standout "It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back." PE continues to draw huge crowds worldwide and released two albums last year, including "The Evil Empire Of Everything." Chuck also runs the global hip hop community This joint appearance will bring two masters together for stories and inspiration.
SXSW Conversation: Bootsy Collins & Chuck D
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Room 18ABC
Austin Convention Center
This session open to all Music and Platinum badges and Artist wristbands
This is a SBSW Post I am sharing because it sounds really cool! Can't wait to hear all about it!
I have too much going on in Seattle to go this year,
I really am bummed to miss this epic event Boosty
Baby! I would rather be with you.....

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