First Posted: 9/16/2013 1:53:24 PM | Last Updated: 9/16/2013 4:39:14 PM
Mother’s Finest Set The Roof On Fire At Wild Bills
By Twomucht, Topix National News Editor,
Mother's Finest was on fire. This legendary Georgia grown funk, rock, and soul band has not lost any performance style points due to the aging process. Just like fine wine, this worldly known group are even better than they were in the 1980’s.
Mother’s Finest turned up the heat on Friday night. The crowd started to grow with anticipation and excitement for the homecoming of Mother’s Finest, especially after having to walk up to a mile away from Wild Bill's Bar & Grill, in Duluth , Ga., for a parking space. By the time they reached the front door the fans were all singing,' Baby Love', in unisome.
Laura Hill shared, "My grandmom used to listen to Mother's Finest, as she drove me to school. My granny is in Heaven now, but tonight I am at their concert. I know granny is smiling down on me tonight."
Fans realized it was a buzz in the air, due to something special about to happen, and knowing they were making Mother's Finest history.
They opened the show with some of their new songs which are part of their new project. Mother’s Finest is allowing their fans to become part of their new innovative way of making music, by allowing their loyal fans to participate and donate to their new CD.
Instead of major record labels keeping up to 65% of top music groups revenue, Mother's Finest is offering priceless items, and opportunities for their fans to become a music partner, and start their own record label.
A new fan of Mother’s Finest, OurTown National News Columnist, and founder of ,'The Collard Green Festival, Dr. Ankoanda, didn’t realize that rock music could make her feel so good.
"The highlight for me was meeting Wyzard backstage, and realizing that I had a connection to him from my cousin. Now I know that Mother’s Finest appeals to people of all races and creed. Their vegan lifestyle has made it easier for them to carry on this journey that they started over fourty years ago. Good Luck to them all", reveals Dr. Ankoanda.
Make sure to like Mother's Finest on FaceBook, and support their efforts to provide new music, as well as, sharing opportunities with their fans, instead of leaving money of their pimping record label's table.