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5 November, 2021Print

Everett Bradley’s Holidelic Returns!

Everett Bradley’s Holidelic Returns!

Holiday Performances Run December 10-31 @ The Lucille Lortel Theatre

“A flashy, bass-heavy retro-futuristic take on the holidays” - The New Yorker

“A holiday funk-tacular” - Time Out New York

“Original songs that celebrate diversity” - OUT.com

 

GRAMMY-nominated rock percussionist Everett Bradley (E Street Band, Bon Jovi) just announced the return of his beloved holiday funk revue Holideliccelebrating with a 12-show run at The Lucille Lortel Theatre in NYC from December 10 through 31. This is part of the theater’s holiday performance series Tinsel: A Global Holiday Celebration,running from December 6-31 and featuring effervescent live music, performance, and dance with leading artists from around the globe.

In Holidelic, Bradley plays the role of Papadelic, Funk’s Father Christmas, an amalgamation of George Clinton and Santa Claus, featuring holiday-themed funk songs written by Bradley and brought to life by an array of top shelf noise makers.

The show debuted in 2002 after Bradley released a holiday album called Toy. “After 9/11, I felt like we all needed to heal, and the way I was going to do that was by writing Christmas songs,” he explains. “Then I got the idea to combine two of my favorite things - Christmas and funk.” From the moment Bradley stepped onstage in a big furry white coat, sunglasses and 6-inch platform shoes, audiences went wild & have been selling out night after night ever since.

Tickets & more information here

Watch preview here

 

Everett Bradley’s Holidelic:

December 10 - 9:00 pm

December 11 - 9:00 pm

December 17 - 9:00 pm

December 18 - 9:00 pm

December 19 - 2:00 pm 

December 22 - 9:00 pm

December 23 - 9:00 pm

December 26 - 2:00 pm

December 29 - 9:00 pm

December 30 - 9:00 pm

December 31 - 10:30 pm

 

Photo Credit: Mikiodo

 

About Everett Bradley

Everett Bradley’s vocal, percussion and keyboard work have included playing with Bruce Springsteen’s famed E Street Band, touring with Bon Jovi and Hall & Oates, being Carly Simon’s musical director, and working with luminaries ranging from David BowieCyndi Lauper and Bobby McFerrin to renowned producers Snarky Puppy and Quincy Jones. Everett served as musical director and bandleader for NBC’s Meredith Vieira Show, for which he wrote the show’s theme song, as well. Spanning from multiple genres of music to theater and television, this GRAMMY-nominated force of nature has lent his unique blend of extraordinary talent, exuberance, and heart to every tour, session, Broadway show (Stomp, Swing, After Midnight) and TV program he has taken part in.

 

About The Lucille Lortel Theatre

The Lucille Lortel Theatre's mission is to sustain and advance Off-Broadway by creating awareness, appreciation, and encouraging the continued growth of Off-Broadway; assisting with theatrical infrastructure and capacity building; and developing educational programs fostering the next generation of theatre makers. The Theatre has numerous programs, including the NYC Public High School Playwriting Fellowship, Live at The Lortelpodcast, the Lucille Lortel Awards and Playwrights’ Sidewalk, the Internet Off-Broadway Database (IOBDB.com), Non-Profit Theatre Strategic and Management Services, Subsidized Theatre Space, and Fellowships in Theatre with Bennington College. For more information, please visit www.lortel.org.

 

For more information please contact:

Shannon Cosgrove (scosgrove@shorefire.com

or Rebecca Shapiro (rshapiro@shorefire.com)