Freeflow will get the crowd moving next week at Nelson's Spiritbar.

Freeflow to play Nelson

Freeflow plays Nelson's Spiritbar with Vortex on Friday, April 27.

Who is Freeflow? For anyone who’s seen the band perform, the answer is simple: they’re an energetic band that brings people out of their seats with a compelling combination of songs with great hooks and great vocal harmonies.

A much greater challenge, however, is describing Freeflow’s sound, which features everything from soul and funk to reggae and rock. “We have five members in the band with very different musical tastes but lots of common ground,” said lead singer Jason Evans. “What we try to do is combine the music that feels the best to us. We can’t help but fuse elements.”

Freeflow plays Spiritbar with Vortex on Friday, April 27. Advance tickets are $10 and are available at the Music Store or the Hume Hotel.

 

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