Kosmic Slop - A George Clinton/Parliament  Tribute Band 

God son of Billy Bass of Funkadelic - keeping the funk alive Louis Winfield Jr. was born and raised in Greensboro, NC. It was there he developed a deep love of music. By the time he was seven years old he learned to play "Tighten Up" by Archie Bell on the guitar. As he grew older his interest in music grew deeper which led him to learn and master other instruments - such as percussion. When Louis graduated from high school his dreams of being a musician grew more intense eventually landing him a spot in Tom Browns jazz band called "Jamaica Funk". From there Louis went on to perform internationally throughout Europe with his Godfather and Blues legend, Roy Roberts. Upon completion of the tour, Roberts took young Louis under his wing and gave him studio time which led to a one year tour where he met General Norman Johnson. Louis was then given an open invitation to join Johnson in the studio which furthered his education in producing/music business. However, Louis' career got a major boost when he played live with the Tams. Louis played alongside with their daughter, Tiny on her Grammy Award winning group - Xscape (whose songs include "Just Kicking It”). Today Louis Winfield Jr. is in high demand as his music is heard and played across Nashville, TN where he currently resides. 

Chicago Connect- A Tribute to Chicago

Originally  Known as Chicago Transit Authority in the late 1960's, Chicago came to be known as one of the preeminent Rock Bands of the 1970's with multiple top of the chart works that have been heard not only on radio and are still popular today, but also have been echoed in countless movies and TV ads. 

 Chicago Connect brigs back the golden years of Chicago, when led by the Late Terry Cath in the early 70's, the group was at the most memorable point in the bands career. 

The System

Available anywhere


 America's premier Bob Seger Tribute Band, has recreated Seger's classic 70's concert experience consisting of Bob's radio hits and fan faves.