Billed as a show featuring the Boston purveyors of funk and the local jam band of choice, Addison Grove Project, featuring The Niche, will play at Milestones tonight.The Niche will kick off the show at 9 p.m. This local band will be promoting their first CD, “Building Up,” featuring songs about everything from urinal cakes to the pains of single life, but also expect classic covers of The Who, The Beatles and many more, all with their own unique Niche twist. Following in the footsteps of jam bands such as Phish and Project Object, The Niche claim to be for anyone who likes to party and is ready to see and hear the unexpected. More information on the band can be found at Addison Groove Project is a funk, fusion, exploratory rock group whose roots can be found in the funk area of the late 60s to the early 80s. This Boston-based band formed six years ago, and has evolved from a group of college student weekend warriors to a fixture of the Northeast music scene, consistently selling out shows wherever their relentless schedule takes them. While not presently promoting a new CD, AGP’s “Allophone” was their last full length studio album and is a precursor of the band’s style. Expect a unique and captivating show full of groove and jazz influences, mixing James Brown and The Grateful Dead to form a very unique sound.Milestones is located on 170 East Ave and the show is 18 and over. Tickets cost only $8 and can be purchased by calling (585-325-6490) or at the door.Allard can be reached at

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