Gravity Feed fuses pop, rock and jazz for Twilight Tunes

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Dallas-Denton five piece Gravity Feed is pictured here performing at the Abbey Underground. The funk outfit fuses pop, rock and jazz.

Gravity Feed will put a little funk in Twilight Tunes on the Square tonight.

With a little love from the crowd, Gravity Feed might put a lot of funk in the weekly free concert.

The Dallas-Denton band is heavy on groove and cool on jazz sax hooks, cooking up melodies on the spot a la Phish, or Dave Matthews.

Spontaneity makes Gravity Feed unpredictable and energetic. Jam-band disciples will find a Twilight Tunes show tailor-made for them.

The vocals are reminiscent of Chicago, circa 1982 — cool, close harmonies set off by bright percussion and a guitar that fuses rock, pop and jazz.

A roster of sponsors funds the weekly summer concert series, which features bands from Denton and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Twilight Tunes concerts are from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. each Thursday through June on the lawn of the Courthouse on the Square. For more information, visit

Audience members are invited to bring blankets and lawn chairs, and are encouraged to buy dinner or dessert from downtown Denton restaurants.

Coming up on June 20: Fun Addix.

— Lucinda Breeding

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