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Bootsy Collins “Stars” MusiCares Challenge

"THE POWER OF THE ONE"

Bootsy Collins Single Release from his New Album "The Power Of The One"

Featuring, Guitars: George Benson
Keyboards: Brian Culbertson
Spacebass: Bootsy Collins
Live Drums & Percussion: Bootsy Collins
Live Horns: Brennan Johns
Lead Vocals: Bootsy Collins
Background Vocals: The Williams Singers & Bootsy Collins
Rap: Ouiwey Collins

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BOOTSY COLLINS

Funk Legend

Bootsy Collins is one of the all-time great funk and R&B bassists/singer/bandleader. From 1969 to 1971, the group functioned as James Brown’s backup band and was dubbed the J.B.’s. In 1972, Bootsy joined George Clinton’s Parliament/Funkadelic. Collins and Clinton soon established a lifelong personal and musical friendship. He launched Bootsy’s Rubber Band as a spinoff of P-Funk in 1976. Collins’ inspired, clever progressions and patterns were a vital part of such records as “Get Up, I Feel Like Being a Sex Machine.”
Bootsy Collins’ influence on popular culture is inescapable. His SOUND and LOOK are literally stitched into the fabric of modern music, be it R&B, Funk, Rock, Hip-Hop or E.D.M. Snoop Dogg, Outkast, Flea, Dr. Dre, Rick James, Prince, Daft Punk, Primus, and Thundercat—to just name a few— are all Brother-Natures’ disciples. Today, a whole new generation of music fans have embraced Bootsy’s legacy via Childish Gambino’ platinum hit “Red Bone”, a loving homage to Collin’s 70’s smash “I’d Rather be with You.”