A funk phenomenon of the purest kind, Larry Graham earned his reputation as a bassist and singer with Sly & The Family Stone. His picking and strumming technique on the bass guitar defined the funk sound of the seventies. In the decades that followed, Graham would push this infectious groove further as front man of Graham Central Station. He played with Prince in the 1990s and in the new millennium. Now he is back with all his hits as well as material for his new album that is due for release in September. The new lineup of Graham Central Station comprises musicians who have shared the stage with George Clinton, The Rolling Stones, Santana, James Brown, The Four Tops and others. Expect a funk fest with pumping bass and driving drums: dance to the music!