Cory Henry & Tank and the Bangas brought the funk to Brooklyn Bowl Nashville


Brooklyn-based musician and producer Cory Henry brought quite the hyperdynamic show to Nashville, TN this past Friday. Henry’s performance was a perfect blend of funk, gospel, and soul.  Accompanied by his band the Funk Apostles, Henry performed songs like “Switch” & “Don’t Forget” off of Something to Say, which was recently nominated for Best Progressive R&B Album at last year’s Grammys. The Funk Apostles represent an unshakable ensemble of talents that is clearly together to just have fun and that’s exactly how the set felt! Henry used his advanced skillset on the keys to truly drop jaws throughout the crowd. Before setting out as a solo act, Henry was a part of the grammy decorated jazz fusion band Snarky Puppy.

Cory Henry has teamed up with Tank & the Bangas on a co-headlining tour throughout the US. Tank & the Bangas are a New Orleans-based band that has gained tremendous national attention since their debut on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. Frontwoman Tarriona “Tank” Ball is a ball full of charismatic and captivating energy. That energy could be felt by any loyal concertgoer in the crowd. These two bands should be on everyone’s bucket list for shows to see this year, and you can check out their remaining tour dates at the link below.

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Photos by Casey Mabry.

Tour Dates can be found here.

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