New Jersey Street Change Parliament Funkadelic Way Name

New Jersey Street Renamed Parliament Funkadelic Way

5 blocks of a road in Plainfield, New Jersey have been renamed Parliament Funkadelic Way, after George Clinton’s iconic funk music collective. (The band initially shaped within the late ’50s in Plainfield as doo-wop group the Parliaments.) A P-Funk-themed mural can be coming to town’s practice station and, in keeping with Asbury Park Press, the Cleveland Avenue arts district shall be renamed for Clinton and P-Funk.

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Clinton, in the meantime, was honored in Plainfield and Newark as a part of an eightieth birthday celebration. “I respect this a lot,” stated Clinton previous to the renaming. “I need you to know there have been lots of people in Parliament making this music with this factor right here. The band was from Plainfield and we made the music in Silk Palace and this group was on 2nd Street. We’re right here with P-Funk and we stand right here virtually 50 years later.” Try all the images from the ceremony here.

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