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 December 18

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***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

6-7pm: Sarah Bernadette- acoustic pop / R&B Duo

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www.facebook.com/Sarah-Bernadette-245011592238324/
Sarah Bernadette will be playing an acoustic pop/r&b duo, accompanied by Sage Mitchell on guitar, featuring original songs and a selection of covers.

7-8pm: Clemens Grassman - Jazz / Fusion

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www.clemensgrassmann.com
Brooklyn based drummer and percussionist Clemens Grassmann put together this collaboration of original compositions concatenating Jazz, Latin-, World- and Electronic music and creating a unique musical experience that invites the listener to join him and his group on an exciting trip of thrilling tales on bewildering paths. "Jazz originals that are most striking in their “newness” (...) MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, with an “EQ” (energy quotient) rating of 4.99." Rotcod Zzaj

8pm-12am: The Sifer: Hip Hop & Spoken Word Open Mic

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The Shrine World Music Venue presents The Sifer Hosted by Likwuidity (NYC's Hip Hop & Spoken Word Jam) 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" DATE: September 19, 2016 8PM to MIDNIGHT WHERE: The Shrine World Music Venue (2271 Adam Clayton Powell) COVER: "Collection Plate Style" Suggested Donation (give what you can upon arrival) Doors 8:00PM Show 8:30PM SIGN THE LIST EARLY

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.
December 19

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***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

6-7pm: Emma Blackman- Singer Songwriter

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www.emmablackmanmusic.com
Emma Blackman is a singer-songwriter from New Jersey who plays piano, accordion, mandolin, and saxophone. From an early age, she had an active imagination and a love of writing, from short stories to lyrics and poetry. This love has carried on into her adult life as a songwriter and a published poet. She also grew up behind the piano, which fostered her musical ear and a passion for composition.

7-8pm: Daniele Germani Quartet- Jazz

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www.tanotriomusic.com
Born in Arce, Italy, 1992. Daniele graduated, both, from the Conservatory of Licino Refice (Frosinone) and Berklee College of Music where he attented the Global Jazz institute for two years (Boston). During his time in the United States he studied and collaborated with many great musicians such as Danilo Perez, Joe Lovano, Dave Douglas, John Patitucci, Ben Street, Terry Lyne Carrington, Kenny Werner, Bob Moses, Dave Kikoski, and George Garzone. He has travelled and performed in famous jazz festivals and clubs around the United States, South America and Europe. Daniele currently resides in Brooklyn (NY) where he is actively involved in numerous musical projects. His most recent work includes an album traversing the boundaries of modern and free jazz, created in collaboration with pianist Leo Genovese. Daniele Germani will be performing with his quartet with the great Cosimo Boni on trumpet, Cole Davis on double Bass and JK Kim on drums.

8-9pm: Bandera - Rock / R&B

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www.banderanyc.com
Bandera -- A genesis of musical styles combining the influences of Rock and Rhythm and Blues with a touch of soulful Latin. The band consists of four members from distinct backgrounds -- John Garzon -- Colombian born songwriter and guitarist/vocalist. John grew up in New York City influenced by Jimmy Page and Juanes. "I love writing music about Love and the struggle for peace in the world." Olawa Gibson -- lead vocals and percussion. Olawa Soulful blues singer that leads Bandera and interprets the music with an amazing voice influenced by Sade and Billy Holiday. "I love singing as a passion and performing live is what I do best!”

*ROCK NIGHT*

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Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am

9-10:30pm: Phat A$tronaut - Psychedelic Space Soul / Hip Hop / Afro

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www.facebook.com/phatastronaut/
Phat Astronaut is a six piece intergalactic, psychedelic soul machine on a mission to spread universal love and awareness. Sonically, Phat Astronaut is a whirlwind of organic and synthesized soundscapes, combining hip hop, r&b, funk, and afrobeat, using songwriting and improvisation to create our own genre, known as SpaceHop.

10:30pm-12am: Zillawatt - Rock / Funk / Fusion

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www.facebook.com/Zillawatt/
Zillawatt is a musical trio based in CT that plays rock, funk, and fusion!

