Live Music by Groove Spot

DIG IT. Groove Spot is the music that defined an era of dancing, partying, and wild nightlife. Groove Spot brings it all back: Loud, bassy funk, tight hooks, and lots of smooth moves.
 

Groove Spot on stage

 
Founded in March 1997, Groove Spot has performed to packed houses up and down the East Coast and is a fixture of the thriving Richmond club scene. Stripping down the classics to their "booty-shaking basics", Groove Spot combines flamboyant costumes, tongue-in-cheek antics, and pure energy with a powerful horn section and a 7-piece band.

 
These guys are a party band with the accoutrements to match. They leave a trail of sweaty, danced-out bodies after they perform. Their funk-laden disco cover songs make most parties jump. The afro-wigs, KC & the Sunshine Band covers and '70s getup ensure a laugh.

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Critically-acclaimed Groove Spot performs three shows a week on average, from clubs and frats to corporate parties and weddings. They have shared stages with a multitude of national artists including Fastball, Cracker, Firefall, 10,000 Maniacs, The Radiators, the Average White Band, Jefferson Starship, The Smithereens, Georgia Satellites, Toto, Tower of Power, K. C. and the Sunshine Band, Parliament Funkadelic and George Clinton, and more. Often sporting full period costumes, Groove Spot always gives you a high energy "Bootie Shakin'"!
 

Groove Spot on stage

 
Groove Spot is

Barbara Rybak: Lead Vocals
Chris Perkins: Lead Guitar
Greg Hill: Bass Guitar and Vocals
Thomas Young: Drums and Vocals
Steve Bider: Saxaphone and Vocals
Steve Demetriadis: Trombone
Chris Leitch: Keyboard, Trombone, and Vocals

 

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