119 Utah Street
San Francisco, California 94103

The FORT KNOX 5 Returns to San Francisco with a fresh musical treasure
FK5 joined by SF Debut of Whalefish (Super HiFi), The Brass Tax crew, DJs 8Ball, and Melyss
The show will raise money to support Sarah“Agent Red” Johnson.

WHEN: Friday, March 11 2011 – 10pm-4am
WHERE: Mighty, 119 Utah St @ 15th, San Francisco, CA

WHO: Fort Knox 5 (DJ Set) – (www.fortknoxrecordings.com) Whalefish (www.myspace.com/superhifirecordings.com), Liquid Stranger
SUPPORT: DJ 8Ball (the Space Cowboys), DJ Melyss (Nufunk Boutique), The BRASS TAX CREW

GENERAL INFO: www.sunsetpromotions.net
TICKETS: $10 advance available at www.sunsettickets.com
PRESS INFO: Kelly Edwards, [email protected]

BENEFIT INFORMATION: 100% of the profits of this event will go to aid the recovery of Sarah, “Agent Red” Johnson, an aerial artist injured in a fall during a recent performance. For more information, or to donate directly, please visit www.agentred.com/donate

DETAILS: When George Clinton said “The funk doesn’t just move it can also “Re-Move” he was alluding to the healing and unifying power that music can have on a community or an individual. On March 11, Susnet Promotions puts that idea into action with a benefit concert so funky that the moves themselves will be moved. Sarah “Agent Red” Johnson, who fell during an aerial performance at Sea of Dreams is battling six-figure hospital bills and a long recovery. To help ease her struggle, Sunset has assembled a crack team of funky dancefloor shakers from the across the nation, including DJ Jon H of America’s leading funky breaks production team FORT KNOX 5. Christ “Whalefish” Whaley, founder and director of seminal nufunk label Super HiFi will make his SF debut as well, joined on the main stage by 8Ball of the Space Cowboys, and Melyss of Opulent Temple. If that wasn’t funky enough, the infamous Brass Tax crew will hold court in the back room, shaking down whatever escapes the main room anarchy. It all adds up to a terrific night of music and dance to support a terrific person in an hour of need. Funk Heals.

Added by Mr. Intangible on February 25, 2011

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