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     September 30

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Gaya Feldheim Schorr Quartet- Jazz

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www.gayafeldheimschorr.com
Gaya Feldheim Schorr is an Israeli-born jazz vocalist, who is embracing the sound and freedom of modern jazz while keeping the tradition esthetics and repertoire. Gaya has toured USA, Canada, Europe and Russia, And has performed with Sam Yahel, Mulgrew Miller, Yuval Cohen, Gilad Ronen, Haggai Cohen Milo and more. Her quartet has recently relocated from Tel Aviv to NY and is now performing at different venues around the city.

7-8pm: Pat & The Hats - Rock

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www.facebook.com/patandthehats/?fref=ts
Pat & the Hats are a heavy hitting pop-rock band based out of Boston. Their music and stage presence are contagious!

8-9pm: The 30th Street Blues Band - Blues

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www.myspace.com/30thstreetbluesband
We're a New York City-based blues band, and we play a mixture of traditional blues tunes and bluesy-rock songs. Claudia does vocals, Jack is on the drums, Joe plays lead guitar, Mark is on rhythm guitar, and Tony plays bass..

9-10pm: N.L.T- R&B - Reggae

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www.thebandnlt.wix.com/nltband
N.L.T. (Never Lose Touch) engages you with soulful classics & contemporary R&B, Reggae & Original hits. We will delight you as we deliver quality music that gets you up on the dance floor and soothes your soul. NLT is the right band for any memorable event.

10pm-12am: Kina Zoré - World

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www.kinazore.com
Recently featured on the BBC, and in the Christian Science Monitor, Kina Zoré is one of the hottest Afro-pop bands in Boston. Founded by Helder Tsinine, of Mozambique, the group delivers powerful African dance grooves at every show. This collective of Berklee (and NEC) graduates is also focused on social issues, preaching the importance of compassion, and action on behalf of those suffering from poverty, homelessness, and AIDS. Despite tackling such serious topics, Tsinine's music has an undeniably positive tone to it, proving that music made to move the world forward can still move people on the dance floor.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

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www.eburnee.com
One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
October 1

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2016/06/13185.jpg
www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-7pm: Liz Guarracino, Lizzy London, & Singha Hon Art Exhibit

6-7pm: Eve Blackwater & The Alligators - Alt. Folk

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www.eveblackwater.com/
Eve Blackwater fuses the grit Mississippi Delta blues with the sincerity of 1960's folk music and decadence of early nineties rock. Stories of the Brothers Grimm meld with the songs tresses life experiences in a steamy, sensual sound, with a surprising amount of humor and pure insanity. As stated in a review by KL Thomas, "she makes you want to Tonya Harding Taylor Swift.

7-9pm: New Pony - Blues / Funk / Roots

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www.reverbnation.com/newpony
Upon first hearing New Pony it's understandable that most assume the band is made up of a group of transplants from New Orleans. The way these guys can tear into some vintage New Orleans funk leaves little doubt that they've got some bayou water in their soul. But the truth is that New Pony is home-grown from Philadelphia not New Orleans. Still, the overall impression from listening to these guys will make you swear they grew up playing in the dark and greasy dive bars of the crescent city. Philly may be bookended by the Delaware and Schuykill rivers, but it's the big muddy Mississippi and the dark waters of the bayou that flows through the heart and soul of this band.

9-10pm: Reincarnation - Rock

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www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000058094930&fref=ts
From different parts in nyc. We all came together to spread nothing but love. Bringing back the old music. Rock and rollv

10pm-12am: Kakande - High Voltage - West African Melodies

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www.jumbierecords.com/kakande/
The balafon (xylophone) has electrified popular music in West Africa since the court of Emperor Sundiata Keita back in 1235. Lush vocals, flutes, sinewy guitars, cellos .

12-3:45am: DJ Fols from Nigeria

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www.hulkshare.com/DJ_FOLS
DJ FOLS is a DJ who has been around for a while and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. He specializes in all types of music from African tunes (Nigerian, Ghana, Coupe Decale, Soukous), to current hip-hop music to old school jams, reggae/dancehall, soca. These are just to name a few. He does it all – weddings, birthday parties, parades, baby showers, in-house parties and is definitely a regular on the club scene. As a professional DJ and also someone who grew up in a music-oriented household, he has perfected the art of assessing his crowd and selecting and belting out tunes that keep them on their feet until the “party done”.
October 2

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2016/06/13185.jpg
www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

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www.myspace.com/lureidangel
Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-11pm: The Shrine Big Band- Jazz

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www.myspace.com/573768892
The Shrine Big Band is a 15-piece big band, with three trumpets, three trombones, four saxes, flute, piano, guitar, bass, and drums. Come and experience the experimental and hard-swinging sounds every first Sunday of the month from 8pm-11pm!

11pm-12am: Thunder Body - Reggae / American Roots / Dub

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www.facebook.com/thunderbody/?fref=ts
Big analog soul & roots with horns & organs. We call it International Body Music, Medicine Hi-Fi, or Senzae. No scene scene. Seen?

12-3:45am: Crown Kings Reggae Sundays - Reggae Night

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www.facebook.com/CrownKingsNYC/
"Crown Kings Reggae Sundays" DJ Ceace *Dj Blue Steele *DJ Rio *Kimani
October 3

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: Electric Kif - Experimental

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www.facebook.com/Electrickif/?fref=ts
This Miami-based band has caught the attention of countless music lovers by capturing the energy of analog execution in the fusion of cosmic funk, rock, soul, and jazz.

9-10pm: Symone - Pop / Funk

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www.facebook.com/SymoneNow/?fref=ts
Symone is an up and coming disco/funk artist from Houston, Texas. Her love for music started at a very young age, as she was exposed to different genres and styles of music from her parents. She looks forward to people hearing what she’s been working on and getting to know her as an artist, as she plans on releasing new music and performing in the United State's East Coast this summer.

12-3:45am: DJ Natt from Japan

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www.soundcloud.com/djnatt
With 13 years experience, DJ Natt is a very famous and professional dj in Tokyo. He started his career in NY since 2015. He spins Hip Hop,RnB,Reggae,Dancehall,Soca,Latin,Naija,House and Electronic.
October 4

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2016/06/13185.jpg
www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Manu Sija from Argentina - Latin

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www.facebook.com/Manu-Sija-104007609650608/
Manu Sija is one of the best multi-instrumentalist and composer from Argentina. Studied Violin career in the Conservatory of Tucumán, and guitar in the school of music of the National University of Tucumán, His music is a blend of argentinean folk and world music with jazz concept . His has played and record with artists such as , Marta Gomez (Colombia), Carlos Vives (Colombia), Juan Falu (Argentina), Raul Carnota (Argentina), Divididos (Argentina), Quique Sinesi (Argentina).

