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  March 19

7-11pm: Conclave- Showcase

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www.facebook.com/themonthlyconclave/
The monthly Singer/Songwriters' Conclave is a collection of musicians/songwriters of various musical genres from Blues to Rock to R'n'B to Folk to Pop and everything in between. Founded and organized by Al Grigg (Jovian Music), Al brings together 6 acts on a monthly basis from the rotating group to deliver new original music as well as familiar and tasteful cover tunes.

11pm-12am: ROSALIE- Singer / Songwriter

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www.iamrosaliemusic.com
ROSALIE is comprised of some of New York’s top musicians, bringing to life the songs of vocalist and song writer, Megan Rose. Featuring Scott Thomas Ferreira (guitar), Ian Underwood (bass/keys) and Logan Michaels (drums), Rosalie ebbs and flows through indie rock, with candid and haunting story telling.

12-3:45am: DJ Saddam from Ivory Coast

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www.facebook.com/LUCKY.MASERATI
Dj saddam from Ivory Coast 🇨🇮!! Afrobeat DJ , Hip Hop ,House and more !!With 20 years of experience, the Multi- talented DJ is known in music entertainment as Host, Singer and played at many African Americans events including the international Mafrika Festival ,etc.
March 20

6-8pm: Ben Sher Organ Trio- Jazz

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www.bensherguitarist.com/
Ben Sher’s new Organ trio revisits and revises the classic bluesy/jazz format updating it with funky Brazilian, Afro-Cuban, and gospel grooves.

8-10pm: Pumkin Escobar and Friends- Comedy

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www.facebook.com/PumkinEscobarAndFriends/
The finest FREE comedy show that NYC has to offer is BACK and here's where you can find out all about it! Show dates, lineups and goodies!

10-11pm: Supa Dupa w / Nelson Dialect- HipHop / Jazz

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www.facebook.com/SupaDupaOfficiel/
Supa Dupa is a live Hip Hop band from Lyon, France. Those 6 musicians, of jazz influence, have already released 2 EPs and are currently finishing up their 3rd one. Their set will pay tribute to these jazz roots while incorporating the spice of contemporary Hip Hop. Supa Dupa regularly tour in France and Europe, but this trip is their first time playing across the ocean, and let me tell you that they’re excited about it.

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - Worldly Beats

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
March 21

6-8pm: Aaron Irwin Sextet- McBone Jazz Series

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www.aaronirwin.com
Aaron Irwin is a saxophonist, multi-woodwind instrumentalist, composer, and educator. He has degrees in music from DePaul University (BM) in Chicago, IL and the University of Miami (MM) in Miami, FL. Originally from Decatur, IL, Aaron lives in New York City where he practices, composes, performs, teaches, and paces the room thinking about things.

8-10pm: City Love NYC - Showcase

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www.facebook.com/citylovenyc/
City Love NYC is a monthly showcase for up and coming artists to share their talent with others. Accompanied by a house band, the artists perform their original material along with covers creating a quality music experience! #citylovenyc

10-11pm: SoundTrip - Fusion

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www.soundcloud.com/search?q=quattrosounds
Sound Trip infuses the mixture of different styles of music including funk, jazz, fusion, Latin and Soul. Encompassed with a foundation of blues the sultry songs with vocals will resonate in the soul of everyone who hears it. The musicians are all seasoned and proficient in there instruments. Playing for many years each of us has played the Shrine Venue dozens of times and also has played Silvana's. A musical experience and a trip through many sounds is what's expected.

11pm-12am: EZ 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.

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.
March 22

6-7pm: Matt Wolfe- Jazz

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www.mattwolfeguitar.com
Matt Wolfe is a New York-based guitarist, composer, and band-leader whose work has allowed him to travel extensively. He has performed with a host of great talent including Alan Baylock, Gary Williams, Nik Page, Debbie Gravitte, and Brent Barrett among many others. He has performed at 54 Below in New York, Blues Alley and the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and played at the Novosibirsk Jazz Festival in Russia.

7-8pm: Syd Perry / Roots Reggae singer-songwriter

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www.sydperry.com/
My name is Syd Perry, I am a Roots Reggae singer-songwriter. Jamaican/Canadian originally from Toronto. I sing, play rhythm guitar (12-string acoustic) and play Blues harmonicas. Although I often cover Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown and more, I write, compose, arrange and perform all my own original music, which I call 'Roots Blues Reggae'.

