Lubriphonic return to Telluride to perform at The Llama, 3/13

Lubriphonic return to Telluride to perform at The Llama, 3/13

It's Lubriphonic, like supersonic, a hard-hitting fusion project with a reputation for serving up a rhythmic mix of funk, hard soul and rock, just the ticket for a Saturday night danceathon like the one about to happen Saturday, March 13, at Telluride's The Llama.

Lubriphonic is a Telluride regular. The group was last seen at the Telluride Blues & Brews Festival in September 2009. They have also performed at The Bubble Lounge and Fly Me To The Moon Saloon. Lubriphonic emerged out of sessions at Chicago's famed Checkerboard Lounge, where guitarist Giles Corey and drummer Rick King cut their teeth. Band members are steeped in the blues rock tradition with members having shared the stage with legends such as Bo Diddley, Buddy Miles, Koko Taylor and Otis Rush. On their own, the musicians have either recorded or performed with such legendary artists as The Ohio Players, Liquid Soul, Ramsey Lewis, Otis Rush, Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor and many more, fusing their talents and experience as side-men  to create their soulful, unique, and exciting venture.

Lubriphonic’s latest releases, Soul Solution and Lubriphonic Live, were featured in Jambase, Hittin’ The Note, and Relix Magazine, where the band was picked as an “On The Verge” artist.  While on tour, the band will also be recording tracks for it’s next release, The Gig Is On.

Lupbriphonic is a shape shifter, one minute playing a Grateful Dead tail shaker such as "Don't Go," and next, winking at The Stones with a ballad like "Survivors."

The band's Myspace tag puts it best: "Horny Rock 'n' Roll and Hard Soul."

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