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Daptone Records Boogaloo Combo announces first UK Headline Tour in over a decade.


The Sugarman 3 are an organ driven soul machine. Originally formed by  tenor saxophonist & Daptone Records co-owner Neal Sugarman as a Boogaloo / Soul Jazz combo in the late 1990's, the band quickly defined it's sound as a break from the academics of typical soul-jazz by focusing on the soulful funk element of organ music.

"Sugar's Boogaloo" was the 1998 debut album by The Sugarman 3 on Desco Records. This was followed in 2000 with "Soul Donkey". After Neal Sugarman & Gabriel Roth formed Daptone Records in 2001, The Sugarman 3 released their next album "Pure Cane Sugar" in 2002. Aside from a few 45's with Lee Fields, The Sugarman 3 would not release another album until 2012's "What The World Needs Now".

The Sugarman 3 have worked with Charles Bradley, Lee Fields, Naomi Davis and Bernard "Pretty" Purdie.

**WORLDWIDE EXCLUSIVE** - Emil Carter from Mickey and the Soul Generation is flying in from Texas, USA to perform the music of arguably the definitive Deep Funk group. Emil Carter is the Vocalist/ Saxophonist with Mickey and the Soul Generation who existed between 1969-1977. DJ Shadow released a compilation of their entire catalogue in 2004 including "Iron Leg, " How Good is Good". "Get Down Brother", "Southern Fried Funk" and more. This will be Emil's first ever time in the UK.