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.
December 20

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***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

6-8pm: ShoutHouse- Hip Hop / Classical / Jazz

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www.facebook.com/ShoutHouseMusic/
"Incomparable to anything existing" (The Culture Trip), ShoutHouse is a chamber orchestra of 16+ musicians from hip-hop, jazz, and classical backgrounds. Through shared expression and the discovery of new, unexplored sounds, they bridge the divides among many communities of artists and audiences. They have been featured on "New Sounds" with Jon Schaeffer (WNYC/NPR), "44 Charlton" with Julian Fleisher, WBAI, the Harlem Arts Festival, and they are recipients of the "Entrepreneurship Grant" from Juilliard. They are directed by composer and pianist Will Healy, and conducted by Alex Burtzos.

8pm-3:45am: 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
December 21

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***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

6-7:30pm: Yumi Kim Trio- Jazz

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South Korean Jazz pianist Yumi Kim and her Trio features her originals and arranged standards, song by Cedar Walton, Thelonious Monk, Herbie Hanock and more with her creative and unique sound. Piano, Yumi Kim Bass, Marcelo Maccagnan Drum, Chase Kuesel

7:30-9pm: The James Labrosse Collective - Flamenco / Jazz / R&B

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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.

9-10pm: FM BAND- Funk

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=jG-X60vNiCY
Up....Down....From The "Boogie Down"... Bronx NYC. Layin' Down Our Own Spin On Dance, Funk, R&B, Jazz, & Pop Favorites. Last Time Band : Terri Lowe - Vocals, Shakes George Johnson - Vocals, Shakes Charles Stuart - Vocals, Drums Melvin Koonce - Vocals, Keyboards Frank Mack - Vocals, Guitar Al Ferrer - Vocals, Bass

10pm-12am - The Yam Session - Afro Jam Collective

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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 Shrine. Everyone is invited! Special guests each session.

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.
December 22

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***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

6-7pm: BEYOND FLUTE - Solstice concert

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www.facebook.com/Cheryl-Pyle-Music-141323209114/
Cheryl Pyle duo has an ethereal , melodic swinging sound always pushing the boundaries for jazz flute in her own unique way. Ms Pyle has played with many fine musicians since moving to New York in 1980 and she continues to record on her own 11th street music label and perform at many jazz venues.

7-8pm: Keef Clan - Groove

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www.soundcloud.com/search?q=lomar%20brown
This band consist of groovy guys and gal performers. Zerlina Devi piano, Max Gerl bass, Chris Andersen drums, Lomar Brown Saxophone/host.

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

10pm-12am: Jelly Ellington - Rock / Funk

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www.facebook.com/jellyellington/
Jonathan “Jelly” Ellington is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter based in Austin, TX. His style is is rock n' roll at the core, chiming in elements of blues, funk, and soul.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

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One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
December 23

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

***Check out Yatenga French Bistro***

images/2017/04/15034.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

6-7pm: The Dirty Spoons- Pop / Hip Hop / R&B / Soul / Classical

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www.facebook.com/thedirtyspoons271/
We are the Dirty Spoons, a band of middle school kids from Brooklyn who love to play music. We use music to unite our community.

7-8pm: Claudia Hayden - Flautist

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www.claudiahayden.com
New York City based flautist, composer, and songwriting producer Claudia Hayden and her band, The Claudia Hayden Project, continue to move audiences to standing ovations at venues throughout the U.S. Possessing a sound that ranges from funky and sassy to sublimely smooth, the sheer power of the music is evident in the new release of her debut Jazz CD, “Abstract.”

8-9pm: MELD- progressive soul / r&b

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www.reverbnation.com/melaniedewey
Currently rooted in Nashville, TN, MELD's sound can be described as "Cinematic Soul." Her debut EP "H.U.R.T." was released in January 2017, and was produced by Matt Harris of Livetronica band, Zoogma. Her debut single "Easy On The Game," received mentions in Nylon Magazine, BTRToday, and No Country For New Nashville (landing her a spot on Hype Machine.) In previous projects MELD has shared stages with Zoogma, Brothers Past, Teddy Geiger, Maggie Rose, and more.

9-10pm: Easy Soul Band - R&B Soul

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLwSZshrIKY
If you love If you love the music of the 70’s and the 80’s then you often reminisce over the classics songs those bands performed with their sweet soulful harmonies and danceable grooves. Now to bring back those “good old days” are the Bronx based party band “The EZ Soul Band”. Performing great songs and classic hits from the past, this band is keeping grown folks music alive and sharing a trip down memory lane in classic soul style for new audience’s to enjoy. Don't miss this very entertaining old school group.

