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FUNKNational United Front of Kampuchea (Cambodia)
FUNKFor Using New Knowledge (George Clinton)
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Normally listened to as I rattle the pots and pans on a Saturday evening, it was a rare treat to see the man himself delve into a trunk of funk.
Graham, who nominated Funk for the recognition, will serve as master of ceremonies at the Clydesdale Breeders' annual banquet in Shipshewana, Indiana, where Funk and two other inductees will be acknowledged.
People in the jazz world often get accused of taking themselves too seriously, so we thought we'd play up to the funk stereotype and have a laugh.
Funk has relied on a contract brewery in Chicago called Great Central Brewing to boost its beer production and expand into new territories.
Upstairs will be the Funk Soul Social, with DJs Paul Coates and Simon Mansell playing classics from the jazz funk and soul scene, including artists like Al Hudson and George Benson Downstairs, expect dynamite decor, glitter makeup and "bangers from the classic to the future" at Disco Paradiso, with "Masters of the Boogie" Liam Dunning and Stephen Day blasting out cool dancefloor classics.
A reasonable jury could find that Trent's harassment was "because of" Funk's sex, as required by Title VII.
Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson have been sued for their hit single Uptown Funk.
Just recently, a female rap trio named The Sequence claimed that the song was too similar to their single "Funk You Up" that was released in 1979, (http://www.tmz.com/2017/12/29/bruno-mars-mark-ronson-sued-uptown-funk/) TMZ reported.
Uptown Funk now operates across the UK and Europe - with a Dublin service in the pipeline for next year.
Funk plans to resign as its chief financial officer with effect from 30 June 2017.