Sense Of Place Asheville: The Get Right Band : World Cafe The Asheville, N.C., music scene is more than just Americana; there's funk in those hills, too.
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Sense Of Place Asheville: The Get Right Band

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Sense Of Place Asheville: The Get Right Band

Sense Of Place Asheville: The Get Right Band

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Set List

  • "We Work All Day"
  • "Who's In Charge"
  • "Requiem For The Chemical Memory"
  • "Get Right"

The Asheville, N.C., music scene is more than just Americana. The city also has a healthy funk presence, represented by groups like The Get Right Band, a trio made up of Silas Durocher (guitar and vocals), Jesse Gentry (bass and vocals) and JC Mears (drums and percussion). The Get Right Band released its latest album, Bass Treble Angel Devil, in 2014. The group recently brought the energy of its live show to the studio for a session World Cafe recorded as part of our Sense Of Place trip to Asheville.

The Get Right Band "Get Right" Recorded live for World Cafe

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Episode Playlist