The Gulf Coast will be in a holiday limbo in the days between Christmas and New Year’s Eve. In order to keep the party vibe going, Flow Tribe is traveling from NoLa to provide an evening of jams at one of the Eastern Shore’s most popular watering holes. The six-piece group of talented Crescent City musicians has crafted a festive hybrid of genres and a matching stage show that has earned them a legion of dedicated fans.
The Plow crowd can expect to fall into a sonic spiral of funk, soul, zydeco and whatever else they feel like mingling into their set. Flow Tribe will be performing in support of their latest release, “Alligator White.” The album is filled with irresistible brass-infused grooves. Flow Tribe also throws in some Latin flair on “Alligator White” with songs such as “Ooh Yea.” The album concludes with the versatile “Won’t Be Long,” which Flow Tribe uses to stretch their rock muscles.
Date: Saturday, Dec. 27, 10 p.m.
Venue: Plow, 96 Plantation Pointe, Fairhope, 251-410-7569
Tickets: $10 at the door
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