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Basic Truth R&B Band
March 13 @ 8:30 pm
Dance and relax at the Basic Truth concert! Grab a bite to eat too.
Basic Truth returns to Silverton Café Live Music lineup, for the first time in two months. Describing itself as, “Where the Elite Meet to Eat”, Silverton Café is a neighborhood restaurant and bar that features live music in a variety of styles. Basic Truth brings its true old-school R&B, soul and funk back to the club once again. Come on out, and be in the house for the return of the Basic Truth old-school party. It’s gonna be so cool at Silverton Café! For more information on Silverton Café, call 513-791-2922 or go online.
The concert is free and open to the public and begins at 9 p.m. Come on out, and be in the house, as Basic Truth brings its true old-school R&B, soul, and funk to the club once again.
About Basic Truth
Basic Truth has the tagline, “True Old-School R&B, Soul and Funk,” because that’s what Basic Truth is and does as a band. Basic Truth’s sound is the sound of the late-’60s to early-’90s R&B radio. Many songs that are considered “old-school” today actually were sampled from true old-school songs like the ones that Basic Truth plays. Basic Truth is true old-school R&B, soul and funk, and Basic Truth plays true old-school R&B, soul and funk.
Basic Truth has performed at some of Greater Cincinnati’s biggest annual events, such as the Cincinnati Juneteenth Festival, the Festival In Sycamore, and the 5th – 8th Annual Bengals Bash Rallies. Also, they have performed at various private functions and fundraising events, including the Greater Cincinnati Urban League Gala. Since 1998, several of Cincinnati’s best old-school R&B/funk musicians and vocalists have performed with Basic Truth.
With its current line-up of C.C. (lead and background vocals), MarTinez Butts (guitar, keyboard, background, and lead vocals), Bill Dandridge (bass, keyboard, background, and lead vocals), Wes Dandridge (drums), and Steve Thomas (keyboard, sax, background, and lead vocals), Basic Truth continues to play the old-school R&B, soul and funk jams that Cincinnati loves to dance to.