8-9pm: Cheia De Soul - Funk / Blues / Soul

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www.cheiadesoul.bandcamp.com
NYC-based Cheia De Soul plays original music fusing elements of Brazilian samba with American soul, funk, jazz, and pop with lyrics sung in the inherently melodic and beautiful language of Portuguese. Having met while playing samba in a Carnaval-style percussion ensemble, the band aims to inspire the contagious joy, desire to dance and to celebrate life felt in samba music.

9-10m: JOOSIE LOOSIE- Soul / Funk / R&B

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www.facebook.com/zabzmusic/
Joosie Loosie an all female-lead musical collective, bringing soul, rnb and reggae rhyme and reason to stages across New York City. Formed in Boston Massachusetts, and finding their way down to Brooklyn New York, the members of the Soul Mamas join us from all corners of the globe, and collectively have performed nationally and internationally with some of the biggest names in music today.

10pm-12am: Bruff Da Crowd Pleaser- Rock / R&B / Hip Hop

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www.facebook.com/bruff.crowdpleaser
The wait is over, DaCrowdPleaSeR is here!, if you want entertainment you come to the right place I'm not a Singer, not a Rapper- not even an entertainer Ladies and Gentlemen and especially ladies BruffdaCrowdpPleaSer is a CULT FIGuRE!!

12-3:45am: DJ Saddam from Ivory Coast

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www.facebook.com/LUCKY.MASERATI
Dj saddam from Ivory Coast 🇨🇮!! Afrobeat DJ , Hip Hop ,House and more !!With 20 years of experience, the Multi- talented DJ is known in music entertainment as Host, Singer and played at many African Americans events including the international Mafrika Festival ,etc.
March 23

6-7pm: Ani Papanyan & Torben Purz - Jazz

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www.soundcloud.com/user-477322068-689407316/ani-papanyan-torben-purz-summertime
Ani Papanyan is an Armenian singer who performs in various genres, including jazz, blues, soul, and pop. She has been performing in various jazz clubs and open air concerts both in Armenia and France. She won several awards including best performance representing the French culture. Torben Purz gained early experience with his jazz quartet "Mind the gap", based in Germany. Concerts, include an appearance at the "Neuenhauser Kulturpass" festival featuring performances of established artists within the European and global jazz scene such as Al Di Meola, Tommy Emmanuel and Juilliard String Quartet. His style has been described by delighted critics as "eclectic", and "expressive".

7-8pm: KGVYK Quartet - World Music

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www.kenkobayashi.net
KGVYK is a world music quartet, based in New York City. The multi-faceted group features Uri Gurvich (Sax, Israel), Hajime Yoshida (Guitar, Japan), Andrea Veneziani (Bass, Italy) and Ken Kobayashi (Drums, Japan). Each member masters authentic jazz techniques and plays at the many live performances worldwide. KGVYK seamlessly fuses own unique backgrounds and idioms into Eastern European influenced music and beyond.

8-9pm: Spread the Word- World / Jazz

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www.edumora.com
Spread the word is a project focused in the arrangements and mixture of popular music with different genres like world music, folk music and jazz. Creating an interesting new palette of musical colors and flavors. Vox: Sasha Dubyk Sax: Luis Alberto Sigüenza Guitar: Edu Mora Costa Bass: Dylan DeBiase Drums: Reggie Thomas Jr.

9-10pm: Joy on Fire- Funk / Rock

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www.joyonfire.com
“The sounds of Joy on Fire are energetic and progressive, featuring dark, edgy bass lines reminiscent of rock licks on a spectrum from the Pixies to Black Sabbath combined with the punctuated horn melodies whose addition call to mind Herbie Hancock jams.”

10pm-12am: Danaya Band - World Music

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www.facebook.com/danayaband/
Danaya Band was founded in New York City in 2017 by Aboubacar Dembele, bass player/percussionist son of renowned Malian musician Bamba Dembele. Seasoned, world-traveled artists of West African backgrounds, Danaya’s sound is steeped in traditions passed down from father to son and pays tribute to the energy and rhythms of Malian, Mandingo, Afrobeat music and more.

