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ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- R&B Funk band, ConFunkShun, announces the Love's Train Reboarded Tour (tour does not include Silk Sonic) inspired after attending the electrifying Silk Sonic performance in Las Vegas and the private meet and greet between the Artists. "Silk Sonic's amazing show and the heartfelt conversation created a synergy that ConFunkShun wants to share with fans as we celebrate the 40th anniversary of Love's Train," states ConFunkShun's founding member, Michael Cooper.

The appropriately named tour will kick off on Sunday, May 29, in Atlanta, GA, at the Mablehouse Amphitheater and continue throughout the summer. Currently, ConFunkShun has over 20 performances scheduled in cities across the country including, Columbus, OH, San Diego, Milwaukee, Louisville, Seattle, Portland, Las Vegas, Wichita, and many more.

The Silk Sonic remake of the classic love song, Love's Train, was a 1982 hit single for ConFunkShun propelling the To The Max album to gold status. The timeless classic, written by ConFunkShun's Michael Cooper and Felton Pilate, has been embraced by a new generation, currently charting at #1 on the music charts.  ConFunkShun gives their honest opinion with a special message to Silk Sonic during an exclusive interview with KAMDI Konversations. (https://youtu.be/uvh7cP_WXFA).



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ConFunkShun is a star-quality attraction that continues to deliver a superb, high-energy show with electrifying choreography, glistening six-part vocal harmonies, and a dash of humor. They are, unquestionably, among the heroes of Funk with romantic ballads and dance-party hits galore. They have charted four consecutive Gold and one Platinum album along with 20 hit singles including, eight Top Ten R&B Hits and one #1 R&B smash between '77-'86.  For more information on ConFunkShun or to request an interview, contact Tonya Hawley at 770.380.0053 or visit www.confunkshunusa.com.

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