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Art House Gallery and Cultural Center is Proud to Present! Lester Chambers and the Mud Stompers November 8th Saturday Night 7:30 -10PM
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LESTER CHAMBERS ( The Chambers Brothers) and the MUD STOMPERS With Special Guests! Saturday Night November 8th 2014   Leave a comment

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A Night that will make musical History in Berkeley!

Stompin’ Mud…

The Mud Stompers and Stomping Mud Records are the brainchild of Lester Chambers, a two-time Music Hall of Famer. For more than 50 years he’s been revolutionizing the music industry. One of the first funk bands, the first inter-racial band, he still brings his passionate energy, aging like a fine wine.

A pioneer of the psychedelic rock movement, he was at Newport Folk Festival when folk hit the scene and quickly became an integral voice of the folk scene, saturated with gospel rock. Lester’s music delivers rich delicious bluesy rock with a folk rock sound.

The Mud Stompers are a spiritually-guided group of professional musicians, Lester Chambers, David Aguilar, Kenneth Roy Berry, Baron Chase, Marcia Migét and Kenny “Mo” Susan. The music is something that comes up from within, melding Blues, R&B, Funk, Jazz, and

Rock & Roll steeped in gospel spiritual roots.

LESTER CHAMBERS BIO.

Lester Chambers was born and raised with his twelve siblings in Lee County Mississippi. His Baptist parents encouraged all thirteen of their children to sing in the local church choir. This early passion for music continued when the family moved to Los Angeles in the early 1950’s.

Around the time the Beatles left England for America Lester and his brothers ventured into LA’s fabled Ash Grove coffee house and began singing their special blend of gospel/folk music. An old guitar, bass and those heavenly voices led by Lester on harmonica and cowbell soon had folks lined up down Melrose in West Hollywood. Eventually leading them to New York City. Along the way Lester recalls seeing hundreds of colorfully dressed, long haired kids hitchhiking away from their homes. This Hippy exodus inspired his brother Joe to pen the words to Time Has Come Today:

Time has come today
For young hearts to go their way
Can’t put it off another day
They say we don’t listen anyway
Time has come today

New York was quick to embrace this unique psychedelic, rock ‘n’ roll, gospel group and Columbia Records scored a huge pop hit with a first ever 11-minute single. Time Has Come Today, the title track became an anthem of the era. Like their good friends, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix and Sly and the Family Stone, they were filling arenas with both white and black kids for the first time.

Art House Gallery & Cultural Center
2905 Shattuck Ave.
Berkeley, Ca 94705
info 510-472-3170

Saturday Night November 8th 2014

A Night will make musical History in Berkeley!

7PM door 7:30 SHOW

ALL AGES and Wheelchair Accessible

$10.00-20.00 Donation

PLEASE SUPPORT THE ARTS!

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