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - World Music Coup

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
March 24

10am-1pm: UPTOWN FLICKS for Kids presents: TOMBOY

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www.sorteer.com/event/tomboy
French filmmaker Celine Sciamma builds on the promise of her acclaimed debut Water Lilies with a beautifully understated, naturalistic drama about childhood gender identity confusion that’s both touching and gently humorous. It centers on 10-year-old Laure, who has moved with her family to a new neighborhood on the outskirts of Paris during the summer holidays. With her short-haired, boyish looks and tomboy ways, the local kids mistake her for a boy. Instead of correcting them, she introduces herself as Michael and starts living a double-life, with her parents unaware of her secret, and her six-year-old sister persuaded to play along. Her situation becomes more complicated as she grows closer to local girl Lisa, and tension builds around the fact her deception can't last forever.

6-7pm: Joe Barna - Jazz

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www.albanyjazz.com/musicians/joebarna.html
Joe Barna is a composer and drummer who's music and playing span the entire jazz idiom from swing and bebop, to hard bop, soul jazz, and modern. After finishing his degree in jazz studies from The Purchase College Conservatory of Music, Joe moved back to the Capital Region to continue writing and performing. Some of the teachers that have influenced this young drummer/composer have been John Riley, Adam Nussbaum, Hal Galper, Jon Faddis, Todd Coolman and Charles Blenzig. Joe's main influences as a drummer are Roy Haynes, "Philly" Joe Jones, Elvin Jones, Max Roach, Paul Motian, Art Blakey, Idris Mohammed, and Tony Williams.

7-8pm: Walter Cano- Jazz

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www.waltercano.com
Walter Cano is a trumpeter, composer, and arranger living from New York City. Originally hailing from the Pacific Northwest with Peruvian roots, his group blends jazz and Afro-Peruvian music. Currently Cano is working with an exciting new quintet, making its debut at Silvana.

8-9pm: Catherine Britt- Singer / Songwriter

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www.catherinebritt.com
Catherine spent 6 years in Nashville and has toured, performed and recorded with some of music’s most respected names - Kasey Chambers, Paul Kelly, Sir Elton John, Shane Nicholson, Jerry Salley, Tim Rogers, Dave Faulkner, John Waters & Kenny Chesney - and has worked with some of Australia’s and Americas finest producers.

9-11pm: Gary Sieger & Friends-R&B / Soul

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www.facebook.com/GarySiegerandfriends/
Gary Sieger and Friends has been performing regularly at Creole Restaurant and Jazz Club (2167 3rd Avenue) as well as other venues since 2009. They also opened for The Levon Helm Band at the Midnight Ramble in Woodstock. The band features the soulful Maxine Brown and Beverly Crosby on vocals.

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.
March 25

6-7pm: Gil Schwartz Jazz Duo

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UoIWXAkygE
Gil Schwartz plays warm Swingin Jazz from the heart of the Big Apple!

7-8pm: The Speak Freely Trio- Jazz / HipHop

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www.instagram.com/drewvmusic/
The Speak Freely Trio- consists of three NYC musicians making music for the mind, body and spirit. Drew Vandewinckel (Triad Brass, Brighton Beat, Ed Palermo Big Band) on Saxophone, Tom Wilson (Joe Benjamin and A Might Handful) on Synth and Key Bass, and David Frazier Jr. (Sza, Gabriel Garzon Montano, Thieves) on Drums, seamlessly combine the rhythms of Hip Hop, the Harmony of Jazz and the sounds of EDM to create something truly unique.

8-9pm: Sixth Avenue- Groove / Soul

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www.youtu.be/Ofzpi2HJ5Is
An international New York-born band with energizing stage presence, Sixth Avenue brings audience a combination of retro-Japanese 90s funk and music of contemporary American and British soulful artists including Annie lennox, Sade, Carly Simon with undeniable grooves.