7-8pm: Dennis Duffin & James Labrosse - Jazz

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www.jameslabrosse.com
Composer and guitarist James Labrosse leads a diverse group of musicians performing original music and music by Paco de Lucia, Vicente Amigo, and other greats. The powerful repertoire contains musical influences from Spain, Brazil and Latin America, Western Asia, and North America. Over the past few years, Labrosse has performed with renown names such as Antonio Serrano (former Paco de Lucia Group) and La Shica.

8-9pm: Stone White Elephants - Blues Rock / Psych Rock

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www.facebook.com/StoneWhiteElephants/?fref=ts
New York City based power trio.. Raw, crunchy, soulful, bluesy rock and roll. www.stonewhiteelephants.bandcamp.com/

12-3:45am: DJ Luc Sveth

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www.facebook.com/Luc-Sveth-560081497490666/?fref=ts&ref=br_tf
Luc Sveth is a DJ from south of France. He started the Djing with AIERschool 3 years ago. In 2015 he moved to New York. He spins Afro beat, Hip hop, Reggae, Dancehall, Funk, Rnb.
October 5

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Marcos Toledo Araujo Jazz Guitar Trio- Jazz

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www.soundcloud.com/marcos-toledo-758533994
"Marcos Toledo from México has been playing in NYC for a while now and has put together a trio which explores original compositions as well as some arrangements of the Great American Songbook."

7-9pm: Blues Showcase

9-10pm: Ricardo Abercrombie- R&B

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www.ricardoabercrombie.com
Ricardo Abercrombie is a singer/songwriter, whose music is thoroughly inspired by John Legend, with an eccentric twist, which makes it his own.

10pm-12am: Blues Showcase

12-3:45am: DJ Dakar

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www.soundcloud.com/dj-dakar-nyc
DJ Dakar is from the Pikine neighborhood of Dakar, Senegal, and now lives in Harlem, New York City. He got his start in the music business as an audio technician for radio and television in Dakar. He also DJ'd Dakar's late-night, hip-hop radio show "Hotmix" on WALF-FM. Now in New York, DJ Dakar's music is distinguished by his mixing of the latest hits in dance, hip-hop, Sengalese mbalax, reggae, Ivorian couper decaler, Congolese soukous, salsa, reggaeton and more.
October 6

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: JULPHAN TILAPORNPUTT - Jazz

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www.julphanmusic.com
​​Originally from Thailand, Jazz guitarist Julphan Tilapornputt studied guitar performance at the Berklee College of Music where he was recipient of a Music Writing and Composition scholarship. Currently, Julphan is pursing a Masters Degree in Jazz Studies at NYU's Steinhardt school. Julphan currently resides in New York City, and regularly leads performances of his jazz trio in Boston, New York and Thailand. Combining an intriguing mix of influences, Julphan's music features sophisticated guitar-centric compositions mixing classical elements and jazz improvisation. All of these things are on display on the trio's debut album, “Inspired,” released in 2012 in USA and Thailand, and reviewed on AllAboutJazz.com.

8-10pm: CIRCULAR TIME - Afro / World Blues

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www.circulartime.com
Drums: TONY LEWIS ... Bass: MARK PETERSON ... Piano: MARIO E. SPROUSE ... Guitarist: KWARTEI JONES-QUARTEY ... Tenor Sax: SLYVESTER SCOTT ... Vocalist Composer: BART DOUGLAS

10-11pm: Fractal Caravan - Funk Rock

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www.fractalcaravan.com
Fractal Caravan play funky, philosophical rock & roll. Edwin Quirk, Fabio Montenegro & David Cornejo are travelers from around the planet, voraciously absorbing the funkiest sounds they can find. They connected on craigslist for a last minute gig in Brooklyn in 2013, & began crafting their eclectic sound immediately. Inspired by The Clash, Bob Marley, Fela, & Jimi, they write modern rock songs to keep you thinking for yourself & dancing, preferably with others. Their debut album, Paradox Lust is available digitally everywhere.

12-3:45am: DJ Nenim from Nigeria

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www.djnenim.com
N3NiM is a DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer. After a successful djing career in Nigeria, maintaining residences at top clubs and venues, he moved to New York in 2014 to further his career. N3NiM's sets are usually geared towards organic music - Afrofunk, Afrobeat, Jazz, Funk & Soul. On Kalakuta Nights, he spins an eclectic mix of Afropop, Afrobeat, hiphop, reggae, house, Funk & Soul . N3NiM also hosts 2 radio shows and makes his own music.
October 7

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm:Eric Assmar from Brazil- Blues

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www.facebook.com/ericassmartrio
Despontando como um dos novos representantes da cena blueseira no Brasil, o jovem guitarrista, cantor e compositor baiano Eric Assmar traz, à frente de seu grupo Eric Assmar Trio, uma proposta musical inspirada nos “power trios” de blues/rock dos anos 60 e 70. Tendo realizado diversas apresentações em cidades como Salvador e São Paulo ao longo dos seus seis anos de existência, o grupo lançou em novembro de 2012 o seu primeiro álbum, Eric Assmar Trio. Trata-se de uma proposta audaciosa, inteiramente autoral, trazendo à tona a “crueza” e vigor nos improvisos que todo “power trio” deve ter.

7-8pm: Ubuntu - Reggae / Soul / Funk

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www.facebook.com/ubuntugroove/?fref=ts
Ubuntu is a Boston-based reggae/ world fusion band that aims to promote unity and positive vibes to all people. Come out and get your groove on!

