Sugarhill Gang - 40th Anniversary Tour

Smooth 105.7 & Gas Monkey Live! Presents

Sugarhill Gang - 40th Anniversary Tour

The Furious 5, The Bodega Brovas, Cure for Paranoia

Fri Aug 30

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Gas Monkey Live!

$5.00 - $500.00

This event is all ages

$10 Early Bird Tickets available until 6/7

$25 ADV / $30 DOS / $40 VIP / $175 TABLES / $500 CABANAS

Sugarhill Gang
Sugarhill Gang
An early American hip hop trio. It was initially comprised of Wonder Mike, Big Bank Hank, and Master Gee. However, Kory-O later joined the group and as Master Gee's replacement. A few years later after multiple line-up changes, Big Bank Hank performed under the name the Original Sugarhill Gang with newer members Joey Robinson Jr., David Gunthorpe, Kent Laird aka Pookie, Frank Zarate, Warren Moore (4) and Derek Smalls portraying as Wonder Mike & Master Gee while as for the other two original members Michael Wright and Guy O'Brien performed under Rapper's Delight with new member Hendogg. After years of legal disputes Wonder Mike, Hendogg and Master Gee are currently performing under name Sugarhill Gang.
The Furious 5
The Furious 5
On records, The Furious Five, not billed as a combo with Grandmaster Flash or Grandmaster Melle Mel, usually refers only to the group's five original MCs—Cowboy, Kid Creole, Melle Mel, Mr. Ness a.k.a. Scorpio (3), and Rahiem—or the four surviving members after Cowboy died in 1989. However, such as on many editions of the "Step Off" single, The Furious Five is sometimes an alias of Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five, a group which included only three of the five original MCs.

So generally, for releases billing The Furious Five as a combo with Grandmaster Flash, see Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, and for releases billing The Furious Five as a combo with Melle Mel, see Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five. For most releases of "White Lines (Don't Do It)", see Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel.

There is also The Younger Generation, an alias of The Furious Five's original lineup, ostensibly with Grandmaster Flash, for one of the group's first releases in 1979.
Cure for Paranoia
Cure for Paranoia
The soul-infused hip-hop outfit has become the new face of the storied Dallas neighborhood. Now the band is taking Deep Ellum worldwide.
Venue Information:
Gas Monkey Live!
10110 Technology Blvd
Dallas, TX, 75220
http://gasmonkeybarngrill.com