9pm-12am: The Jam Of Now - Open Jam Session

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www.facebook.com/bagdaddymusic/?ref=br_rs
Danceable, rousing, and energetic, Jack Ross is all about fusing styles to create an unforgettable live show. The group displays virtuosic talent and precision musicianship. Drawing on his experience as a jazz, funk, and afrobeat drummer, Graham Doby (The Funk Ark, John Lee, John D'earth) formed Jack Ross almost immediately upon moving to New York City in 2014. The initial lineup – which included bassist Clint Greenlee, guitarist Brett Jones, and keyboardist Peter DelGrosso – wasted little time blending elements ranging from hip hop to math rock. With the addition of vocalist and frontwoman Noël Simoné Wippler, Jack Ross incorporated qualities of pop and soul to their sound, and new levels of fire and energy to their live performance.
March 26

7-9pm: Late Night with the Barnes - Variety Show

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www.eventbrite.com/e/late-night-with-the-barnes-tickets-42153018814
A weekly open mic hosted by comedian Eugene T. Barnes with live music by Bernadette Barnes and They Call Me Dope. Every 3rd FRIDAY of the month at 7-9pm.
March 27

6-7pm: Fassett & Rubenstein- Jazz

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www.facebook.com/fassettandrubenstein/
Fassett & Rubenstein is the latest project of NYC-based jazz musicians Kacey Fassett (alto saxophone) and Talia Rubenstein (guitar). The two met while studying at NYU and play a range of jazz, singer/songwriter, and original music.

7-8pm: Andrew DeNicola- Jazz

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www.andrewdenicolamusic.com
Andrew DeNicola is an up and coming jazz saxophonist and composer. Having moved to NYC recently Andrew is ready to share his unique original music with the world. His debut album as a leader entitled "The Life of an Aquarius" has just been released, which included all original material played by 14 other musicians. This concert will be showcasing his unique writing and improvisational skills. Andrew's music is influenced by Jazz, Rock, R&B, Brazilian, Afro Cuban, Funk, Classical, and many other genres. He will be joined by a quartet augmented by 7 other musicians throughout the performance.

8-9pm: Daphne Mia Essiet - Singer Songwriter

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www.soundcloud.com/daphnemiaessiet
Poet Daphne Mia E. is a woman of a rich cultural background. The American born Franco-Nigerian artist has been over the years involved in a multitude of projects, but only recently decided to focus on releasing her own material. Her multifaceted body of work if influenced by self-discovery, Womanhood and Love, and delivered through music, visual art and poetry.

9-10pm: Hive - Fusion

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www.hivemusic.net
Members of Hive have played extensively in New York and the states, and have appeared internationally in Germany, France and the Netherlands. Collectively, members of the trio have played the following venues: Pianos, Cake Shop, 12-Nights Miami: Electronic Music and Arts Festival, San Francisco Festival of Contemporary Music, Subterranean Art House, The Stone, Merkin Concert Hall, The Firehouse Space, Vaudeville Park, Arelene’s Grocery, ABC No Rio, The Secrete Theatre, Volksbhune, The Salvador Dali Museum, The Path Café, Goodbye Blue Monday, The Way Station, The Gutter, Le Temps Machine, Silvana, An Beal Bacht, Botanica, The Queens Kickshaw, and Melkweg, amongst numerous other venues.

10pm-12am: Jamhattan - Jazz / Rock / Indie / Open Jam

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www.facebook.com/events/464207150679833/
Kenny Johnson and Luke Markham lead this monthly open jam. Every last Wednesday.

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - Worldly Beats

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
March 28

6-8pm: Marshall Gilkes-McBone Jazz Series

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www.marshallgilkes.com
Köln, Marshall Gilkes and the WDR Big Band has Been nominated for Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album and Marshall’s Composition “Vesper” has been nominated for Best Instrumental Composition. “This is an early contender for album of the year.” – Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz

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.

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.
March 29

6-7pm: Joe Pino Quintet - Jazz

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www.joepinojazz.com
Joe Pino, trumpet, teacher/educator, and endorsed Adams Flugelhorn Artist started playing trumpet at the age of ten. Joe has won many outstanding soloist awards, including two given by Herb Pomeroy and Greg Hopkins.

7-8pm: Robert Lotreck- Jazz

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www.robertlotreck.wixsite.com/website
Robert Lotreck, a drummer rising from the great jazz background of Hartford, Connecticut, has studied under Jimmy Cobb, Jason Marsalis, and Ben Bilello. His new ensemble will feature bright young players from the nationally selective Grammy Band as well as others from across the city of New York.

