Your chance to see the three musicians who single-handedly defined New Orleans funk and launched it into mainstream during
the late 1960s is coming your way! Founding members of the Meters, now known as The Metermen, once again take their unique
style to the stage. Move, shake and sway to the sounds of The Meters' hits. Get your concert
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Do the recordings Cissy Strut, Look a Py Py and Ease Back bring back memories for you? These songs all climbed to the Top
10 on the R&B charts for New Orleans funk band, The Meters. The Meters established a solid reputation in the music industry,
which drew attention from The Rolling Stones. They invited The Meters to join them as an opening act on their American and
European tour in 1976. Traversing over 75 dates together over the two tours, The Meters made a respected imprint in the music
industry. Want to see them perform live? Go to StubHub to check out their tour dates to see if they are headed to a venue
The Meters originally performed and recorded their own music from the late 1960s until 1977. The band played an inspirational
role as backing musicians for other greats, including Robert Palmer and Lee Dorsey. Today, founding members of New Orleans-based
The Meters, George Porter, Jr. and Ziggy "Zigaboo" Modeliste on drums and Leo Nocentelli on guitar, join with Page McConnell,
featured guest piano player, to tour as the Metermen. The four musicians form a charismatic union, producing a heavy and full
funk sound. If you're looking to catch The Meters live, you need to get online today and hop on StubHub. StubHub can point
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Formed in 1965, the original Meters band was comprised of keyboardist and vocalist Art Neville, drummer Joseph "Zigaboo"
Modeliste, guitarist Leo Nocentelli, and bassist George Porter Jr. After a few months playing under the name Art Neville &
The Sounds, the band was hired by renowned producers Allen Toussaint and Marshall Sehorn as the house band for the Sansu Enterprises
label. The Meters performed the majority of their backing work for this label.T he original Meters, which includes frontman
Neville, continue to perform live for various one-off concerts and festivals, such as the 2011 Outside Lands Music and Arts
Festival in San Francisco. To experience The Meters live in concert, make sure you stay tuned to StubHub for their next reunion
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