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Georgia Funkadelic band has the funk

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  Fall 2017 Roy Micah Carter, Ben Ganster, & Matthew ‘Georgia’ Frankic met while rehearsing for a one-off gig in December 2017. During this time frame, the three felt the wonderful vibe produced while together groovin’ AND hangin’. In December 2019, Roy decided to revamp his old band ‘Honey Roy Band’ with the use of his tight rhythm section of Ben & Georgia.   By late Summer 2020, Georgia set to organize & manage the recording of a 10-song album called ‘Georgia’s Pool Party’. Music videos for “How Much Funk?”, “Cream Feelin’”, “Greens & Beans”, and “She Knocked Me Down” are watchable via the YouTube. The Funkadellas brought a vocal power to the band’s live experience. Lindsey Pickens (Georgia’s lady-friend) and Cher’Rita Horne, Mickey Peaches was brought on board to play electric guitar on a new idea of Georgia’s for the Pool Party follow-up: ‘Georgia’s After Party’. The music would be simple: an instrumental groove album. Lucas Pate was an old friend of Georgia’s from various local bands, including Angle Rhodes.  Georgia had been writing songs for years. Some had been adapted with various bands he was in. In 2008 he had home-produced a solo-acoustic self-titled album called ‘Georgia Funkadelic’.                                                                                                                                    


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