Bosey Joe and Trunk of Funk

Trunk of Funk



On Sale Now


Thu, June 02, 2022






$20 GA Standing
(plus per ticket fee, directly supporting the Capitol Center/Bank of NH Stage)


Bank of NH Stage
16 S Main St, Concord, NH 03301


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The Bosey Joe experience is a deep dive into live indie electronic dance music, with experimental and improvisational tendencies. Drawing inspiration from producers like Caribou, Floating Points, and Fourtet, multi-instrumentalist and composer Aaron Jones holds down the groove, wrangling a dizzying array of analog drum machines, synthesizers, and samplers, while saxophonist Curtis Arnett charts a course through the stars with soaring sax melodies and live-looped textures. The duo perform works from their upcoming release, “Maintain”, honoring the life of a lost friend with an infectious blend of dance hall vibes and key moments of singer-songwriter honesty. It’s a musical journey unlike any other; a world to get lost in.

In the wake of the loss of a close friend, Bosey Joe frontman Aaron Jones was looking for a way to make the music matter. “My friend’s taking of his own life hit me really hard,” Jones said. “He was a vibrant, creative, loving person, and a musician. I saw my own reflection in him and it scared me. More than ever, this feels like a time where we all can use some light, and were we can benefit from knowing that help, support, and love are only an ask or a phone call away.”

With their new album, “Maintain”, and a run of shows through 2022, Bosey Joe is raising awareness and support for the Suicide Prevention Lifeline. They hope that by bringing people together to dance and make music we can celebrate the joy and beauty of the human experience, can illuminate the precious vibrancy of each up and down, each small moment. Proceeds from this show will go directly to support Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Trunk of Funk is a Concord, NH-based, 5-6 piece band. Playing originals, covers and everything in between. “Concord’s finest party band” -Rob Azevedo

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