George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic

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Members of the audience react as George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic take the stage during the Mardi Gras Madness Tour at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass. on February 25, 2017. George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic have been performing with a rotating group of musicians since George Clinton combined two of his musical projects in the 1970’s. Photo by Brynne Quinlan.
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Michael “Clip” Payne, sometimes reffered to as “The Man in the Box” and a vocalist and keyboard player in George Clinton and Parliament-Funk since 1977, holds a microphone up to an amp during a show at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass. on February 25, 2017. Photo by Brynne Quinlan.
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George Clinton, the founder of George Clinton and Parliament Funk, performs onstage during the Mardi Gras Madness Tour at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass. on February 25, 2017. George Clinton merged two of his projects (Parliament and Funk) in the early 1970’s to form the current group. Photo by Brynne Quinlan.
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Members of the audience dance while George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic perform at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass. on February 25, 2017. George Clinton and the Parliament-Funkadelic have been performing with a rotating group of musicians since George Clinton combined two of his musical projects in the 1970’s. Photo by Brynne Quinlan.
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A member of The P-Funk Family, which refers to the large number of performers associated with George Clinton and Parliament Funk over time, pauses to thank the crowd during the Mardi Gras Madness Tour at the House of Blues in Boston, Mass. on February 25, 2017. Photo by Brynne Quinlan.
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