On Sunday, following New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival2019’s final day, Dumpstaphunk made their way to Tipitina‘s for a special late-night performance. Up-and-coming guitar virtuoso Marcus King was the evening’s featured guest, joining the band for a series of covers and impressive improvisational exploration.Dumpstaphunk—comprised of Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, Tony Hall, Nick Daniels III, and Alvin Ford Jr.—opened up their show with a full-throttle double bass duel between Tony and Nick. Following approximately an hour of Dumpstaphunk’s firey-hot funk jams, the band invited up Marcus King for the remainder of their main set. With the addition of King, the funk warriors worked through “I’d Rather Be (Blind, Crippled and Crazy)”, a soul tune originally recorded in 1973 by O.V. Wright. Dumpstaphunk and King moved forward with choice covers, including B.B. King‘s “It’s My Own Fault”, the Allman Brothers Band‘s “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin’”, and a set-closing take on Led Zepplin‘s “Ramble On”.Watch pro-shot video of Dumpstaphunk’s Tipitina’s performance featuring special guest Marcus King below:Dumpstaphunk – Tipitina’s – 5/5/2019[Video: nugsnet]Next up for Dumpstaphunk is a performance at The Charleston Pour House in Charleston, SC on Thursday, May 23rd. A few weeks later, Dumpstaphunk will hit the road with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic as a featured support act on the band’s expansive One Nation Under A Groove farewell tour. For a full list of Dumpstaphunk’s upcoming tour dates and ticketing information, head to the band’s website.
In addition to New Jersey, the United States will play host to games in Los Angeles, Landover, Chicago, Charlotte, Santa Clara, Houston, Arlington, Kansas City and Foxborough. Cardiff, London, Stockholm, Singapore and Shanghai will serve as the venues for the Europe and Asia matches.Each team will play three matches and the club with the most points at the end of the tournament will lift the trophy. Games that end in draws go straight to penalties with the winners receiving two points and the losers one.For the first time in history, city rivals @realmadriden and @atletienglish will face off outside Europe, at #ICC2019 More details #ChampionsMeetHere https://t.co/j0sdb3fcLO— International Champions Cup (@IntChampionsCup) March 27, 20192019 International Champions Cup schedule:Roma v Chivas: July 17, ChicagoArsenal v Bayern Munich: July 18, Los AngelesManchester United v Inter: July 20, SingaporeArsenal v Roma: July 20, Charlotte, North CarolinaBenfica v Chivas: July 20, Santa Clara, CaliforniaBayern Munich v Real Madrid: July 21, HoustonJuventus v Tottenham: July 21, SingaporeReal Madrid v Arsenal: July 24, Landover, MarylandBayern Munich v AC Milan: July 24, Kansas CityChivas v Atletico Madrid: July 24, Arlington, TexasJuventus v Inter: July 24, ChinaRoma v Benfica: July 25, Harrison, New JerseyTottenham v Manchester United: July 25, ShanghaiReal Madrid v Atletico Madrid: July 26, East Rutherford, New JerseyAC Milan v Benfica: July 28, Foxborough, MassachusettsManchester United v AC Milan: Aug. 3, Cardiff, WalesTottenham v Inter: Aug. 3, LondonAtletico Madrid v Juventus: Aug. 10, Stockholm Joining the Madrid clubs in the seventh edition of the competition are reigning champions Tottenham, Manchester United, Arsenal, Roma, Juventus, AC Milan, Inter, Bayern Munich, Benfica and Chivas.Madrid’s clash against its city rival will take place July 26 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, while other eye-catching fixtures include Bayern vs. Milan, Tottenham vs. United and Juventus vs. Inter. The first Madrid derby to be played outside of Europe has been confirmed for this year’s International Champions Cup.Real Madrid vs. Atletico Madrid is one of 18 matches that will take place across North America, Europe and Asia in July and August.