10pm-12am: Nkumu Katalay & The Life Long Project

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www.facebook.com/isaac.k.diallo
Born in Kinshasa, the capital city of the Democratic Republic of Congo where he spent one half of his life before moving to New York City in 1996, music became Isaac’s path to navigate the world. With a family of traditional healers, and faith varying from Christianity to Islam, music is Isaac’s corner stone which holds fragments of his identity together. Artistically, he discovered one tool after the other. He started with the Mbonda or Ngoma (drum) and movements (dance) at a very early stage, a fascination that led to the modern drum set, to songs, to musicals, to plays and to the guitar etc…

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”.
December 24

8-10pm: Lady E & The Platinum Players - Old School R&B

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCH0C777em8
Starting in Gospel, Lady E has been singing for over 20 years. Joined by her band composed of musicians with 10+ years of experience.

10pm-3:45am: Christmas Eve Party with DJ Rio

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Join us for Christmas Eve Party. Our resident DJ, Rio will be spinning at 10pm.
December 25

10pm-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.
December 26

12pm: Kwanzaa Crawl 2017 || A One Day Celebration of Black-Owned

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www.eventbrite.com/e/kwanzaa-crawl-2017-a-one-day-celebration-of-black-owned-bars-tickets-41062365641?aff=KwanzaaCrawlWe
We are excited to be one of the participating venues for this year’s @Kwanzaa Crawl, a bar crawl celebrating black owned businesses in Brooklyn and Harlem! Powered by @Overfab’s Operation Mobilize, Kwanzaa Crawl is an entire day of unapologetic blackness! Tickets are currently on sale. Head to KwanzaaCrawl.com and choose us as your starting bar!

7-8pm: Takeshi Otani Band - Jazz / Fusion

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www.reverbnation.com/takeshiotani
Takeshi Otani Band is New York based jazz/fusion band. Some of they influences include Robert Glasper, Roy Hargrove, Snarky Puppy, etc.

*ROCK NIGHT*

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Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am
December 27

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

7-8pm: Sohei Narita Jazz Quartet- Jazz / R&B / Soul

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www.instagram.com/soheinarita/
Sohei Narita is the saxophone player having Jazz and classical music background. Performance is based on standard jazz but experimenting to bring Soul, RandB, funkier and dramatic sound to it, also recently working on original compositions.

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.
December 28

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

6-7pm: Alessandro Fadini - Jazz ohl

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www.aleksfadini.com
Alessandro’s first musical misadventure was as a self-taught musician, fascinated by jazz music. In his hometown in Italy, he studied with his first mentor, pianist Daniele Tione, who showed to him that what really matters in music is not the ear but the nose, and looking in the mirror Alessandro realized his great potential.

7-8pm: James Beaudreau Band - Jazz Rock / Jam Band

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www.workbenchrecordings.com/james-beaudreau/
Former Billy Nayer Show guitarist and solo experimental performer and recordist James Beaudreau plays songs from the folk, country & rock traditions.

9pm-3:45am: Beats Presented by Boom Bits Music

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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.
December 29

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

7-8pm: Heather Grace Evans- Indie / Folk / Pop

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www.facebook.com/pg/Heather-Grace-Evans-480230892368519/about/?ref=page_internal
Indie/Folk/Pop Singer-Songwriter. Writes about the perplexing mysteries of life as well as spunky satire. Influenced by classical background as well as Regina Spektor, Radiohead, The Beatles, etc.

8-9pm: Tanayilt- North African Music

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www.djezma.wixsite.com/website
"Music is the intuitive language of all souls, and nothing could be truer than a Rock'n'Roll state of mind" Says Ali Merghoub, Guitarist and Songwriter born in Algiers who lives in New York City. His approach of guitar playing is inspirational, combined with the powerful and vibrant voice of Jennifer Ayala. The coalescence of Eastern and Western melodies, innovative riffs and north African rhythms makes Tanayilt one of a kind band .

9-10:30pm: What-The-Funk! - Soul

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www.whatthefunk.ca
WHAT THE FUNK! consists of two different incarnations. The 'BIG BAND' and the 'LITTLE FUNK' Instrumental Band. Both assured to get your soul stirring and feet movin'!

10:30pm-12am: Nabaas Noogo- Music from Burkina Faso

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fsta04UcAmY
"The singer performer Arun and this talented guitarist Shaggy from Burkina Faso 🇧🇫 will take you everywhere in the world 🌎 with different type of music 🎶 sung in different languages... One thing is sure, you won't be bored..."

