This eclectic bunch might second-line to the stage with a brass band version of Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon,” and once they hit the bandstand the party begins. From funky throwdowns like “Shine On” to a cover of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s hoodoo classic “Born on the Bayou” to the N’awlins anthem “Bon Temps Roulez” the sanctified “A Child Shall Lead” and a truly wonderful rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In,” this theatrical ensemble never fails to put smiles on faces and keep bodies moving on the dance floor.
Since 2007 Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution has been on a musical mission to make the world a more righteous place. The two main visionaries of this 12-piece explosion of love Brother Joscephus and his eccentric cohort, the Right Reverend Dean Dawg dip heavily into a gumbo rich with the powerful rhythms of New Orleans, old school funk ‘n’ soul, classic rock and a healthy dose of over-the-top revival meeting energy. BroJo combines all this with a message of righteousness, urging us towards acceptance and loving one another. When you combine the music and the message with a one-of-a-kind, high-energy stage spectacle, you got yourself one helluva revolution on your hands. This band puts the fun in ‘funk.’