Teacher, jamster and respected L.A. musician Lonnie Marshall knows how to throw a nice and nutty party. Just ask his cohorts from Fishbone, Trulio Disgracias and Red Hot Chili Peppers, with whom he’s shared the stage for some memorable bashes, mashes and groove-driven madness over the years.

Now the bassist (who teaches at Flea’s Silver Lake Conservatory of Music) has a regular Friday-eve happening, and the whole family can get funky with him.


The weekly event at the Hanglider Bar at Rosalind’s Ethiopian Cafe features a live band, open mic and plenty of rug-cutting and booty-bumping.

Big-time musical guests have been popping in to get the funk out with Marshall and the gang, too. Dinner is available and we advise reserving a table — you’ll need the energy to keep up with these self-proclaimed “Mega Nutts.” Call (323) 936-2486 for dinner reservations.

1044 S. Fairfax Ave., Little Ethiopia, Fri., Nov. 28, 10 p.m.-1 a.m. Free.

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