The Digital Breakdown Announces Calvin Simons Newest Release

Posted on November 19, 2016 by Maddy Agers in Music, Music News Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer Releases Solo Album Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member and one of the original founding members of the funk, soul group Parliament Funkadelic, Calvin Simon, releases his latest solo Gospel album, It’s Not Too Late. The project was produced by… Read more: The Digital Breakdown Announces Calvin Simons Newest Release

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Member, Calvin Simon, Releases New Gospel Album “It’s Not Too Late”

Nov. 18, 2016 Bozeman Media released today…. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Member, Calvin Simon, Releases New Gospel Album “It’s Not Too Late” Tampa, Fla. (Nov. 18, 2016) —- Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member and one of the original founding members of the funk, soul group Parliament Funkadelic, Calvin Simon, releases his… Read more: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Member, Calvin Simon, Releases New Gospel Album “It’s Not Too Late”

Premier Guitar: Parliament Funkadelic: A Funk Guitar Roundtable

Parliament Funkadelic: A Funk Guitar Roundtable Tzvi Gluckin March 08, 2016 A group shot of the early Funkadelic ensemble circa 1970. Standing, left to right: Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskins, Lucius “Tawl” Ross, Bernie Worrell, Ramon “Tiki” Fulwood, Grady Thomas, George Clinton, Calvin Simon, Ray Davis. Seated: Eddie Hazel and Billy “Bass” Nelson (supine). Read the Article in… Read more: Premier Guitar: Parliament Funkadelic: A Funk Guitar Roundtable

PBS airs – Parliament Funkadelic – One Nation Under a Groove

Read about the Movie “One Nation Under a Groove” and get more of the story….. “In PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC, interviews with the original Parliaments—the late Ray Davis, Calvin Simon, Grady Thomas and Clarence “Fuzzy” Haskins—take place in a virtual barber shop…..”     It all began in Newark, New Jersey in the mid-1950s, when George Clinton… Read more: PBS airs – Parliament Funkadelic – One Nation Under a Groove

The Hatchet – Review of Original P

This article appeared in the September 3, 1998 issue of the Hatchet. Funkadelic Silver sequins, go-go boots and funkateers invaded The Bayou Sunday night in anticipation of The Original Parliament’s unmistakable funk. After all, it is funkadelic. What could be expected? Fuzzy Haskins, Grady Thomas, Calvin Simon and Ray Davis strutted in full costume, playing… Read more: The Hatchet – Review of Original P