Everett Bradley's HOLIDELIC | Holidelic

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by Everett Bradley's HOLIDELIC

An all original funk/Christmas album celebrating all shapes, sizes, colors and beliefs with an objective to spread love and shake your rump!
Genre: Holiday: Urban/R&B
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1. Holidelic Holidelic
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2. Nativitay Holidelic
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3. New York Sleigh Ride Holidelic
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4. The Only Gift For Me Holidelic
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5. Sugar Rump Fairies Holidelic
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6. Snowglobe Holidelic
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7. Frosty Holidelic
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8. Snowman's Lament Holidelic
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9. Santa Bring the Funk Holidelic
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10. Holiday Freaks Holidelic
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11. Jingle Tonight Holidelic
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12. Down the Hatch Holidelic
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13. Fro Ho Ho Holidelic
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14. Christmas Past Holidelic
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15. Do You Hear the Drummer Boy Holidelic
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Album Notes
HOLIDELIC- The alternative to the Rockettes.
Everett Bradley and his wacky funk band bring you his annual holiday funk-tacular, Holidelic! Holidelic blends the musical influences of P-Funk, Sly Stone and other 1970’s and ‘80’s funk and soul bands in original songs that celebrate diversity, mild familial seasonal dysfunction, individuality, and holiday booty shaking. Everett’s show was inspired by his rave reviewed holiday CD, TOY. This CD has 14 new original songs featuring duets with Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora, jazz trumpeter Chris Botti, and siren singer Ann Hampton Callaway. Since it’s inception, Everett’s sold out performances have featured a range of artists from Living Colour’s Vernon Reid, hip hop’s John Forte to pop chanteuse Lucy Woodward, dancing trombonist Jonathan Arons, and the legendary Celeste Holm; obviously celebrating one’s uniqueness and diversity with the power of the groove as his common denominator. As the songs and audiences grew, so did Everett’s contemporary wide eyed look at the holidays. Ev’s show eventually evolved into his infectious Holidelic! This year Holidelic is dropping it’s highly anticipated self titled debut album on Black Friday, and is scheduled for a full run at NYC’s legendary Joe’s Pub Dec 17-20. Visit www.holidelic.com. Tearin’ roofs off since 2002!


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Lara Davis

'Bout time
Everett Bradley made my Black Friday shine. The "smooth jazz" Christmas songs were already hitting the airwaves and making me queasy, and this was the antidote, in my mailbox, yesterday! I love funk and this band SO obviously loves the bands I loved *(but stirs it up 2010). Original, insane, silly/crazy, moving. I am THERE at Joe's Pub.

bernadette quigley

LOVE HOLIDELIC! Every single track! Everett Bradley has an amazing voice & his songs & production have so much heart, soul, humor & funky fun! What a great unique gift for the holidays!

Rosie Kessner

From Hall & Oates to Deck the Halls
Met Everett on his Hall & Oats tour last year. He wasn't kidding when he mentioned he had a big Christmas project coming. Haven't seen the live show, can't get to NYC then, boo hoo!), but the CD is cool. "One Christmas Under a Groove." Only one or two that didn't slay, I mean sleigh me. Ha ha ha.