8-9pm: Gotham Rockets: Rock / Soul

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www.facebook.com/gothamrockets/timeline
•Matt Langone - guitar/vocals •Danny Ray – sax •Scott Kitchen – bass •Mighty Joe Vincent - drums

9-10pm: Seeing Voices - Rock / Folk / Alternative

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www.seeingvoices.net
Seeing Voices has been writing and playing music in bars and clubs around NYC for many years and for some reason still seem to like it. They've hit all the usual suspects CBGB's, The Cat Club, The Bitter End, Kenny's Castaways, The Continental, The C Note, Don Hill's and countless others many of which have faded into the misty purgatory known as the NY real estate market. They have also played many notable outer boro spots such as the An Beal Bocht Cafe in the Bronx , the late lamented Freddy's in Brooklyn and have even ventured upstate on occasion.

10pm-12am: 6th Degree Music - Reggae / Afrobeat

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www.myspace.com/songsinthe6thdegree
SixthDegreeMusic is a versatile and devastating crew of dedicated musicians led by frontman Ryan "SixthDegree" Nava. SixthDegree first began assembling members for his collective in 2006 and has spent the last four years studying music full time in Boston while constantly playing shows throughout the North East. Bringing high energy and undeniably tight grooves to every stage they storm, SixthDegreeMusic has developed a unique stage show incorporating live dub, experimental blending of world music styles, raw hip hop lyrics and on-the-spot improvisation.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

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www.eburnee.com
One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
October 8

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2016/06/13185.jpg
www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: J-MUSIC Ensemble - Jazz

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www.jmusicband.com
The J-MUSIC Ensemble is an NYC-based, jazz-rooted instrumental band that is devoted to bringing new perspectives to modern Japanese music. This strikingly sonorous 8-piece band combines the elements of the electric guitar, keyboards, bass, and drums with a full horn section--saxophone, trumpet, and trombone--to deliver a full and powerful, yet dynamic, sound. Following in the jazz tradition, the horns do not play a background role in this instrumentation; instead, they are at the forefront and are put in the same role as leading singers.

8-9pm: Alli & the Housecats - Blues / Rock / Soul

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www.facebook.com/allihcats/?fref=ts
Rethinking the ways of root music, Alli & the Housecats will make you view modern blues differently with the infusion of soul, rock, and funk in the mix.

9-10pm: SMax

A citizen of the world stemming from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti Smax Music is very much connected to his Haitian Roots which forms the underlying base of his musical inspirations. Smax Music's sound is an eclectic mix of a variety of Caribbean Music and Rock. Smax Music started out as a self taught musician, solo artist around 2002. Driven by the idea to have a positive impact on the lives of people using music as tool. Enjoy Life is not only the fundamental message in his craft but also his motto. In 2011 Smax Music formed his band starting with his wife MelimeL percussionist, Tom Fitzpatrick Bassist. Three years later recorded his debut album titled Enjoy Life.

10pm-12am: Justin Kafando & Guestaba Band - World Music

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www.facebook.com/pages/Positive-Attractions-Band/171984442968729?hc_location=stream
Positvie Attractions is a collective of Musician from All over the world meeting on a same platform for the same cause.

12-3:45am: DJ Fols from Nigeria

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www.hulkshare.com/DJ_FOLS
DJ FOLS is a DJ who has been around for a while and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. He specializes in all types of music from African tunes (Nigerian, Ghana, Coupe Decale, Soukous), to current hip-hop music to old school jams, reggae/dancehall, soca. These are just to name a few. He does it all – weddings, birthday parties, parades, baby showers, in-house parties and is definitely a regular on the club scene. As a professional DJ and also someone who grew up in a music-oriented household, he has perfected the art of assessing his crowd and selecting and belting out tunes that keep them on their feet until the “party done”.
October 9

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2016/06/13185.jpg
www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

images/2015/05/10690.jpg
www.myspace.com/lureidangel
Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-9pm: Mitchell Trio - Rock / Blues

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www.robertmitchell1.bandcamp.com
Robert Mitchell has been a performing, touring, recording artist since 1980. Performing in all original bands: GLASS HOUSE and WILDLIFE and RAJA and CINEMATIK, Mitchell also played as a sideman with numerous NYC and Boston bands. Currently leading the MITCHELL TRIO, Robert remains eager to play more shows.

9-10pm: Sounds of Triumph - R&B, Soul, Funk, Blues & Jazz

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www.facebook.com/soundsoftriumph
Nicholas is a Vocalist, Musician, Composer, Vocal Coach, Background Vocalist. Throughout his career, his desire has always been to help others and give back. This inspired the concept of Sounds of Triumph, a local gig band as well as company dedicated to providing lessons/ training to members of the local / urban community in the areas of Vocal Coaching, Beginner Piano, Music Theory, In-studio Coaching for recording artists as well as stage etiquette for performers. He also looks to promote community cohesiveness by throwing small arts related events in the local community.

10pm-12am: The Dub Mob - Dub / Electronica / Reggae

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www.facebook.com/thedubmob/?fref=ts
A modern fusion of dub and dance music, The Dub Mob goes from down tempo dub, to hopping electro house, oftentimes just as a power trio, The Dub Mob delivers unique modern dance ridden grooves, from cool to hot.

12-3:45am: Crown Kings Reggae Sundays - Reggae Night

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www.facebook.com/CrownKingsNYC/
"Crown Kings Reggae Sundays" DJ Ceace *Dj Blue Steele *DJ Rio *Kimani
October 10

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: Harlem ASL Night

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www.hojdeafclub.com
We are Deaf and Hard of Hearing members of the National Action Network, a leading civil rights organization, we established the House of Justice (HOJ) Deaf Club to create an environment for active Deaf and Hard of Hearing participation. We are supported by NAN's Interpreter/Advocates Committee. Our small group promotes equal opportunity and self reliance for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people through Voter Registration Drives, Deaf History forums, Domestic and Police Brutality forums and accessibility to medical care. We make ourselves available to anyone in need of assistance who think their rights have been violated due to deafness.

8-9pm: Leni Stern Trio- World / Blues

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www.myspace.com/lenistern
A SPIRITUAL CURRENT always powers Leni Stern's recordings, especially on "Africa," an album inspired by her immersion in Malian and Senegalese culture. Clearly the German-born, New York-based singer-songwriter-guitarist has found another home. Recorded mostly at singer Salif Keita's studio in Bamako, Mali, "Africa" is a cross-cultural prayer meeting of sorts.

