Holidelic feat. Everett Bradley
“A flashy, bass-heavy retro-futuristic take on the holidays.” The New Yorker
“A holiday funk-tacular.” Time Out New York
This is holiday spirit like you’ve never seen it before. Holidelic blends the influences of P-Funk, Sly Stone and other 1970’s and ’80’s funk and soul bands into clever, humorous original songs that explore the holidays, modern culture and mild family dysfunction while celebrating diversity and individuality in a playful, loving, humorous performance for all races, creeds and lifestyles.
“Original songs that celebrate diversity.” OUT.com
Holidelic’s fresh, wide-eyed look at the holiday season has rejuvenated thousands of bah-humbug spirits through its focus on the spirit of love, joy and giving. As the standard, Norman Rockwell-ish version of the holiday season has passed from one generation to the next like a stale fruitcake, it has lost a lot of relevance for many… and as the ubiquitous, canned music oozes from nearly every storefront from late November’s Black Friday celebration of commercialism ’til Christmas day, it is harder and harder to get people enthusiastic for yet another round of Jingle Bells, White Christmas and The Little Drummer Boy. People want to celebrate! People want holiday cheer! People want to shake their booties! Holidelic is the guaranteed antidote to the sameness of traditional holiday programming, and an opportunity for parents and kids of all ages to cut loose to an infectious groove, sing and laugh together in celebration.