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

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One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
December 30

12-5pm: Maria Davis 5th Annual KWANZAA Holiday Celebration

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8-10pm: Skyculture- Funk N' Poetry

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKYzA18w0GI&feature=youtu.be
FUNK N' POETRY would feature spirited interactions between funk/jazz musicians and spoken word artist. With music being the focus at times, spoken word another, and a blend of both at other times. Spoken word artist would be encouraged to join musicians on stage for impromptu interactions and spontaneous performances.

10pm-12am: Gibril - Hip Hop

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www.gibrilville.com
Gibril Mansaray, (November 27, 1981 - Present), is a Hop-Hop, Soul, and Reggae recording artist, primarily known by his stage name Gibril, a.k.a The Foreign Exchange Hustler. In 2006, he released his first mix-tape called, "The Foreign Exchange Hustla". In 2007, he released the second volume to his mix tape series entitled "The Foreign Exchange Rate5".Gibrils' string of good fortune continued a year later when he was introduced to the legendary M1 from the group “Dead Prez".

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”.
December 31

8pm-3:45am: New Year's Eve Party with DJ FOLS

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New Year's Eve is upon us! Shrine and it's team are very proud of the great year we spent together in 2017. Join us with DJ Fols, who'll be spinning records ranging from old school Hip-Hop and R&B to World & African music, and even a bit of old-fashioned rock and roll. For an amazing celebration of the upcoming new year, head to Shrine at 8pm! The party will be going on all night. $20 cover includes a free champagne toast at midnight! No cover at Yatenga. See you there!
January 1

10pm-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.
January 2

8-9pm: Eric Mack - Singer-Songwriter

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www.ericalanmack.com/
Eric Alan Mack is a guitarist and singer-songwriter from El Paso, Texas. His writing form and performance style reflect his improvisational background as a jazz instrumentalist.

*ROCK NIGHT*

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Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am
January 3

7-8pm: Juan Carlos Polo - Jazz

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www.soundcloud.com/juancarlospolomusic/03-nuevos-aires
Drummer Juan Carlos Polo is one of the most versatile and creative musicians of his generation. Classically trained, he blends a number of influences in his playing including those of his native Peru.Now, based in NYC, he is celebrating the release of his debut album Insomnio.

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.
January 4

7-8pm: Aziza & The Cure - Instrumental / Folk

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www.azizaandthecure.com/
Aziza & the Cure mixes influences from Classical, Folk, Jazz, and Latin music traditions to create a transcendant blend of Orchestral Pop. Led by a couple bent on intelligent optimism, their music evokes an earthly paradise with cascading strings, angelic voices, and uplifting themes.

8-9pm: Solomon Jaye- Pop / Blues

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www.SolomonJaye.com
Solomon Jaye has opened for countless musical acts, including Pop Star, Robin Thicke at the SunFest Music Festival, in Palm Beach, Florida. Other recent performances included sets in Las Vegas at the famed Palms, Rio, and Gibson Showrooms. Jaye performed live with Mindi Abair at San Diego's renowned Jazz Club, 'Anthology'. He headlined in featured performances with GRAMMY winners Pentatonix (from NBC's Sing-Off). Harnessing his theatrical background Jaye starred as Seaweed J. Stubbs in Royal Caribbean's Hairspray: The Musical.

10-11pm: Jared Mancuso - Indie / Rock

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www.jaredmancusomusic.com/
Jared Mancuso's brand of rock n' roll is a combination of influences that vary in style but complement each other remarkably well. Indie Band Guru wrote that, “the melting pot of sounds has set the standard for the fun that rock n’ roll can be again.”

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.
January 5

6-7pm: Diego Ferreira Quartet- Jazz

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=__CqqidhRP8
Diego Ferreira has his Music BA (UFRGS - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul). He worked as a sideman for various singer-songwriters, performing at Festival Nacional da Canção (Minas Gerais - Brazil), Festival de Música e Ecologia de Angra dos Reis (Rio de Janeiro - Brazil), Femupo (São Paulo - Brazil); awarded on many of them either as sideman or 'best instrumentalist'. Was invited to teach and perform at the main saxophone and instrumental music events in Brazil - II ESAX (an international saxophone course that takes place in Brasília), III Feminsap (Amapá - Brazil). Worked as saxophone assistant- teacher at UFRGS in 2009-2010.