9pm-12am: Already Chosen Live- Showcase

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Already Chosen Live is a showcase created by Gerard Live, this lineup features some of the most unique upcoming independent artist. From powerhouse vocals to pop and soul. Already Chosen Live gives you a taste of it all. Everyone apart of the Already Chosen brand believes that one should dwell in their god given gift and share it to the world; because everyone is a winner in their own right. On October 10th at Shrine you’ll hear from Sakinah Iman, Sean Elliot, Daine Incognito and more. See you there for free entry and amazingly affordable drinks.
October 11

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Jonny Parks -Singer / Guitarist

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Born in Westchester, NY, singer-songwriter/guitarist Jonny Parks is an artist of mixed genres. Having shown an interest in music at the early age of 8 by owning a keyboard and a harmonica, Jonny Parks has become a multi-instrumentalist who works on mastering his craft and broadening his musical horizons. Starting classical guitar at 16 and singing by 19, Parks incorporates sounds of Soul, Jazz, R&B and Blues into his repertoire of sound. With the release of two EPs (Room 327 and Drugfall) and his first album underway, Jonny Parks is steadily gaining popularity throughout NYC with performances in venues such as: Rockwood Music Hall, The Bitter End, Desmond's Tavern, Pianos, Amateur Night at the Apollo and more. Parks is currently a creative writing major at SUNY Purchase who uses storytelling lyrics and unique narrative on his original songs as well as interpreted covers about love, addiction, and music. Jonny Parks was also featured in Relix Magazine's July/August 2015 CD Sampler featuring Grateful Dead.

7-8pm: Joe Breidenstine Quintet - Jazz

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www.myspace.com/joebreidenstine
In the mid-90's, Joe settled in New York City where he has had the opportunity to perform with some of the greats in music.

8-9pm: The Gibson Malone Band - Rock / Blues

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Every second and fourth Tuesday!: The Gibson Malone Band play Blues and Rock Classics. 13 year old Gibson Malone is the real deal - he plays with a passion way beyond his years.
October 12

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: Jocelyn Shannon Jazz Quartet

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www.musichillpark.wix.com/jocelynshannonband
The Jocelyn Shannon Quintet is Jocelyn Shannon-voice, Mark Cohn-piano, Greg Zwiebel-bass, Ed Pillion-drums, Tom Bender-trumpet & flugelhorn. Jocelyn Shannon previously sang in The Wavelength​ Jazz Ensemble and has sung a variety of musical genres. Mark Cohn is a veteran jazz pianist, flutist and composer. Greg Zwiebel has played upright and electric in a number of jazz, funk, rock and fusion projects. Ed Pillion is a professional drummer/percussionist well versed in multipled genres. Tom Bender is a trumpeter/arranger/composer who's shared the stage with the likes of Hank Mobley, Jaco Pastorius, Lew Soloff and was a student of Pat Martino, Adolph Sandole and Manny Albam. Combined, their talents create a distinctive, compelling sound.

8-9pm: Taiwo Aloba's Kalakuta - Afrobeat Dancer

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www.TaiwoAloba.com
Taiwo Esther Aloba is a graduate of Theatre Arts and Music majoring in Media and Costume. She is an international model, a fashion stylist for movies,TV, stage and editorials.
October 13

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: Marco Chelo Jazz Collective

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www.marcochelo.com
Marco Chelo is a saxophonist and entrepreneur who has studied with, played, and collaborated in various projects with international Musicians such as Fela Kuti, Marc Mommaaas, Mike Longo, Emanuele Cisi, Clifford Jordan, Joe Solomon, Jim Ridl and many others. In 2008 Marc Mommaas and Marco Chelo founded the New York Jazz Workshop, an organization dedicated to promoting affordable jazz education in New York City. In the last 8 years the New York Jazz Workshop has become a force in the New York Music scene offering 15 weekly workshop and 5 summer programs, providing work to many New York based musicians, booking live music events and traveling internationally to offer workshops and outreach music programs to various organizations and universities.

8-9pm: Squirrels From Hell - Rock

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www.facebook.com/Squirrels-From-Hell-240025721931/
Squirrels From Hell have been playing and recording in New York City for over thirty years. Starting out as a cover band, they quickly bought into the DIY movement of CBGB, Trude Heller’s, and Max’s Kansas City, and have performed only original material since that time.

9-10pm: Steel Wolf - Rock

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSMXCrzk-WM
Steel Wolf is a Lithuanian-American rock band from Long Island, New York. Described as playing “music to incite a riot”,[1] Steel Wolf took their name from Lithuanian folklore [2] in 1982 and is still active today. Aside from archetypal venues, they have performed annually at the NYC Marathon[3] and the Lithuanian Camp Giraite in Connecticut.[4] Their releases not only contain music with “bar brawl-ready song titles” but also tracks like “Himnas 2010” - a version of the Lithuanian National Anthem. As Long Island Good Times magazine put it "Steel Wolf blends punk anachronisms with Lithuanian mythology.”

10-11pm: Talay - Indie / Rock

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www.facebook.com/talaymusic
Playing live, Megan Talay's sound dips from folk to rock, fronting a band of veteran players on the NYC music scene, and drawing more comparisons to Bonnie Raitt than Joni Mitchell.
October 14

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-8pm: Bringing Conscious Back

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www.bringingconsciousback.blogspot.com
It's coming up on a year since we started our campaign "Bringing Conscious Back" and we are proud to say we are still running and campaigning using media, spoken word and music to inspire communities to have conscious dialogue and spur action for change. We started on May 19th which happens to be "Malcolm X" birthday and the day the "Last Poets" got started in Marcus Garvey Park. As our one year anniversary comes up we are proud to say that we have gained some reputable artists and speakers.

8pm-12am: HONK NYC

8:15-9pm: Evironmental Encroachment (Chicago)- Brass Band

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www.encroach.net
Environmental Encroachment (EE) uses a mobile brass band, costumes, performance art and theatrics to create unique entertainment environments for any event.

9:15-10pm: Paprikata Samba (Female samba band)

10:15-11pm: Le Pompier Poney Club (Marseille, France)

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www.lepompierponeyclub.com
"Le Pompier Poney Club", created in 2012 in Marseille, is an international fanfare, with members from across France, Belgium, Rome & NewYork. They play a variety of musical influences, with songs such as "Belsunce Breakdown," a famous hip hop song from Marseille's own Booga, B52's "Rock Lobster", Dalida's "Mourir sur Scene/I want to die on stage", Streetlight Manifesto's "We will fall together" & "Ghost Town", from The Specials, etc... This overenergetic brass band blows its ferocious musical wind here, there and everywhere ! Comfortable in the streets as on stage, you’ll find them in all kinds of events: festivals and neighborhood gatherings, cultural and social initiatives, protests and parades, tiny bars and large parties. The Pompier Poney Club will undoubtedly thrill the crowds, wherever they are !

