Dressed to kill and with his recognizable and catchy music - ‘2% jazz, 98% funk’ - Maceo Parker will make everyone in the Staten Hall move their feet, that’s for sure. Because the saxophonist represents the better kind of funk. He became famous in the sixties and seventies as one of thé horn players (The JB’s) of James Brown, together with Pee Wee Ellis en Fred Wesley. The unmistakable sound of Maceo can be heard on the first big hits Papa’s Gotta’ Brand New Bag, Lickin’ Stick and Cold Sweat. ‘Maceo, I want you to blow your horn!’, James Brown yelled in those days. As a soloist Parker, born in North Carolina, is considered an example for many followers and every once in while a new record of the funkateer is released. His latest CD, School’s In, featuring Candy Dulfer, is one of the best funk albums Parker has ever made.