8-10pm: Gotham Rock- Rock

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gEPlOKLKas&feature=youtu.be
Pierre Henderson & Wayne Hunt, two guys that have a long history of performing rock shows, through out the New York area. Pierre Hnederson has playd internationally & through out the states. Wayne Hunt has played with the Norman Davis Band for the last 15years & he’s still performing with that band…in the NYC area! Rodney Childes is the bassist in the band & he’s an accomplished & seasoned musician, Rodney plays with a number of musicians through out the NYC area also & he’s a studio musician for hire. Danny Edell has all the credentials anyone could ask for & he;s currently playing through out the Long Island area. He’s a Major player in the Hot Rocks Band!!! Rock & Roll Original material & classic tunes from the 60,s & 70’s era…..Heavy Duty Band.

10pm-12am: Nando Griffiths & Kingston 8 - Reggae / Soca

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www.reverbnation.com/nandogriffithsmusic
"Kingston 8" was founded by singer, songwriter, recording artist Nando Griffiths as his official backing band. Featuring some of the top musicians from the NYC area, Nando and his crew are well suited to sound out his unique blend of Reggae, R&B, and Soul music, while creating a culturally immersive experience which draws from the richness of the past and the modern sounds of today and tomorrow!
March 30

6-7pm: Berta Moreno Afro-Jazz Soul Project

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=tL1X48rUOM
Berta Moreno Afro-Jazz Soul Project presents a brand new project “HOPE” based on a personal experience living for few weeks in the slums of Kenya (Africa). The project is a a very interesting and highly original proposal for the ear in which jazz, blues, latin, african rhythms and soul mixed together to captivate any kind of audience. Project wants to reflect the joy, beauty and love found in the streets of the slums in Africa and make the audience feel the essence of Motherland.

7-8pm: The Library Band- Acoustic / Indie / World

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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.

8-9pm: Men of a Certain Age - Folk

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www.menofacertainage.nyc/
Men of a Certain Age is the natural log of Bad Hombres. Simply put, it is a handmade fusion of reggae, folk, jazz and rock. Songwriter, Harry Chronic (Scott Schneidman) is Guitars and Vocals, while David “Baby Powder” Park handles Bass and Vocals. Samuel “Skins” Hurlbut is on Drums and recent addition, Dan “The” Schwartzman is on Piano/Keyboards. They are evenly split between the Upper West Side and Washington Heights NYC.

9-10pm: Lucy & Freyja- Jazz / Groove

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www.lucycliffordmusic.com/lucy-clifford-quartet
Bassist Lucy Clifford presents music that travels beyond the fringes of jazz, fusion and groove, featuring Anggie Obin on flute, Julian Velasco on vibraphone and Jessie Cox on drums.

10pm-12am: Kepaar - Music from Senegal

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www.soundcloud.com/kepaaribrahim
KEPAAR IBRAHIM IS A TRUE AMERICAN AFRICAN RESIDING IN NEW YORK CITY WHOSE STYLE OF MUSIC CROSSES ALL CONTINENTS LIKE HIS VERY OWN STORY. OFTEN PEOPLE ASK IS IT REGGAE, POP, AFRO-BEAT? HE ANSWERS, AFRO-FUSION!

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - World Music Coup

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
March 31

6-7pm: Vernau Mier- Jazz

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www.vernaumier.com
Vernau was born in Girona in 1994 and is now based in Barcelona. He began to study classical guitar and violin, starting saxophone later at the age of 11. Three years later he became acquainted with Dani Alonso, with whom he discovered jazz and started the JBBG (Youth Big Band of Girona), which has since become a cornerstone of the Girona jazz scene.

7-8pm: Jacob Varmus Quartet - Jazz

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www.jacobvarmus.com
Jacob Varmus left his hometown, San Francisco, in 1991 to go to the University of Iowa. Like many before him, he had high hopes of coming of age as a poet while cruising the vast American heartland. He saw language and experience as the tools to probe the deepest layers of the human psyche. In his first year he was admitted to the undergraduate writers' workshop where he studied with Jorie Graham. As he produced poems unremittingly and charted the labyrinthine maze of academic life as an English major, he also played trumpet devotedly, getting a good classical foundation with David Greenhoe. Although not set on a career in music he was nonetheless engrossed in the music of the great jazz trumpeters, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis, to name a few. Chet Baker and Woody Shaw were also early favorites and of special import to his trumpet sound then and now.