11:15-12am: Spanglish Fly (Latin boogaloo)

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www.spanglishfly.com
SPANGLISH FLY is part band, part celebration: 11 musicians igniting a party that quickly spreads to the audience. They have been hailed as the premier band of the Latin boogaloo revival,"single-handedly reviving sixties bugalú in NYC" (NBC New York). Boogaloo! that mix of Latin and soul/R&B music that emerged from the clubs, the street corners, the transistor radios and the pool halls of 1960s Spanish Harlem, a/k/a "El Barrio"–an irresistible hybrid that blends Afro-Caribbean rhythms with the fervor, the feeling, and the harmonics of 60s-era soul. SPANGLISH FLY "roars through covers, originals, and transformations of previously untouched soul hits" (Village Voice), paying homage to the boogaloo genre while refreshing it for a new generation.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

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www.eburnee.com
One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
October 15

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-9pm: Shakimono's Grateful to Be Alive @35 Birthday Showcase

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www.facebook.com/events/1167780659941112/?ti=icl
Grateful to be alive @35" is a birthday showcase celebrating the life of Shakimono, NYC's own visual artist, advocate for the people, and lead vocalist of the genre crossing band known as Ashe'. With performances by Nyla Ninja Rose, Charlie Uptown, Kamau Kenyatte, American Rebel, & Ashe' With special guest, cultural preservationist and radio host, Lamon Fenner of WHCR 90.3 FM and Introducing first time poet Ashliy Christine w/ Babalola on Congas Suggested $5 donation

9-10pm: Latoya - Singer

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www.latoyasongstresscooper.com
Two years ago, Latoya Songstress Cooper didn’t just get lucky at a chance to live her dreams. She chose to weave her dreams into a very real and very tangible part of her life. “When something is your passion, there’s no fighting it,” she says. A classically trained vocalist and guitarist, Latoya grew up performing songs by Whitney Houston, Denise Williams, Melissa Morgan, Teena Marie, Oleta Adams, Anita Baker, and Nancy Wilson. "Singing is how I connect with God. That's the reason singing and songwriting is so important to me,” the songstress says. “I stopped singing for 10 years due to life situations, but I have a second chance to get things right." Two years ago she returned to the music world and has performed before sold-out audiences, with international artists, and made guest appearances at various churches and events in the Dallas and Oklahoma City areas. Latoya is committed to serving her community through weekly voluntarism and working with children to cultivate their passion for the arts.

10pm-12am: Maddzart- Soca / Ragga

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www.maddzart.com
Fete King MaddZart is a Multifaceted International Award Winning Soca Entertainer & Icon, a prolific and unstoppable song writer & producer. Noted for his diversity, onstage energy, incredible lyrical ability and acclaimed for his collaboration on the hit song “Turn Me On” by Kevin Lyttle. MADDZART WILL BE STORMING THE STAGE at the Shrine October 15th, 2016 and November 25th don't miss Maddzart's Birthday Bash Celebration and Performance at Sylvana's. KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR MORE NEWS ON THESE EXCITING SHOWS
October 16

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

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www.myspace.com/lureidangel
Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-9pm: Sounds of Triumph - R&B, Soul, Funk, Blues & Jazz

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www.facebook.com/soundsoftriumph
Nicholas is a Vocalist, Musician, Composer, Vocal Coach, Background Vocalist. Throughout his career, his desire has always been to help others and give back. This inspired the concept of Sounds of Triumph, a local gig band as well as company dedicated to providing lessons/ training to members of the local / urban community in the areas of Vocal Coaching, Beginner Piano, Music Theory, In-studio Coaching for recording artists as well as stage etiquette for performers. He also looks to promote community cohesiveness by throwing small arts related events in the local community.

9-10pm: Flowers & Kain- Rock / Hip Hop

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www.facebook.com/Flowers-Kain-152584671423749/
Flowers & Kain are the modern day personification of the phrase "band of brothers". Composed of guitarist Ryan "Killa" Kain, vocalist/rapper Bryan "Bobby Flow" Flowers, drummer Nathaniel "Nasty" Scott, and bassist Josh "Varsity" Vara, the New London, Connecticut quartet maintain a familial synergy that comes across in their unique blend of hip-hop, rock and reggae, resulting in a refreshing sound all their own. "The name Flowers & Kain has come from a lifetime of brotherhood," explains Bobby Flow, who founded the group with his childhood friend Killa Kain.

10pm-12am: Amandla Band - Roots Reggae

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www.facebook.com/AmandlaBand/?fref=ts
Formed eight years ago,Amandla band is a progressive reggae unit that has successfully merged the Roots and Culture style made famous by Bob Marley with the Lovers Rock that saw a rise in popularity spearheaded by artists like Gregory Isaac and Beres Hammond. Based out of Hartford CT,Amandla continues to blaze a musical trail that encompasses the United States and Europe.

12-3:45am: Crown Kings Reggae Sundays - Reggae Night

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www.facebook.com/CrownKingsNYC/
"Crown Kings Reggae Sundays" DJ Ceace *Dj Blue Steele *DJ Rio *Kimani
October 17

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Joe Pino Quintet - Jazz

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www.joepinojazz.com
He has appeared in many jazz venues in the New England area with his quintet including Ryles Jazz Club, and Chianti Jazz Lounge.In July 2010, Joe played third trumpet in the musical production of Gypsy at The North Shore Music Theatre staring Vicki Lewis. He has also performed at clubs in New York City including Somethin' Jazz Club featuring the great Jim Rotondi, Miles Jazz Caffe, Caffe Vivaldi, Smalls Jazz Club, The Fat Cat, and Cleopatra’s Needle. Joe is an endorsed Adams Flugelhorn Artist.

7-8pm: Feign Pathos - Funk / R&B

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www.facebook.com/Feign-Pathos-156880070989540/?fref=ts
Feign Pathos is an original R&B/funk act--full band, horns. From song to song, one might hear aspirations toward the falsetto of El Debarge delivered through the reedy voice of Bob Dylan. Or melismas reminiscent of Wanya Morris (Boyz II Men) over the somber, Beatlesque songcraft of Elliott Smith. Or, yet again, the sensual tenderness of a Babyface ballad paired with the encyclopedic chord vocabulary of Donald Fagen (Steely Dan).

