George Clinton takes on the Catskill Chill Festival

George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic added to the Catskill Chill Festival line up.


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George Clinton 75th Birthday Bash in Amsterdam Live Today on

20:30 CET
2:30 pm EDT
11:30 am PDT

Peep 3 generations of Funk : Funkadelic featuring Ice Cube and Kendrick Lamar



The new Funkadelic record is out

It is avalaible online and will be out by year’s end in stores

Next week on thewebstore

for now, get it here



ORDER George Clinton’s Book

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George Clinton discusses his book in NYC @ Schomburg Center

George Clinton Interview on Good Day LA

George Clinton on Fox 11 Los Angeles with Steve Edwards & Lisa Breckenridge. “I was hard when I started, I’ll be hard when I get through!” Check out the rest of the interview here:

Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kinda Hard on You ?

The long-awaited memoir from one of the greatest bandleaders, hit makers, and most influential pop artists of our time—known for over forty R&B hit singles—George Clinton of Parliament-Funkadelic.

Street Date : October 21, 2014

George Clinton began his musical career in New Jersey, where his obsession with doo-wop and R&B led to a barbershop quartet—literally, as Clinton and his friends also styled hair in the local shop—the way kids often got their musical start in the ’50s. But how many kids like that ended up playing to tens of thousands of rabid fans alongside a diaper-clad guitarist? How many of them commissioned a spaceship and landed it onstage during concerts? How many put their stamp on four decades of pop music, from the mind-expanding sixties to the hip-hop-dominated nineties and beyond?

One of them. That’s how many.

How George Clinton got from barbershop quartet to funk music megastar is a story for the ages. As a high school student he traveled to New York City, where he absorbed all the trends in pop music, from traditional rhythm and blues to Motown, the Beatles, the Stones, and psychedelic rock, not to mention the formative funk of James Brown and Sly Stone. By the dawn of the seventies, he had emerged as the leader of a wildly creative musical movement composed mainly of two bands—Parliament and Funkadelic. And by the bicentennial, Clinton and his P-Funk empire were dominating the soul charts as well as the pop charts. He was an artistic visionary, visual icon, merry prankster, absurdist philosopher, and savvy businessmen, all rolled into one. He was like no one else in pop music, before or since.

Written with wit, humor, and candor, this memoir provides tremendous insight into America’s music industry as forever changed by Clinton’s massive talent. This is a story of a beloved global icon who dedicated himself to spreading the gospel of funk music.

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Watch The Mothership Get Reassembled For Its Museum Debut

The Mothership landed at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in 2011 after Kevin Strait, project historian for the museum, acquired it to anchor the museum’s inaugural “Musical Crossroads” exhibition. Under the direction of Bernie Walden, a former stage and lighting designer for Parliament-Funkadelic, the Mothership was recently reassembled and videotaped in all of its galactic glory.

Read more: Smithsonian Mothership

NPR Radio interview with George Clinton

National Public Radio Interview with George Clinton.

Main broadcasts are :
WNYC – New York City – 93.9 FM – Sunday March 16 at 6pm
KPCC – Los Angeles – 89.3 FM – Saturday March 15 at 3pm
WNJY – New Jersey – 89.3 FM – Sat March 15 at 10am, Sun March 16 at 6pm
WHYY- Philadelphia – 90.9 FM – Friday March 14 at 9pm
KUHF – Houston 88.7 FM – Thursday March 13 at 8pm
WFSU – Tallahassee 88.9 FM – Sunday March 16 at 9pm