is Plunky’s autobiography, the story of his life chronicled in his music, momentous events, pictures and his journals.
"bold-voiced and wise…a polyrhythmic excursion through the full range of black diasporic music, from avant-garde jazz to funk, from R&B to African percussion. – Brent Hayes Edwards, Professor, Dept. of English and the Center for Jazz Studies at Columbia University
“…imparts wisdom through music” – Pharaoh Sanders, Saxophonist
“Wow!…musical salvation” – Sheidia Badja, French music journalist & promoter
"…a blueprint for the next generations” – B. J. Brown, Exec. Director, Richmond Jazz Society
“… a history lesson: This is His-Story.” - Faunee, Washington, DC jazz radio host/producer
Final Porch Concert & Plunky's Birthday Bash (Sunday 7.19)
We will celebrate Plunky's birthday on the final Front Porch concert on Sunday, July 19th at 7:00PM. If you are in Richmond, join us on the 2200 Block of Rosewood Avenue, RVA 23220 (Don't forget your masks)
Live Stream Our Concert this Friday 7.17.20
Due to pandemic precautions we are not holding our annual Dogwood Dell show at the park this year. Instead, Plunky & Oneness will be live-streaming our Festival of the Arts concert this Friday (July 17th) at 7:00PM. Join us for our 40th anniversary show on Facebook Live on the Richmond VA Parks and Recreation Facebook page.