New York City is undeniably one of the best places in the world for music. Firmly rooted in the history of genres spanning from jazz to hip-hop, some of the most prominent musicians of our time have been born out of the Big Apple, and their legacy has shaped the city immeasurably in the form of many venues and hotspots… Read more →
I had an uplifting experience recently and I need to share it. I have to tell you about my experience at the Public Theater in Joe’s Pub! I had a beyond excellent time and I need to tell you why! It was because I went to see Black Light. I was fortunate enough to get to attend a preview engagement before… Read more →
Last week, I was fortunate enough to win tickets from a music website, SoulBounce for a performance to see King on the date of their album release at Le Poisson Rouge. I definitely felt like VIP because I was put on the guest list with a plus one. And my friend Karina was my date.
Le Poisson Rouge is one of many known music venues in Greenwich Village. When we arrived the place was Read more →
If you’ve read this blog for any length of time, you know I love music. So when I get the chance to see a band I enjoy for a reasonable price, I’m all in. And on a side-note, I try to follow all the venues I like on Twitter or Instagram to keep on top of local performances. And on… Read more →
In October, I took my nephew out for his birthday and being the super Aunt (Tati) that I am I got tickets to a concert at a local record store/venue. The venue was Rough Trade and yes it is a record store, meaning that they actually sell pre CD vinyl records. And in addition to the record store, there’s a… Read more →
This Summer I was fortunate to experience AfroPunk Fest NYC, I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed the experience. AfroPunk Fest is a festival that began 10 years ago and its purpose was to shine more attention to indie rock/punk /hardcore performed by Black bands. The culture of the festival encompasses open-minded, unconventional alternative, skater, punk, hip-hop culture that… Read more →
It was a couple of days before Thanksgiving, when my niece Ariella of Champagne and A Dream, invited me to Chromeo DJ set at the legendary Webster Hall. My niece is a huge Chromeo fan and she found out about this free event on I Love Free Concerts and the group also announced it on their Twitter account. She requested… Read more →