Go-Go Symphony “Cranks” 9:30 Club as Trouble Funk Opener

The Go-Go Symphony “definitely cranked” when they opened for the legendary go-go band Trouble Funk at the 9:30 Club on January 17, 2014, wrote a major go-go blog DC Brand 99 in Jan. 18 article “Trouble Funk: The Timeless Treasure.”

This was the first positive review received by the Go-Go Symphony.  “I’m totally thrilled,” said composer/founder Liza Figueroa Kravinsky, “We’re getting posted on Facebook and Instagram from some of the celebrities that performed with us.  Nothing like genuine buzz.”

The performance also resulted in a Washington City Paper  interview of Kravinsky.  A commenter on the article who was at the show said he/she was “blown away.”

The event was a video release party for Trouble Funk’s new single “Hump Day.” Go-go bands Be’la Dona and Sugar Bear of EU will also perform that night. Guest stars include White Boy and James Funk of Rare Essence, Buggs of Junk Yard, and Big G of Backyard Band.
Doors open at 9 pm at the 9:30 Club, 815 V St. NW, Washington DC. Tickets are $20.

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