8pm-12am: The Sifer: Hip Hop and Spoken Words

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www.likwuid.com
The Sifer uses live hip hop fusion music as a way to bring cultures closer together. We encourage inner peace through self expression and encourage universal love for mankind though sharing our differences. Sifer life, sifer lyrics, sifer love. "Different Voices, Shared Humanity" Doors 8:00PM Show 8:30PM SIGN THE LIST EARLY Infos: likwuid@gmail.com
October 18

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

8-11pm: Lucky Dube Tribute

11pm-12am: Jeremy Ekho - Pop / Rock / Electro

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www.facebook.com/pages/Ekhô/60678481037
Ekhô est un duo pop-rock-electro originaire du Mans. Formé de Jérémy Hallermeyer (voix lead, guitares, clavier) et de Xavier Potiéris (batterie, voix 2 et samples), il apparait sur la scène musicale en 2008.
October 19

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Craig Brann - Jazz

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www.craigbrann.com
Arriving in the City in 1996 from his home town of Windsor in rural Maine, Craig Lawrence Brann was fully aware of what it was like to be a big fish in a small pond, but was immediately caught up in the powerful current of NYC's vast oceanic and unparalleled jazz scene. From celebrated prodigy to a salubrious pro touché in— you guessed it —a New York minute. With every spare Andrew Jackson, he would make his way into the city to see his known heroes or to be introduced to those who would soon come to crowd that same pantheon.

7-8pm: Ken Taylor- Singer Songwriter

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKYzA18w0GI&feature=youtu.be
For thirty years, multi-instrumentalist Kenneth Taylor (aka Kentaa) has been a force of creativity in the world of recorded music, working with some of the most important talents in music, theater and film.

9-10pm: Rini - World, Electronica, Contemporary Indian, Alterna

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www.facebook.com/rinisinger/?fref=ts
Rini [Harini S Raghavan] is a New York based Singer/Songwriter, originally from Chennai, India, who blends Indian Classical with Electronica & Rock.
October 20

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

images/2016/01/12105.jpg
1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm. Dani Pozo Quartet- Contemporary Jazz

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www.soundcloud.com/user-598138874/sets/playlist-demo-album
"When i think in my music with these cats I don't see our music through in jazz concepts or whatever, only I trust in a huge empty canvas that we need to fill it with our spiritual and philosophical vision of life. Our music is like imagine a world without barriers and walls where the diversity of language and origin is fundamental part of this miscellaneous band." In this band the challenge is cook a different moods through our compositions and be focus on interaction between members to get the vibe that allow that all the members together create, innovate and express on real time a new dimesion music spirit without the formalism of a jazz band. We're trying to deeper like composer as well as players in the postbop conceptions but throughcreating our own music

7-8pm: Olybird- Singer Songwriter

8-10pm: Blu Cha Cha - Latin Jazz

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www.bluchacha.com
My name is Trombonita and I lead a band called Blu Cha Cha. Blue Cha Cha, while Latin based, is a fusion of Blues, Jazz, Salsa, Reggae, Ska, R&B, Funk, Motown and Standards. The band consists of keyboard, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, flute and three trombones! The arranging and writing is done by me, Trombonita.

10pm-12am - The Yam Session

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www.facebook.com/theyamsession
Yam Session is a new Afro Jam, led by the musicians from the top African bands in NYC, jamming on roots, old-school classics and contemporary hits in an Afro style! Every third thursday at Silvana beginning in February 2016. Everyone is invited! Special guests each session.
October 21

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Timi Kendrix - Jazz / Rock

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www.soundcloud.com/timikendrix
Timi Kendrix is an instrumental Americana Trio. Our music represents a wide angle view of American pop music. The group pays tribute to the past with recognizable grooves while expounding upon the familiar through new melodies and improvisational sections that push the music into modern day.

8-9pm: Madelyn Brene - Singer Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/jamesbrookband
“If a task has once begun, never leave it until its done. If it’s great or if its small do it well or not at all.” ​These words have resonated in the mind of vocalist and actress Madelyn Brene since the tender age of three when she developed a passion for the arts. Hailing from Dallas, Tx, during her childhood, she studied and performed with the Dallas Children’s Theatre; Taylor’s School of Music, Mary Lois Dance Academy and won various oratorical and vocal competitions throughout the state of Texas. Since then she has continued to capture the hearts and intrigue audiences everywhere through singing, songwriting and acting. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, this classically trained vocalist repertoire includes opera, jazz, musical theatre, and commercial work. Her music and performance style is defined as classical contemporary and fuses R&B, classical, jazz and world genres together.

9-10pm: P. Muna - Neo Soul

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www.iampmuna.com
Influenced by the great artists of our generation, P. Muna has blended together Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop to create his own eclectic style. Raised by a single mother of 6 in upstate NY, P. Muna lived through poverty and many hardships, but through it all he was able to remain hopeful and determined; qualities evident in his projects. His smooth and soulful voice, paired with his impeccable flow have landed him on stage with some of the biggest artists in music including Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Juicy J, 2 Chainz, Mac Miller and Steve Aoki. His highly anticipated EP "Live Long and Prosper" drops this summer and is sure to solidify his place in Hip-Hop.

10pm-12am: Zozo Afrobeat

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www.reverbnation.com/zozoafrobeat
“Zozo,” taken from the Goun and Fon word for “something hot,” truly keeps the Afrobeat fires burning. A 13-piece ensemble from New York City, Zozo Afrobeat features musicians from around the world and is led by African music luminary Kaleta. Born in the Republic of Benin and raised in Nigeria, Kaleta grew up recording and performing with legendary Nigerian musicians Fela Kuti, Femi Kuti and King Sunny Ade, shina Peters. After moving to the U.S., Kaleta toured with akoya afrobeat and most recently with Lauryn Hill.
October 22

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Shun Ino - Jazz

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www.facebook.com/shun.ino1
Born in Japan in 1989. I started playing the piano when I was 3 years old. And when I was 15, I was inspired by Led Zeppelin and I changed my instruments. I played rock, soul, and funk music for a while. But when I listened to Pat Martino, I started playing jazz and at the same time I started studying with Satoshi Inoue who played in NYC for 20 years and also taught in The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. And in August 2015, I moved in NYC to study jazz in the New School.

