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The Commodoresold school funk, motown, soul

Let It All Hang Out

True fact: If "Brick House" isn’t one of your favorite songs from the ‘70s, you’re lying to yourself about your love of funk. The Commodores fly into Isleta Resort & Casino Friday, Feb. 28. This 21-and-over show is perfect for fans of funk, or The Commodores and those looking to set the mood just right on a Friday night. You might find it "Easy" to get up and dance with some of their old hits, but there are "No Tricks" about what to expect, giving you a "Natural High" from taking this rewind evening with some classics. To get "Hot On the Tracks" of some $30 to $50 tickets, check out the event at, and in no time, have a couple of great seats In "The Pocket," which is a "Rock Solid" feeling to have. (Dan Rayne Pennington)

Friday Feb 28, 2020

11000 Broadway Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87105


Phone: (505) 244-8191

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Isleta Resort & Casino presents The Commodores on Friday, February 28, 2020 at 8pm!

Get your tickets now to hear all of your favorite songs LIVE in the Isleta Showroom. This is a 21 and over event and tickets start at $30.

A link will automatically be distributed via text or e-mail for all online purchases to download tickets 48 hours prior to the show.

See also: Show Up!

Friday Part I

Back in the mid to late 1970s, R&B and funk masters The Commodores, then led by some cool cat named Lionel Richie, broke out into the wider pop music of American audiences on the strength of tunes like “Brick House” and “Three Times a Lady.” In many ways, their ascent marked the first sign that rock and roll was about to be overtaken (forever) by the same forces driving hip-hop nation. Music made by African Americans has always been an important source for our national brand of music; the Commodores made sure that America knew where that place in space was. The core trio of the band, Walter "Clyde" Orange, James Dean "J.D." Nicholas, and William "Wak" King, are still on tour and will perform live at The Showroom at Isleta Casino (11000 Broadway Blvd. SE) on Friday, Feb. 28. Thank God it’s Friday! 8pm • $30 to $50 • 21+.

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