with Nigel Hall

Saturday, April 10

Port City Music Hall

8:00 pm/ 21+

$18 Advanced / $20 Door / $36 VIP

Tickets available at and at all Bull Moose Records locations.

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PORTLAND — Not many bands can say they’ve recorded with Chaka Khan, Dave Matthews, Talib Kweli and John Scofield. Nor can many bands open for The Rolling Stones on one tour and have Stevie Wonder sit in with them on the next tour.

Soulive will be appearing at the Port City Music Hall, at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 10. The performance is for those 21 and over.

The musical relationships the band has developed, from the aforementioned artists to Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, Robert Randolph, Joshua Redman, Kenny Garrett, Fred Wesley, The Roots, Ivan Neville and so many others, speak volumes about both how versatile these talented musicians are. Jazz, hip-hop, rock, soul, funk, R & B, Blues – musically, there is not much the band hasn’t done.

In developing their own history, Soulive has been in the company of legends both new and old. In 2000, Bruce Lundvall signed the band to Blue Note Records and Soulive became part of recorded music’s greatest jazz legacy. Soulive joined the ranks of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Jimmy Smith, Wayne Shorter and Grant Green and was part of the niche label’s rise as Norah Jones captivated the nation. Six years later, Soulive would be the first band signed to the new incarnation of Stax Records, joining the incredible soul tradition built by the likes of Isaac Hayes, Sam and Dave, and Otis Redding.

The Port City Music Hall show features an opening set with soul singer and Royal Family Records labelmate Nigel Hall.

Tickets are $18  for advanced, $20 at the door and$36 for VIP. They may be purchased at and at all Bull Moose Records locations.