7-8pm: Sedgewick - Folk / Instrumental

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www.facebook.com/sedgewickband/
Sedgewick solidified their presence in the Chicago folk scene in April 2015 with the release of their debut EP, "Gardens." Before their release, their music had already received accolades from New City magazine and Gapers Block, calling it "gorgeous" and "cinematic," evoking "Sufjan Stevens and a pre-therapy Peter Gabriel."

8-9pm: The Rapid River Boys- Folk

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www.rapidriverboys.com
Founded In 2014, The Rapid River Boys' Roots Stretch Deep Into The Winding Valleys Of New York's Southern Tier. Marty Horn And Mike I Have Been Nourished By The Resilient Landscape. Drawing Inspiration From Their Experiences And Inspiring Others To Continue A Process Of Growth Through Storytelling.

9-10pm: N.L.T- R&B - Reggae

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www.thebandnlt.wix.com/nltband
N.L.T. (Never Lose Touch) engages you with soulful classics & contemporary R&B, Reggae & Original hits. We will delight you as we deliver quality music that gets you up on the dance floor and soothes your soul. NLT is the right band for any memorable event.

10pm-12am: Big Village Little City - Funk / Hip Hop / Soul

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www.bigvillagelittlecity.com/
Big Village Little City is a brass-driven hip-hop funk band based out of Brooklyn, New York. Commanding a high energy fusion of funk, jazz, soul, and hip-hop, BVLC is dedicated to creating an experience of release through rhythm and movement. With a combination of hard-hitting New Orleans-style brass, virtuosic rap, and jazz-influenced vocals, BVLC's lyrics draw attention to the human condition as the sound entices the body into the euphoria of dance.
October 23

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

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www.myspace.com/lureidangel
Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8pm-3:45am: Tribute concert to Junior

October 24

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Freshtones - Jazz

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www.marcos-rosa.wix.com/marcos-rosa
Marcos is a musician from Brazil who is now living in New York to pursuit his Doctoral degree in Jazz/Commercial Music - Electric Guitar. Since 2008 he has published many papers on international journals and conferences, usually focusing on the way people learn and teach electric guitar. As a performance musician, he played and recorded with: Unidade Móvel; Os Nonatos; Glaucia Lima, Orquestra de Violões da Paraíba; Eleonora Falcone, Trio Jazzera. He is also the first winner of the Philippe Bertaud Memorial Scholarship Award.

7-8pm: Jon Sheckler Trio - Jazz

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www.shecklermusic.com
At a young age, New York based musician Jon Sheckler is proving to be a well versed musician and an up and coming band leader. All About Jazz calls him and his trio "ones to watch" and that Jon's music is full of "mischievous Dudley Moore-like playing."

8pm-12am: Late Nights at The Shrine - Showcase

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October 25

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Common Holly from Montreal - Indie / Folk / Rock

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www.facebook.com/commonhollymusic/?fref=ts
"What dappled sunlight would sound like if it had a voice." - Julia Isler "Like an actress trying on different costumes, never really settling on one character to play." - Zachary Rosen

7-8pm: Ismael Torres from Argentina- Singer Songwriter

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www.ismaeltorres.com.ar
Artista, cantante y compositor Rosarino (Argentina), con 29 años Ismael Torres ya tiene 3 discos grabados, 2 EPs y 1 DVD. Inició su carrera profesional a los 15 años acompañando con su voz y su guitarra a artistas de la llamada “Trova Rosarina” . A los 18 años editó su primer disco solista “Ciudad Manantial”. Hoy con más de 12 años de carrera recorrió múltiples ciudades de todo el país y el mundo. Compartió escenarios con artistas como, León Gieco, Luis Alberto Spinetta, Rubén Rada, Javier Malosetti, Jaime Ross, Lito Nebbia, entre otros. En 2008 inició su carrera complementaria de producciones y trabajó 2 años en Mondomix Estudios (Buenos Aires) junto a Juan Blas Caballero, Cachorro López y Sebastián Schon en numerosos proyectos discográficos como Manuel Carrasco (España), Dúo Sway (Guatemala), Mano Zeta (Colombia), Reik (México), Brazilian Girls (EEUU), Agustín Almeyda (Argentina) etc. De este intercambio con grandes roductores y de una gira por Cuba y luego Argentina surgió un nuevo disco titulado “En movimiento” editado en abril de 2013. Ya para el 2014 inicia junto a sus músicos una extensa gira mundial de 3 meses que incluye Cuba (donde grabaron un disco en vivo), México, EEUU y Canadá.

8-9pm: The Gibson Malone Band - Rock / Blues

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Every second and fourth Tuesday!: The Gibson Malone Band play Blues and Rock Classics. 13 year old Gibson Malone is the real deal - he plays with a passion way beyond his years.

9-10pm: Kyle Lacy - Rockabilly

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www.kylelacymusic.com/
Kyle Lacy is an Atlanta-born Rockabilly singer-songwriter. Ever since his Dad gave him “The Best of the Stray Cats” when he was 13, the skinny white boy cuffed his jeans and did up his pompadour and hasn’t looked back. Since moving to NYC he has entertained crowds at legendary spots like Rockwood Music Hall, The Red Lion, The Bowery Electric, and Pianos. His music is textured by his love of great songwriters like The Beatles, The Band, and Van Morrison, while evoking the Rockabilly swagger of Carl Perkins, J.D. McPherson, or Imelda May. www

10-11pm: Fifth of Midnight- Rock

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www.facebook.com/Fifth-of-Midnight-1070541163001344/
A Fifth of Midnight is a New York band that brings a love of vintage, melodic, high-energy fuzz-rock to songs new and old. Ali Afkhami, Kevin Maney, Aaron Belson, Jake Silverman and Tyler Bernhardt played in bands in London, DC and NYC before coming together in the past year.
October 26

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

6-7pm: Gioel Severini- Jazz

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www.gioelseverini.com
Gioel Severini is an italian saxophonist,woodwind and akai ewi player, composer and arranger based in Brooklyn , New York. Before relocating to Brooklyn, he was actively employed in Italy playing shows in some of the most renown clubs and venue like Blue Note,Novara Jazz Festival and many others. He also performed with international singers such as Michael Bublè and John Legend. Gioel moved to New York in 2013.He shortly became notorious in the Brooklyn music scene.In addition to an array of gigs like sideman with International House of Funk, Ernest Ernie & The Sincerities and other various jazz projects, he performs regularly as band leader with his Trio