7-8pm: Toni Ann Semple Trio- Soul / Jazz / R&B

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www.toniannsemple.com/
A large part of what makes Toni Ann’s music so distinct is how she successfully blends the nuances of the Native American music of her heritage with the other various styles of contemporary music she embraces, such as soul, funk, Jazz, R&B, and even a little Pop.

8-9pm: The Wandering Poet - World

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www.soundcloud.com/srnathan
"The Wandering Poet": a contemporary/world music rendition of traditional pieces of music from India arranged to transcend genres and cross boundaries of language, nationalities and cultures. Arranged by Pablo Reyes and sung by Samyukta Ranganathan.

9-10:30pm: Michael Veal & Aqua IFE - Afro-Beat ohl

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFyyAGEhApk
Aqua Ife is a 12-piece band led by bassist Michael Veal, playing instrumental Afrobeat-jazz inspired by Fela Anikulapo-Kuti and other greats of African music, jazz and funk.

10:30pm-12am: The Vibe Theory - Soul / Funk / Blues

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www.thevibetheory.com
The Vibe Theory combines soulful vocals, soaring blues riffs, and funk-driven rhythms into a unique sound that is always about the groove. Channeling heavyweights like The Meters, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, John Scofield, D'Angelo and The Derek Trucks Band, The Vibe Theory's style is it's own thing--intriguingly layered yet astonishingly simple.
January 6

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

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$2 Shrine Lager, Pabst Blue Ribbon - $3 for Select Draft Beer - $4 Guinness Draft - $5 Glass of Wine - $5 Frozen Margarita, Frozen Pina Colada - $7 Buffalo Wings with French Fries or Plantains - ***4-8pm***

8-9pm: Sound Dogs- Indie Rock

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www.facebook.com/SoundDogs.TheBand/
Founded in 2014; this indie-rock band has played dozens of local clubs like Mercury Lounge. the Shrine, Pianos. Singing all originals fusing rock and blues

10pm-12am: Kakande - Music from West Africa

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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 .
January 7

4:30-6pm: The Shrine Sunday Brunch Live Music Special

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www.shrinenyc.com
Alternating hosts with featured acts and an open mic/jam. Enjoy a delicious food and drink menu, great vibes, and a variety of entertainment! Open to all. First Sundays hosted by Eve Blackwater!

6-8pm: The Shrine Jazz Jam Session

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Join us at Shrine for a weekly Jam Session every Sunday evening. Bring your instruments and come ready to play!

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!

10pm-12am: The Reality from Florida- Reggae / Funk

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www.music4pina.com
Get ready for a fresh dose of The Reality! This funkadelic foursome hails from the sunny shores of Tampa, Florida and has hit the bay area with a new sound that has the masses in a daze, like a hot summer’s day. With music as sweet and juicy as the first bite of one of the bands signature pineapples, pin your ears back and listen to their soul drenched music and see why fans are just begging for another sip! Known for their unique blend of funk, jazz, reggae and rock, the collective quartet has brought a fresh and exciting presence to the music scene, always daring to push the limits and break new boundaries. Fans compare us to the classics such as Pink Floyd, and Jimi Hendrix, mixed with modern sounds such as Sublime, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and John Mayer, IF you can wrap your mind around that one. In addition to their wildly innovative original music, The Reality brings their same flair to cover classics such as "Can't Stop" "What I Got" and "Superstition" as we...
January 8

7-8pm: Kristian Veech- Singer-Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/Kristian-Veech-839130502840051/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
Kristian Veech is a Boston based singer-songwriter originally from Binghamton NY. His music constantly defies genre boundaries, with his songwriting ranging anywhere from symphonic art rock epics to quiet folk ballads. For his solo gigs, Kristian takes the stage with only his acoustic guitar, microphones, and loop station; layering sounds to create seamless song arrangements on the spot without the help backing tracks or a band.

8-9pm: No Any Walls - Folk / Rock / Avant-Garde

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www.facebook.com/NoAnyWalls/
Poetic and engaging, No Any Walls adept songwriting rings truer and truer in our ever-distressed world. By way of rich and yearning vocals, above subtle and innovative guitar work there is solace and encouragement to be found.

