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The Revolution

The Revolution

Dec 30th 2018 @ House of Blues

Houston, Texas
I Was There
About The Revolution
Genres:
Funk, R&B, soul, Rock, Rockn Roll
Band Members:
Bobby Z. - drums & percussion, Matt Fink - keyboards, Lisa Coleman - keyboards and piano, Brown Mark - bass guitar, Wendy Melvoin - guitar
Hometown:
USA

The Revolution is an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979 by Prince.

The Revolution rose to international fame in the mid 1980s with Purple Rain, ...
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Sunday, December 30th, 2018
7:00 PM
House of Blues
1204 Caroline St, Houston, Texas 77002
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About The Revolution
Genres:
Funk, R&B, soul, Rock, Rockn Roll
Band Members:
Bobby Z. - drums & percussion, Matt Fink - keyboards, Lisa Coleman - keyboards and piano, Brown Mark - bass guitar, Wendy Melvoin - guitar
Hometown:
USA

The Revolution is an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1979 by Prince.

The Revolution rose to international fame in the mid 1980s with Purple Rain, ...
Read More
Fan Live Reviews
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January 1st 2019
Extremely good show. They kept things fast paced and got the crowd amped up from the first few notes. Everything was paced well. Great singing from BrownMark, Wendy, and Stokley Williams (from Mint Condition). Excellent playing by the whole band. This was a great night. Everybody was excited and there was a really positive vibes throughout. Obviously everyone there was a Prince fan, and the band was respectful of him and the songs and the crowd. The band is known for being Prince's backing band in the 80s but they are so tight and such good musicians that they are great to see and we all respect them and are fans of them on their own too. A good mix of hits and deep cuts. They even played "All Day, All Night" which was never officially released by them (a version was released by Jill Jones in the late 80's.) They also played a funky instrumental that I wasn't familiar with. Was it something new? Either way, it was awesome! At one point they had two little kids come out and play with then on "Let's Work." Whoever these kids are, they will be stars in the future! The boy playing the bass was seriously getting DOWN! They were both very talented! One word of advice; if you're going to see them, get there early. The line was around the block. I'm honestly surprised that that many people fit in the House of Blues. Whether you're a Prince fan, or just a fan of awesome music and want to see a great band, I would give The Revolution my highest recommendation. You'll have fun and dance your a$$ off. No joke.