8-10pm: The Justin Rothberg Group - Funk

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www.facebook.com/Thejustinrothberggroup/
We try to explore a variety of different styles of music. While the group is firmly dedicated to jazz, we try to stay as open minded as possible. Songs are influenced by hiphop, funk, dub reggae, Latin, world music, and anything else the band has been listening to. To keep the music from sounding stiff, everyone tries to trust each other's musical taste. Even though I write all of the tunes, it's still a very open vibe on stage. No matter what song the band is playing, we're always open to experimentation.

10-11pm: Bazaar- World / Folk / Middle-eastern / Mediterranean

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www.facebook.com/BazaarBandNYC/
Bazaar blends a variety of global acoustic styles using energetic, inventive arrangements, and drawing on influences from across the Near East and Europe. This ensemble's instrumental sets can best be described as a celebratory, cross-cultural conversation among good friends.

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.
April 1

7-8pm: Common Quartet- Jazz

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www.commonquartet.com/
Common Quartet is a collaborative ensemble featuring some of the finest jazz musicians in New York, tenor saxophonist Seth Trachy, pianist Nitzan Gavrieli, bassist Pablo Menares, and drummer Alex Wyatt. A collective of composers and improvisers, their works are extremely varied in their style and mood, combining standards and lyrical original compositions in a modern presentation of the jazz tradition. Having performed regularly together for over half a decade, their kinship and creativity shine within every song.

8-9pm: Blak Emoji (Solo)- Pop Alt / Rock Electrorock

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www.facebook.com/blakemoji/
Kelsey Warren has been around the block, having fronted a long-running and successful rock band based on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. But Blak Emoji, the current face of Kelsey Warren, is something entirely different and new--both for Warren himself and for the listener weary of monotonous music trends.

9pm-12am: Jazz Mondays- (ohl)

April 2

6-6:45pm: Cait Devin- Singer / Songwriter

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www.caitdevin.com
Cait Devin is a shred guitarist and songstress from Upstate New York. With music that is original, heavy, and lively, she fronts the hard rock/metal band @devinityreign . SAMMYS peoples choice finalist in New York for 2018, Devin continues to work on several projects for the new year.

6:45-7:30pm: Julianne Cary- Singer / Songwriter

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www.juliannecary.com/
Julianne Cary is a New York based singer-songwriter. Due to her powerful yet sweet sound, her vocal styling is often compared to that of Amy Winehouse, Eva Cassidy and Sara Bareilles. Julianne started writing songs at the age of 8. Julianne is the winner of the Josie Music Award of "Best Female Pop Artist of the Year" for 2018. The Josie Music awards is the largest independent musician award show. She was chosen out of 13,000+ submissions and is very proud to hold this title!

7:30-11:30pm: Private Event (ohl)

April 3

6-7pm: Franglais - Gypsy Jazz / World

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www.reverbnation.com/franglais
Franglais is currently the only child of Ben Wood and Eve Seltzer's marriage. On a trip to Samois for the Django Rheinhart festival, it dawned on them that although Django played with vocalists, that there were no gypsy jazz bands featuring one. After many incarnations, the band finally settled on its current lineup of lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass, and of course, vocals. Franglais seeks to blend the rhythmic drive of gypsy jazz, the nostalgia of French chanson, and the distinct soul of American music.

7-10pm: Beera Ve Nashira

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www.eventbrite.com/e/beera-venashira-tickets-57114211143
After the success series of Beera Venashira, we're bringing the Israeli party style once again to Silvana. Come join us for a night of Israeli music; the new and the old - the sounds and tastes of home. "Beera VeNashira" is a concert-party, held by an Israeli cover band, accompanied by drinks and pure good vibes from the Holy Land. From Kaveret and Shlomo Artzi, through Mosh Ben-Ari, all the way to Sarit Hadad and Omer Adam - we keep it diverse and eclectic, just like it is in Israel.

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - Worldly Beats

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
April 4

6-8pm:Matt McDonald- McBone Jazz Series

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www.mattmcdonaldmusic.com
Trombonist Matt McDonald has performed at numerous jazz festivals and venues around the world, including North Sea, Montreux, Umbria, Spoleto, and Ottawa Jazz Festivals, as well as, The Blue Note, Birdland, Carnegie Hall, The Bb Jazz Club in Tokyo, and many others. Since moving to New York in 2003, he has performed with countless ensembles including the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Wynton Marsalis, The Max Weinberg Big Band, Mambo Legends Orchestra, Danny Seraphine’s “CTA”, Gregorio Uribe, The Temptations, The Four Tops, and The Christian McBride Big Band.

