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Hippodrome gets the feet moving and hips shaking

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Hippodrome gets people moving, May 27. photo by Richard AmeryHippodrome returned to get a good sized crowd at the Tongue N Groove dancing, May 27.

I caught a good chunk of their second set. The full 11-piece band started slow with Juran Greene crooning “Try A Little Tenderness” then slowly picked up the steam and built up to an energetic set of R and b and soul music.

The audience got dancing  to one Greene sent out to the ladies in the crowd. The Shawna Romolliwa took lead vocals on another.

 Greene got everyone on their feet with “Land of the Thousand Dances,” while the always charismatic and hilarious Erica Hunt prompted them to do some pretty funky moves including one called “the Pee Wee,” which she observed, she couldn’t get through without laughing.

— By Richard Amery. L.A. Beat Editor
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