7-8pm: Orkestra Eustoria - Instrumental / Jazz

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www.facebook.com/Orkestra-Eustoria-1584924341824031/?fref=ts
Face melting feel good music from the basement from the borough with the spaceshippy things over the giant metal globe

8pm-2am: Maria Davis Mad Wednesday's & R&B Against AIDS

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www.nydailynews.com/new-york/uptown/affable-ambassador-hiv-aids-article-1.1257343
Maria Davis/"Mad Wednesday's" New Artist Showcase has been in existence since 1994, showcasing R&B, Hip Hop, Gospel, Reggae & Poetry. Maria Davis AIDS Activist/Survivor is the Producer and Host of "Mad Wednesday's" many premiere artist has grace our stage "Jay Z", "50 Cents","Alyson Williams" "Brian McKnight", "Anthony Hamilton", "Donelle Jones", "Missy Elliott", "Monica" DJ Funk Master Flex, DJ Red Alert, DJ ACE Comedians "Bill Bellamy", "Bernie Mac", "Talent" and the list goes on. Mad Wednesday's has now incorporated a live band Featuring "karl Browne" (Key Boards), "Lil Sean" (Drums), "Melvin Koonce" (lead Guitar) & "Al Brisbane" (lead Bass) and DJ Bring Em Out. Maria Davis believes it is not just about the music but, education, awareness, self empowerment, & community. To book an artist for Mad Wednesday's contact 646-765-0689 or davismaria@msn.com
October 27

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

7-8pm: God's Unruly Friends- Mystic Ethno-Jazz Trance

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www.renegadesufi.com
Dawoud began to play the guitar about half a year or so after Jimi Hendrix died. Shortly afterwards he expanded his listening tastes into jazz, fusion, classical, blues, and Indian raga. His teens were spent honing his guitar skills. On his 18th birthday, he bought his sitar and began teaching himself the rudiments of the instrument from books and recordings. Between 1979-83. Dawoud toured the Midwest US with Focal Poynt as multi-instrumentalist, composer. He also began teaching guitar and learning audio engineering. In 1983, he moved to New York City, and did work as a musician and musical director locally and toured with a number of local rock groups.

8-9pm: Los Chinches - Indie / Americana

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www.loschinchesnyc.bandcamp.com/
"[Los Chinches] combine DIY rawk energy, bracingly edgy performances, and disarmingly powerful wordplay" (from Kingston Chronogram album review)

9-10pm: The High Definitions - Rock / Blues / Soul

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www.facebook.com/thehighdefinitions/?fref=ts
"The High Definitions take blues to a new plateau, incorporating hard rock grooves and surprisingly jazzy chords into a fuzzed-out sonic aesthetic." Jack Lynch, 614 Now

10pm-3:45am: Beats Presented by Boom Bits Music ohl

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www.soundcloud.com/boombits
Beatsmission is to provide the ideal environment where local artist can perform, paint and participate in a grassroots event. Beats provides arts and entertainment at a professional level with local accessibility by combining art and music as a forum that allows all walks of life within the community to experience quality entertainment and local interaction at an affordable price.
October 28

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

7-8pm: Kevin Sun - Jazz

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www.facebook.com/thekevinsun/?fref=ts
Kevin Sun is a saxophonist, improvisor, composer, and writer based out of Brooklyn.

8-9pm: Ruben Gonzalez -Singer Songwriter

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rubengonzalez.info
A show of songs that cross borders between distant places and spaces: South and North America, politics and poetry, pain and humor delivered with a healthy dose of rhythm and good lyrics by Argentine-New Yorker musician songwriter Rubén Gonzalez

10pm-12am:Finotee - Soul / Reggae / Funk

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www.myspace.com/finotee
Finotee is an adaptation of the Amharic word "fenote", which means "the way". The Ethiopian expression reflects Finotee's respect for every individuals unique path through life and encompasses the universal way of love. Peter Hucey (guitar), Karl Wright (drums), Kevin Marth (bass), Eric Wilson (keys), Joe Barnes (percussion) and vocalists Justice and Swan came together after Peter, Alvaro and Justice, the founding members of Finotee, met in Miami in 1996 and began writing music together.
October 29

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

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www.yatengabistro.com
Menu, specials of the day, and other information for Yatenga French Bistro at www.yatengabistro.com "...located in the heart of Harlem, ...the rustic atmosphere and relaxed service at this French-American spot feel like an escape to the country." - New York Magazine

4-8pm: Shrine Daily Happy Hour Bringing Harlem Spirit Back

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1/ $3 for Draft Beer Brooklyn Lager,Stella, Blue Moon, Heineken & Anchor steam Budwiser, Kronoberg 1664 ,Yugling lager, Sam Adam, Hardcore, DogFish 60 Minutes,Bass ale,Pabst Blue Ribbone and $4 Guiness 2/ $ 5 Glass of Wine, $4 Frozen Margarita & Pina Colada. 3/ $6 Buffalo Wings feat French Fries or Plantain. With the Best Music of All Time. From 4pm - 8pm

5-8pm: N.B.T. Presents... Poets Paradise NYC

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ELMabpsE_o&feature=youtu.be
Showcase of performing art acts hosted by every man's crush Tashion Folkes

8-9pm:Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa from Zimbabwe-Singer Songwrite

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=eny2fRyawBI
Afro jazz sensation, Prince Kudakwashe Musarurwa has proved to be an incredibly talented musician since his entry into the dog-eat-dog music industry five years ago.

9-10pm: The Village Bicycle - Indie / Alt.

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www.facebook.com/villagebicyclemusic/
Rust-belt longings lace through clanging guitars, soaring keyboard countermelodies, and polyamorous harmonies, all underscored by a hard-hitting and relentless rhythm section.

10pm-12am: PreachermanN & The Revival - Funk / R&B / Soul

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrEAxNI3cv8
At a time when the art of the live performance is losing ground to homemade internet videos, and neophyte music groups are being awarded record deals without ever having wooed a single live audience, New York City’s Preachermann testifies to the tried and true formulas for achieving lastin..