9-10pm: The Ringos - Psych / Rock

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www.facebook.com/The-Ringos-902497883189036/
The Ringos are a timeless band made up of entirely Ringo's. If you feel your inner Ringo calling out to you, become the Ringo you were always meant to be.

10-11pm: The Trichomes - Funk / Groove / Rock

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www.facebook.com/thetrichomes/
The Trichomes harnesses the eclecticism of their jam-influenced idols, like Lettuce, Soulive, and Consider the Source, showcasing funk, jazz, blues, hip-hop, and even gypsy music.
January 9

*ROCK NIGHT*

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Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am

9-10pm: Kevin Ray Brost - Country / Rock / Blues

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www.facebook.com/kevinraybrost/
Kevin Ray Brost is a Roots Music singer and songwriter blending elements of blues, country, folk, rock, and gospel into a new, signature sound.

11pm-12am: The Hazytones - Rock

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www.facebook.com/TheHazytones/
The Hazytones is a group of stoner rock founded in 2015 in Montreal. The trio stuns the audience with their stage presence and intensity, riff after riff.
January 10

6-7pm: The Tom Blatt Project - Jazz

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www.thejazznetworkworldwide.com/profile/Tomblatt
The Project, It's a case of the sum equals more then the separate parts or maybe like Communism where it's from each their abilities to each their needs. The Project uses elements of contemporary classical music and jazz along with electronic sounds, Latin rhythms, ancient Japanese court music and whatever else we can find that works. Pieces are sometimes a combination of written parts and free improvisation.

7-8pm: Cailin - Folk

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www.facebook.com/CailinsMusic/
Singer-Songwriter CAILIN is thrilled to return to NYC after spending the past year in Nashville

8-11pm: BLUESCRAFT- Music Series

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www.facebook.com/bluescraftnyc/
A twice monthly live music event in downtown New York City. Our manifesto: We are focused on blues, country, blue grass, swing, and other American roots music styles. We feature artists who are fully committed to playing that style of music, not "part timers". BluesCraft is NOT a blues jam. We live in a jam-free zone lol.

8-9pm: David "Doc" French

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www.facebook.com/david.french.9843

9-10pm: Seth Okrend

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10-11pm: The John Earl Walker Band - Electric Blues

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www.johnearlwalker.com
John Earl Walker (Born in Brooklyn, New York May 13th 1951) is an American electric blues guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and producer. John Earl began playing guitar in 1964 at age thirteen. Shortly thereafter he began forming his own bands to play at local gigs in the New York City area.
January 11

6-7pm: Pat Lynch- Singer-Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/patlynchmusic/
Pat Lynch is a singer/songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts. He is currently on tour promoting his new record, "200," a gritty folk epic inspired by the likes of Loudon Wainwright III, Randy Newman, and Chris Bell.

7-8pm: Matt Minigell - Folk

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Matt Minigell is a Boston, Massachusetts-based songwriter, musician, and busker. Matt got his start playing music in Boston punk band Left Hand Blue, who toured regionally and released several albums before disbanding at Somerville, MA’s Davis Square Theater in March 2014. In the days that followed, Matt and ex-Left Hand Blue drummer Patrick Lynch formed the powerpop band Matt and the Lower Standards, who hobbled their way through several ill-fated US tours and recorded a full length album and an E.P. before taking their final bow at T.T. the Bear’s Place in Cambridge, MA as a part of the club’s last week of shows, sharing a marquee with the likes of Mary Lou Lord, The Neighborhoods, The Pixies, and Evan Dando.

9-10pm: Tang Sauce Monthly Residency - Hip Hop

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www.facebook.com/bangdollatang/?fref=ts
Tang brings an old school Hip-Hop flow with a new school perspective, with which he spreads peace, love, and positivity.

11pm-12am: Real Stormin Norman Monthly Residency - Jazz / Rock

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www.facebook.com/realstorminnorman/?fref=nf
Stormin’ Norman Zamcheck is a pianist, singer/songwriter and raconteur. He has been writing songs since he was old enough to pick out a tune on the keyboard and write down the lyrics on his mother’s linen napkins.
January 12

6-7:30pm: 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.

7:30-9pm: Gadadu - Dream Pop / Soul

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www.facebook.com/gadadumusic/
With a kaleidoscopic sense of time and texture, GADADU weaves driving rhythms, dynamic shifts and unorthodox song forms into a unique and mesmerizing sound.

