Photos: Soulive Funked Brooklyn Bowl w. Robert Randolph, London Souls

Photos: Soulive Funked Brooklyn Bowl w. Robert Randolph, London Souls. Photos for NBC by Erica Camille.

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On March 5, Soulive wrapped the first half of their Brooklyn Bowl residency, a star-studded funkfest billed as Bowlive II (March 1-5, 8-12)—the sequel to their critically-lauded first residency in March of 2010. (Pictured: guest Robert Randolph, of the Family Band.) Photo by Erica Camille
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The real treat of Bowlive is the all-star lineup, with a different guest joining veteran soul groove outfit Soulive on stage every night: Matisyahu, Corey Glover, Van Hunt, Maceo Parker and John Scofield are on the Bowlive II bill, to name a few. Photo by Erica Camille
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Saturday’s special guest was pedal steel guitarist Robert Randolph, of Robert Randolph and the Family Band. Photo by Erica Camille
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Soulive's Eric Krasno. Photo by Erica Camille
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We miss Soulive drummer Alan Evans' trademark afro, but can't complain about his drumming chops. Photo by Erica Camille
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Soulive's Neal Evans played the Hammond B3, clavinet and more. Photo by Erica Camille
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Power-vocalist Nigel Hall is a new signee to Soulive's Royal Family Records, and is joining the band on the road. Photo by Erica Camille
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A veteran of the Portland, ME music scene, Hall has described himself as someone "who lives, eats, and drinks music." One of the night's highlights was his rendition of James Brown's “Bewildered" with guest vocalist Alecia Chakour. Photo by Erica Camille
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One of Nigel Hall's current projects is the band Chapter 2, featuring Soulive's Eric Krasno (pictured), plus Adam Deitch, and Louis Kato. Photo by Erica Camille
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Robert Randolph pulled out all the stops--here, he plays the pedal steel with a shotglass--picking up where he left off on Friday night. Photo by Erica Camille
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Yeah, he played the thing with his tongue, too. That's what Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child” calls for. Photo by Erica Camille
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Randolph wipes the funk-sweat off his face in-between songs. Photo by Erica Camille
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The London Souls opened the night, raising the ghost of Hendrix with their seriously tight funk rock, and later joining Soulive in their first set for the Chuck Berry tune “Lucille.” Pictured: Drummer Chris Saint. Photo by Erica Camille
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London Souls' Tash Neal adds to the massive sound on the song “She’s In Control.” Photo by Erica Camille
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London Souls bassist Kiyoshi Matsuyama. Photo by Erica Camille
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