8-9pm: Spaghetti Eastern - Instrumental / Rock

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www.reverbnation.com/spaghettieasternmusic
Can techno-bebop-metal-fired instrumentals co-exist with vocal tunes inspired by the madcap geniuses of ‘60s pop? What if you added ambient soundtracks a la Morricone/Fripp and clavinet-singed funky blues from the P-Funk playbook? Top it off with acoustic ballads where smiley melodies camouflage bitter lyricism about broken love, often rendered in off-beat tunings, and you sorta begin to complete the recipe. They can and do on “Sketches of Spam,” the 16-track, 69-minute, genre-surfing debut release from Spaghetti Eastern Music (Bad Egg Records, 30003), the solo project of New York-based guitarist/keyboardist/vocalist Sal Cataldi.

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.
April 5

6-7pm: Nam- Acoustic Soul ohl

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www.soundcloud.com/namsounds
NAM is an acoustic R&B group specializing in Slow Jams, soulful covers, and vocal harmonies

7-8pm: Chelsea Lee- Jazz

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www.chelsealeesmart.com/
Adelaide-born jazz vocalist Chelsea Lee, graduated with first class honours at The Elder Conservatorium of music in 2016, after receiving the 2015 award of Top Jazz Voice Undergraduate with Helpmann Academy. In 2015, Chelsea was invited to Betty Carter’s Jazz Ahead residency program in Washington, D.C., where she workshopped and performed original material at The Kennedy Centre with other established composers and mentors, such as Jason Moran, Eric Harland and Eric Revis. In 2017, Chelsea was awarded the Mike Stewart Memorial Award, where she was able to study under Jazz mentors in New York City for two months in 2018. With her quartet, she has created a unique sound of dark contemporary jazz that combines modern harmony with poetic lyricism.

8-9pm: Shelly Bhushan - Soul / Pop

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www.shellybhushan.com
The Texas native has been belting her soulful heart out practically since birth. She�s sung in many projects, everything from choral to swing, funk to classical, but always wanted to do her own thing...

9-10pm: Cody West, Unlimited Soul Band - Urban R&B

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www.facebook.com/CalvinWestJohnson
Calvin " Cody West " Johnson is a Guitarist / Singer / Songwriter. he has CDs, he is ready for Star Greatness. his band Cody West, Unlimited Soul Next Level Band will Rock you. go see them perform you will have great time.

10pm-12am: Keur Gui from Senegal- Live Hip Hop

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www.keurgui.net
Sharp.Intense.Outspoken.Heartfelt.Keurgui, Thiat and Kilifeu, from Senegal, have been more than 20 years on stage using Hip-Hop to break with traditions and rising awareness. They turned their lyrics into action in the streets and created the movement Y’en a Marre which made the former President to step down. Even if Hip-Hop is their base, you can find pop, rock, heavy metal, Afro funk in their music. They are consistently looking for ways to reinvent musically. Now they have found a perfect ally on Waliyaane Band, a band of eight versatile and talented musicians with whom to explore for new sounds. Keurgui is well-known in the African continent but it has a wider audience since they’ve performed in main european countries (France, Denmark, Germany, Spain), Japan and in USA in festivals like One Mic in Kennedy Center (D.C) or Trinity International Festival (Conneticut).
April 6

6-7pm: Moussa Sanou - Mandingue Fusion

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www.sanoumoussa.wixsite.com/moussakorasanou
MOUSSA SANOU was born in Bobo-Dioulasso (a small city of Burkina Faso in North Africa) surrounded by a large family of musicians: his grandmother was a "griotte" (storyteller) of great fame, his mother a singer of traditional music and his father drummer in an orchestra. At the age of 7 he undertook the study of djembé (drum of African origin) and a little later he started playing the N'goni (pentatonic string instrument).

7-8pm: David Zheng - Jazz / Hip-hop / Fusion

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www.drive.google.com/file/d/1vCswLJHzduyM-38-tKD_2KmRLpwwZoAH/view
Hailing from Rhode Island, jazz pianist and composer David Zheng graduated from Princeton University in 2014 and is currently a master's student at Manhattan School of Music. Having played extensively in the Philadelphia area (at premiere jazz venues such as Chris' Jazz Cafe) but currently based in NY, the David Zheng Quartet plays swinging jazz and groove music inspired by both traditional and contemporary jazz/hip hop with repertoire consisting of both standards and original compositions.

