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Lenny Kravitz Brings Funk-Centric Rock to the Wal-Mart Soundcheck Stage

Though a well-known industry veteran, Lenny Kravitz hasn't lost any of his performance energy, as demonstrated by his funky, retro performance at Wal-Mart's Soundcheck stage.

Following performances from Seether, Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes, and Jason Derulo, and The Gaslight Anthem, and Lee Brice, Wal-Mart Soundcheck has brought funk rock maestro Lenny Kravitz to its online stage. Though Kravitz was at his peak with mid-'00s hits like "Lady", he hasn't stopped bringing his retro brand of rock to the world. His latest album, Strut, exemplifies everything about Kravitz's classic rock stylings.

For his performance at Wal-Mart Soundcheck, Kravitz and his backup band bring a full-energy funk, providing those watching him online the next best thing to actually being present at a live concert. The performance highlights the best material on Strut, which was released just this week.

View a short teaser for Kravitz's performance below:


This performance is one of three episodes that will unfold over the coming weeks. Tune into Wal-Mart Soundcheck's online viewing room (at this link) on September 30th and October 7th for episodes two and three, respectively.

As if this performance wasn't enough, Wal-Mart Soundstage is offering viewers a chance to win a guitar signed by Kravitz. You can enter below for your chance to win this collectable instrument:

Win A Guitar Autographed By Lenny Kravitz

Follow the hashtags #LennyKravitzWMSC and #WMSoundcheck on social media for more from Lenny Kravitz and Wal-Mart Soundcheck.

For more performances from Wal-Mart Soundcheck, you can follow them on social media outlets using the handle @WMSoundcheck.

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