Hip Bones readies new release…many surprises for fans!
The Moose Lodge Sessions
Bad long before The Bad Plus, Hip Bones has been called “renegade jazz,” “psychedelic funk,” and “monsters of the mash-up.” It has been written, “These gentlemen push the boundaries of jazz…and get away with it!”
Hip Bones’ music combines funk and dub-flavored original instrumentals, along with spirited psychedelic covers from such diverse sources as Jimi Hendrix, The O’Jays, Sting, and Freddie Hubbard. Hip Bones has released three CDs, Threedom, 4, and now The Moose Lodge Sessions.
The new album is named for the former Moose Lodge, now a recording studio on Nashville’s outskirts, where Hip Bones recorded the first tracks and drank local moonshine with Grammy-winning engineer/producer Bil VornDick (Bela Fleck, Allison Krauss).