Tonight’s concert picks: XPN Welcomes Michael Kiwanuka to World Cafe Live, Eternal Summers at Milkboy Philly, Langhorne Slim and Bootsy Collins

WXPN welcomes British soul singer and songwriter Michael Kiwanuka to World Cafe Live. Kiwanuka is WXPN’s current Artist to Watch this month. The show begins at 8PM and tickets are $15.00. Listen to Michael’s session with David Dye on World Cafe here

Eternal Summers at Milkboy Philly with Bedroom Problems and CATNAPS opening; the 21+ show is $10, pick up tickets here. Download a new song from Eternal Summers here.

Langhorne Slim performs at Union Transfer, 9PM, $15

Funk legend Bootsy Collins performs at the Keswick Theatre 8 PM, tickets are $33.50-49.50


Ahh…The Name Is Bootsy, Baby! and he’s playing the Keswick Theatre on June 25th

Legendary bassist Bootsy Collins just released a new album called The Funk Capitol Of The World featuring guest appearances from Bobby Womack, Ron Carter, Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, Ice Cube, Bela Fleck, and even Reverend Al Sharpton. Collins, who played bass with James Brown before becoming a member of Parliament-Funkadelic, is currently on a world tour which brings him to the Keswick Theatre on Saturday, June 25th. Tickets to the show are $36, $43, and $50.50. Below, a video of the 18-year-old Collins performing with James Brown and a video of Bootsy performing “The Name Is Bootsy.”