CEG Presents

A Phish After-Party Elton Jawn: Philly Phunk x Elton Dance Party Ft. Neal “Fro” Evans (Dopapod), Jeremy Kaplan (Dogs in a Pile), Felix Pastorius, and The Knotty G's


Jul 30 Sun
A Phish After-Party Elton Jawn: Philly Phunk x Elton Dance Party Ft. Neal “Fro” Evans (Dopapod), Jeremy Kaplan (Dogs in a Pile), Felix Pastorius, and The Knotty G's11:55 PM
30 West 26th Street, New York, NY

This is an After Party for Phish at MSG 


$1 Per Ticket Sold is donated to the WaterWheel Foundation for all Phish After-Party shows

11:30pm Doors
12:30am show

The Knotty G's, the husband and wife, Soul-Soaked Americana powerhouse, will be joined by Felix Pastorius, Neal "Fro" Evans (Dopapod), and Jeremy Kaplan (Dogs in a Pile) to bring you a hearty helping of Elton John bangers with some certified Gritty Philly Phunk. To put it bluntly: it's in your best interest to come rage wit'


The Boston born, now generally Northeast based, but ever on-the-go Dopapod has come a long way from their college basement, DIY party roots. While maintaining to be as grassroots as their humble beginnings, the group has earned praise from taste making critics like Rolling Stone, Huffington Post, Jambase, Relix, and The Boston Herald, all the while tending to their ever expanding community of devoted listeners. The past 4 years have individually held the weight of about 150 shows, which have included numerous festival appearances like Bonnaroo, Wakarusa, Summer Camp, Electric Forest, Camp Bisco, Peach Fest, & Gathering Of the Vibes. All of this time on stage with each other has given the band the opportunity to explore the wide variety of influences that has impacted them to be the players they are today. But, don’t be quick to think that the no holds barred experimentation is unguided. While the brush in their hand uses every color, it’s the stroke on the canvas that gives Dopapod a distinct voice in the way of crafty songwriting.

That calculated, compositional mindset and restless nature to never sit too still is what has allowed Dopapod to fully realize their fourth studio release, Never Odd Or Even. Guitarist/vocalist Rob Compa giddily tells, “We really felt that the material this time around represented a big leap forward, not just in the way we’ve been interacting as a band, but in the way our focus has become sharper in paying attention to things like melody, theme, lyrical imagery, and structure – all the elements that make a great song.”

Determined to have that maturity translate in the studio, the band enlisted friend and producer Jason “Jocko” Randall to both engineer and produce the record. Keys/vocalist Eli Winderman couldn’t be happier about how things went. “We lived at his studio for about a month for these sessions and it just clicked right away. Jocko immediately became another member of band in many ways. With his attitude and approach to the recording process, we were able to really dial in the sounds we wanted, get those perfect takes we were aiming for, and have a blast the whole way through.” Released in November of 2014, Never Odd Or Even serves as the spark that the band has ignited to launch them into and exciting 2015.