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[Recommended] Funky Christmas!, The Majestic Theater, Dec. 17, 8:30pm

Funky Christmas! Featuring the Clyde Stubblefield Band with special guests The Mustache and DJ Jeremy Thomas, The Majestic Theater, Dec. 17, 8:30 pm, $10 The Music If your looking for a great way to get down this Friday look no further than the Majestic's Funky Christmas.  You know with Clyde Stubblefield, you're sure to get the best funk.  Clyde worked with the legendary James Brown and was featured on tracks like "Cold Sweat", "There Was a Time", "I Got The Feelin", "Say it Loud- I'm Black and I'm Proud", "Ain't it Funky Now" and "Mother Popcorn".  Stubblefield has been dubbed "the world's most sampled drummer" and a pair of his drumsticks are in the Cleveland, Ohio Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  Here is a small taste of Clyde's amazing skills. Clyde and his band will be headlining the Majestic stage playing some funk and soul classics with, of course, a Christmas twist. Joining the Clyde Stubblefield Band will be funky Madison locals, The Mustache and DJ Jeremy Thomas will be spinning some more soul and hip-hop.  Other Goodies To get everyone in the Holiday spirit even more, there will be an ugly Christmas Sweater contest at midnight.  So dig into grandma's closet and find that light up sweater with puff balls that tells the story of "The Night Before Christmas". What else can you look forward to?  The whole majestic theater will be covered in all kinds of Christmas decorations including a huge Christmas tree!  And if you're 21 or older make sure you ask about the Christmas themed drink specials. Save some money and get into the spirit of giving all at once.  If you bring a donation for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Southern Wisconsin you can save $2 on your ticket price.  Click this link to see the most needed items. We hope to see you there getting into the Christmas spirit and dancing the night away!

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