9-10pm: Bernadette Barnes & The JC Band - Soul

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www.facebook.com/SingBernadette/
Independent singer/songwriter Bernadette is one of the premier vocalist of our time. She was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. The city's immense culture and rich heritage deeply influenced her musical style. She got her start singing in the choir at her grandfather's church, were she discovered her love for music and God. Bernadette's style of music transcends genre. Her smooth, jazzy, electrifying vocals are sure to leave you breathless.

10pm-12am: Bakers Alley Soul Band- Soul / Funk

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www.reverbnation.com/bakersalley
Bakers Alley Funk and Soul Band is an NYC based band quickly becoming the hottest and most in demand Funk/ Soul/R&B party band in the tri-state area.
January 13

6-7pm:Katherine Ella Wood- Jazz

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www.katherineellawood.com
Katherine Ella Wood is an actor, jazz singer, and environmentalist born of beautiful Jamaican parents who taught her the importance of being kind, compassionate, using proper grammar, and leaving this green Earth just a little bit brighter than before.

7-8pm: The Library Band- Acoustic Duo

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www.facebook.com/Librarybandband/
Joe and Matt have been playing and writing music together for a long time. As The Library Band, they combine stellar harmonies and multi-instrumental magic to ensure a pleasant reading experience.

10pm-12am: The Unique Band - Soul / R&B

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp0oTZuzge4
The Unique Band is a NY based R band with a style of its own. Our vocalists bring an up close and personal touch to their performance. Our band has a fine group of well rounded musicians that are able to bring a unique flare to the music. We bring the party & the show with us! Even those less inclined to get up and dance have been seen (at the very least) tapping their feet and bopping along to the solid beats & rhythmic SOULFUL repertoire that is The UNIQUE BAND.
January 14

4:30-6pm: The Shrine Sunday Brunch Live Music Special

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www.shrinenyc.com
Alternating hosts with featured acts and an open mic/jam. Enjoy a delicious food and drink menu, great vibes, and a variety of entertainment! Open to all. Hosted by Dillon Mansour!

6-8pm: The Shrine Jazz Jam Session

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Join us at Shrine for a weekly Jam Session every Sunday evening. Bring your instruments and come ready to play!

8-9pm: The Andrew DiMarzo Trio from Boston - Rock / Soul

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www.facebook.com/andrewdimarzo
The Andrew DiMarzo Trio performs jazz rock instrumentals with voice influenced by r&b and soul. Singer and bandleader Andrew DiMarzo hits all the right notes as he displays the depth of his range through vocal runs and riffs.

10pm-12am: Epic Order - Reggae

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www.facebook.com/epicorder/
They say that music is the language of the soul, and nothing could be truer for this Reggae Band. Composed of a group of inspirational musicians and skillful performers, Epic Order have earned their reputation as a talented band to look out for.
January 15

6-8pm: Mary Gatchell - Pop R&B

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www.facebook.com/pages/Mary-Gatchell/172810629403627
Soulful artist, Mary Gatchell, is an accomplished pianist, oboist, composer, and singer. She just released her sixth album, "Real Fantasy", of her own compositions in the pop/soul genres, produced by Leon Lacey and Nathaniel Townsley. Born and raised in New Hampshire in a musical family, she gained a strong foundation in musical theatre, jazz, and classical music.

8pm-12am: The Sifer: Hip Hop & Spoken Word Open Mic

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www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1254550281231192
The Shrine World Music Venue presents The Sifer Hosted by Likwuidity (NYC's Hip Hop & Spoken Word Jam) 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" DATE: September 19, 2016 8PM to MIDNIGHT WHERE: The Shrine World Music Venue (2271 Adam Clayton Powell) COVER: "Collection Plate Style" Suggested Donation (give what you can upon arrival) Doors 8:00PM Show 8:30PM SIGN THE LIST EARLY
January 16

6-7pm: Stan Killian- Jazz

www.stankillian.com
The New York–based tenor saxophonist and composer was born and raised in Texas and began performing professionally at age 16 with his father, Joe Killian, a jazz pianist and Hammond organist who worked in bands led by sax legends Sonny Stitt, Jimmy Ford, and Don Wilkerson. With a saxophone spirit reminiscent of Illinois Jacquet, Arnett Cobb, and James Clay, the twenty-first-century Texas Tenor seeks to modernize this rich lineage by developing a highly personalized compositional approach coupled with a consistent group sound steeped in simpatico and interplay.

