The Soul Rebels In Concert Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club was home to a night of New Orleans soul and funk when The Soul Rebels took the stage for a performance originally webcast live on NPR Music Feb. 23.
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The Soul Rebels In Concert

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The Soul Rebels In Concert

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The Soul Rebels In Concert

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It's hard to overstate the infectious energy and thrill of a live performance by the New Orleans band The Soul Rebels. The group leads audiences on an unpredictable, brass-fueled march through the worlds of hip-hop, soul and funk, as they're fused with rock and, of course, New Orleans jazz.

The intensity reached a fever pitch when The Soul Rebels visited Washington, D.C.'s 9:30 Club for a night of live music and dance, originally webcast live on NPR Music Feb. 23.