Line-up /Paul Trouble Anderson, Russell Ruckman, Kevin Fernando, Curly Debs, The Analysir, DJ Hollie, Roy Rogers, Grantos Groover
For group booking enquires e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
All other enquires call or e-mail H Bar (Tuesday - Saturday)
email@example.com - 01273 725890.
H Bar, 16 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2FL.
Trains: Hove Station
Buses: Second Avenue, 2, 2A, 1, 1A, 5, 5A, 5B, 6, 24, 25, 49A, 49, 81, 81C, 71, 46, N25, 20X.
For more information visit Brighton & Hove Buses: www.buses.co.uk
Taxi’s: Brighton & Hove Streamline, 01273 202020 - www.streamlinetaxis.org
Soul Damn Funky first started life as a club event in Brighton and was the only party in town specialising in deep, soulful & credible funky house, U.S garage and everything in-between.
Every Friday night the funky soulful grooves were served up by Brighton house connoisseurs: Mick Fuller, Queen Josephine, Gary Eeks, Kate Wildblood, Mark Cooper, Mickey Cee, The Analysir, Curley Deb and Russell Ruckman and not forgetting the headliners which included DJ Romain, CJ Mackintosh, Paul Trouble Anderson and Sarah Favouritizm.
Following the success of Soul Damn Funky’s regular Friday night party they then took to the airwaves of Brighton on the city’s only dance music radio station Code South FM.
The Soul Damn Funky soulful specialists educated the people of Brighton every Sunday with a quality selection of upfront and classics deep, soulful, funky and gospel house, as well as regular competitions and interviews from some of the main players on the house scene including New York legend Victor Simonelli.
The Soul Damn Funky collective are always busy with gig’s, radio and regular podcasts, keep up to date with their movements by joining the Soul Damn Funky Facebook page, on there you can also find links to all our other sites and web pages.
Soul Damn Funky has an ever increasing collection of podcasts, from live gigs, previous radio shows and mixes from the collective that can be found on Podomatic and I-tunes.
And don’t forget to check out our channel on You Tube to listen to hard to find house classics that are nowhere else to be found online, plus rare recordings of live club and radio sets including Larry Levan at the Paradise Garage.