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Published: 2013/09/11

George Porter Jr. and Runnin’ Pardners Announce Fall Dates

Legendary Meters bassist George Porter Jr. is hitting the road with his band Runnin’ Pardners. Featuring Brint Anderson (guitar), Michael Lemmier (keyboards), Khris Royal (saxophone), and Terrence Houston (drums), the New Orleans funk band will embark on a two-month, twenty-show tour spanning the Southeast as well as multiple California shows.

The band will also play a co-bill with fellow NOLA funksters Dumpstaphunk in Nashville, TN and St. Louis, MO and Tim Reynolds & TR3 will share the stage with Runnin’ Pardners in Washington, DC. Check out the full list of tour dates below.

September 12 Boca Raton, FL—Funky Biscuit
September 13 Jacksonville, FL—Freebird Live
September 20 New Orleans, LA—Justice For All Ball-Audubon Tea Room
September 21 New Orleans, LA—D.B.A.
October 10 Charleston, SC—Pourhouse
October 11 Raleigh, NC—Southland Ballroom
October 12 Corolla, NC—Mustang Music Festival
October 14 Washington, DC—The Hamilton
October 16 Nashville, TN—Exit/In
October 17 St. Louis, MO—Old Rock House
October 18 Oxford, MS—Proud Larry’s
October 24 Mill Valley, CA—Sweetwater
October 25 San Francisco, CA—Brick & Mortar
October 26 San Francisco, CA—Brick & Mortar
November 1 New Orleans, LA—D.B.A.
November 2 New Orleans, LA—The Howling Wolf
November 8 Houston, TX—Last Concert Cafe
November 9 Austin, TX—Antones
November 16 Live Oak, FL—Bear Creek Festival
November 22 Tupelo, MS—Blue Canoe

Comments

There are 4 comments associated with this post

Big Rizze September 11, 2013, 11:13:22

FUNKIFY YOURSELF!!!

JV September 11, 2013, 11:19:13

George matters. see ya in october gp jr!

bj September 11, 2013, 14:26:45

not sure about all the other dates but the st. louis show on october 17th is with dumpstaphunk! it’s gonna be awesome!

Wooker T. September 12, 2013, 14:16:46

Fucking love George he is unstopable! I found a sweeeeet meters show from Jackson in ’75 on panicstream the other day. Geroge pointed out in an interview i read a few years back that the Meters were doing the ‘jam thing’ on the east coast as far back as the Grateful Dead were doing it on the west coast. Makes me wonder what things would be like if the Meters had a big hit in ’87 and the GD didnt.

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