George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic’s LAST TOUR EVER!
plus Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf and special guests.
Recording both as Parliament and Funkadelic, George Clinton revolutionized R&B
during the ’70s, twisting soul music into funk by adding influences from several late-’60s
acid heroes: Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, and Sly Stone.
The Parliament/Funkadelicmachine ruled black music during the ’70s, capturing over 40
R&B hit singles (including three number ones) and recording three platinum albums.
Born in Kannapolis, NC, on July 22, 1941, Clinton became interested in doo wop while
living in New Jersey during the early ’50s. . Basing his group on Frankie Lymon & the
Teenagers, Clinton formed The Parliaments in 1955, rehearsing in the back room of a
Plainfield barbershop where he straightened hair. The Parliaments released only two
singles during the next ten years, but frequent trips to Detroit during the mid-’60s –
where Clinton began working as a songwriter and producer – eventually paid off their
On February 16th, 2012 George Clinton added to his list of accomplishments a
Honorary Doctorate of Music from the renowed Berklee College of Music.
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