*ROCK NIGHT*

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Every Tuesday, 9pm-12am

9-10pm: Fordham Road - Progressive Rock / Indie Rock

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www.fordhamroadband.com/
A progressive rock band from Boston, Massachusetts, influenced by bands such as Rush, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Kansas. Fordham Road's music can be found on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and Bandcamp!
January 17

8pm-3:45am: 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
January 18

6-7pm: The Way Things Go- Jazz

7-8pm: Luke Domozick- Singer Songwriter

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www.lukedomozick.bandcamp.com/album/north-road
Singer songwriter making his way from Western Ma through the Northeast playing original heartfelt emotional music..

8-10pm: Funk Shui -Funk

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www.facebook.com/pg/Funkshuimusic/about/?ref=page_internal
Funk Shui is a 13 member band that plays Funk, Lounge and Rock music. Its members are some of New York City's well known free lance musicians.

10pm-12am - The Yam Session - Afro Jam Collective

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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 Shrine. Everyone is invited! Special guests each session.
January 19

7-8pm: Sean O'Shea - Singer Songwriter

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www.reverbnation.com/livingmylastday
Sean O'Shea comes at you with soulful and emotional lyrics and music, a stage presence and energy not met by many, and a message of living each day to the fullest as if it were your last. The mission is to create music that entertains and inspires.

8-9pm: Dicko Fils from Burkina Faso- Blues

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=d76Hr5jYFeU
Moulaye Dicko, also known by his stage name Dicko Fils, is a Burkinabé musician of Fulɓe origin. He sings and plays the kamale n'goni. He received the Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit from the Ministry of Culture of Burkina Faso in 2011. He also won the Kundé d'Or award in 2016, an award for the best music of Burkina Faso.

9pm-10pm: High Fascination- Rock

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www.facebook.com/highfascination
High Fascination is an original rock and roll band based out of New York City. Their main influences are The Beatles, Avril Lavigne, Led Zepplin and home cookin. They have been part of the Adam Duritz's Outlaw Roadshow and have performed at City Winery in NYC as well as many other venues in the tri state area.

10pm-12am: The Daggers- Rock / Funk / Hip Hop / Reggae

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www.the-daggers.com/EPK
Kyle Brodie (vocals & bass) and Gabriel Morton (vocals & guitar) of The Daggers concoct a high-energy show of original funk, soul, rock, and many other eclectic influences. They built a following on Cape Cod rocking dance floors at boat parties and prominent venues. Their first album, Extended Play (engineered by PJ Goodwin of Debo Band) established them on Cape Cod. Now, in New York City, they prepare to release their second album which showcases their evolution from a rock combo to a band playing diverse genres. Joining them in NYC are drummer Yannick Sabarots and tenor saxophonist David Yee.
January 20

7-8pm: BSOUL Collective

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www.bsoulcollective.com/#!untitled/mainPage
With his passion and extensive knowledge of music, Barry Rubin started his own unit eight years ago known as BSOUL Collective, Beautiful Sounds Of Unity & Love. They are a collective of some of NYC/NJ's finest and funkiest musicians. This creative union of artists blends various styles of Jazz, Fusion, Afro-Beat, African-Carribean flavor, including R&B, Funk, Soul, and much more. The B Soul Collective features various ensembles of a rotating cast of core members that includes: David Lee Jones on alto sax/flute, Jerome White on guitar and vocals, David Stolarz on keys, Ras Josh David on bass, Lou Petto on drums and percussion, & Group Leader Barry Rubin on percussion ​

8-10pm: Sam Waymon and the Magic Band - Blues / R&B / Jazz

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www.myspace.com/samwaymon
Through Sam's own repertoire of over 400 songs as well as covers of some classic tunes, the band can rock and soul any audience. The influences run the gamut of musical tastes from Marvin Gaye to Stevie Ray Vaughn and from Ray Charles to Bob Dylan. The band performs songs in any style from bossa to blues and does not hesitate to brand it with its own approach.

10pm-12am: Sangha Tierra - World / Fusion / Latin

www.sanghatierra.com/about.html
Now with the new self-titled EP SanghaTierra is a 10-piece band from the New York City/New Jersey Area that mixes World & Latin music influences."Sangha" in Sanskrit means a community that is spiritually connected and "Tierra" in Spanish means Earth. Our goal is to create a world community that is spiritually connected through our music.