Presented by the Hollywood, FL Community Redevelopment Agency- Florida’s Hollywood – Beach & Downtown ( View On Facebook ) & the Rhythm Foundation ( https://www.rhythmfoundation.com/ ) Opening set by The Ries Brothers ( http://www.riesbrothers.com/ ) “If Dumpstaphunk ( https://dumpstaphunk.com/ ) was a 3 course meal it would start with a juicy rhythm section, then move on to a beautiful arrangement of guitars and keys, seasoned with some soulful vocals and add a pinch of Cosmic Slop for good measure.” – Austin Chronicle Dumpstaphunk stands out among New Orleans’ best as one of the funkiest bands to ever arise from the Crescent City. The quintet, who claims funk, soul, blues, gospel, rock ‘n roll feel good music as their influences, play a free show at the Hollywood ArtsPark Amphitheater in downtown Hollywood FL on Sunday, November 22nd. Born on the Jazz & Heritage Festival stage, and descended from Neville family bloodlines, these soldiers of funk ignite a deep, gritty groove that dares listeners not to move. Their performances combine ingenious musicianship and complex funk and jazz arrangements with soulful melodies that are simple enough for anyone to enjoy. In Big Easy tradition, dueling baselines from Tony Hall and Nick Daniels III set off one of the dirtiest rhythm sections on the planet, while Ivan Neville lights up the Hammond B3 keys and cousin Ian Neville’s funky guitar riffs send the groove into overdrive. The band also features Alvin Ford Jr, a New Orleans born and raised powerhouse drummer. *** The Ries Brothers (pronounced ”Rees”), a duo from Clearwater, FL, blend rock, blues, funk, and reggae into a soulful-sophisticated sound. Older brother Charlie (23) sings lead vocals while simultaneously playing drums and keyboard bass giving the band its unique and full sound. Younger brother Kevin Jordan (20) completes the band’s “sonic creativity” on guitar and provides background vocals and co-writes many of their songs. The band started playing the Florida bar circuit as young teenagers where they were discovered by the band Chicago and taken out on two tours prompting them to leave school and focus on music full-time.