Funk legend performs at Joint
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A musical innovator, George Clinton is known as the architect of funk music. From his popular 1970s bands Parliament and Funkadelic, to his show-stopping 2004 Grammy Awards performance alongside Outkast, Clinton has never tried to reinvent himself. Instead, he's stayed true to his roots as a master blender of funk, soul and R&B.
Las Vegas has a chance to see this living legend for one night at the Joint inside the Hard Rock hotel.
When: Saturday, Feb. 16, 2008
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Where: The Joint, 4455 Paradise Road, Las Vegas
Age limit: Not available
Event posted Feb. 2, 2008
Last updated Aug. 11, 2008
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