8-9pm: Crosswalk Anarchy-HipHop / Fusion

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www.facebook.com/CrosswalkAnarchy/
Crosswalk Anarchy is a collective of 5 NEW YORK-based musicians who seek to blow your mind with their arsenal of sophisticated hip-hop/fusion originals and still have you singing along.

9-10pm: Jesse & The Hogg Brothers - Country

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www.facebook.com/JesseAndTheHoggBrothers/
Jesse & The Hogg Brothers was formed in north Texas and is currently based out of Jamaica Plain, MA. But make no mistake about it this is a Texas band and loaded with Texas pride, celebrating an authentic style of modern country music.

10pm-12am: King Tappa - Reggae

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www.facebook.com/kingtappamusic
His performing name is King Tappa but he was born Kurt Prince, in 1979. Kurt grew up in Marigot and attended the Wills Strathmore Stevens Primary School up to the age of 10. He left Dominica in 1989 for St. Croix. In 1992, he moved from St.Croix and now makes his home in New Jersey. Music has alw...

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - World Music Coup

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
April 7

6-7pm: Tamuro Rie from Japan - Singer Songwriter

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www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=nvMhb8wbpFM&app=desktop
Tamuro Rie is 24 years old singer song writer from Nara, Japan. She started to play the guitar when she was 14 and also started writing songs, live show on the street and gigs. Now she has more than 150 original songs. She has moved to NY August 2015 and started new carrier. She got monthly performance at Silvana(NY) and also has performed several places, Silvana NY, Shrine NY, Bowery Electric NY etc.

7-8pm: Zohar Mokady- Jazz

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www.facebook.com/zohar.amar.33
Zohar Mokady Amar quintet consists students from the New School, our music is hybrid if atmosheric jazz, indie rock and classical music. We are inspired in our music by artists such as Radiohead, Chopin, and the Miles Davis second great quintet. Zohar Mokady Amar - Tenor Saxohone Amir Bar Akiva - Drums Solomon gotfrid - Double bass Guy Moskovich - Keyboard

8-10pm: Rock' N Roll Johnny & Friends - Rock

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www.rocknrolljohnny.com
Rock 'n' Roll Johnny is a well-known singer/songwriter on the New York City music scene. He connects with his audiences through his high-energy performances of his rock 'n' roll and blues compositions and well-known covers. Check out his website for more information and to hear his studio recordings: www.rocknrolljohnny.com

10-11pm: Arki - Ethiopian Groove

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www.facebook.com/arkisound/
Influenced by the classic recordings made in Ethiopia in the 1960s and 1970s Arki Sound performs music for your dancing and listening pleasure.

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.
April 8

7-8pm: Reverend Codger - Singer / Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/reverendcodger/?fref=ts
Neil Murphy is a singer-songwriter guitarist based in New York City who has been chronicling his personal foibles, obsessions and observations for audiences for years. He has recently taken to performing as Reverend Codger and will be appearing as such at Silvana this evening.

8-9pm: Nick Biello Quintet featuring Greta Matassa- Jazz

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www.nickbiellomusic.com
Saxophonist Nick Biello leads a rhythm section of up and coming NY stars with special guest West coast vocal ace Greta Matassa.
April 9

7-9pm: ROOMRS Open Mic (ohl)

Presented in partnership with Harlem Stage.com 9-11pm

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www.instagram.com/harlemstage/
Performing arts center that bridges Harlem's cultural legacy to contemporary artists of color & dares to provide artistic freedom to birth new ideas.
April 10

6-8pm: 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.

8pm-11pm: The Poet will be Televised- Poetry Showcase

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www.facebook.com/events/172276403379540/
For three years running, The REC (Royaltie Entertainment Company) has hosted the best poetry jam session in New York City! "The Poet WILL Be Televised!" will hold a special event on every second Wednesday at Silvana! Hosted by hip-hop artist Baxter P Wordsworth, "The Poet WILL Be Televised" pays homage to Gil Scott Heron, iconic for the world-renowned poem "The Revolution Will Not be Televised." We allow poets, spoken word and hip hop artists, and neo-soul singers to come together with a live band to improvise their written word in a new, fresh way. If you would like to perform during the open mic, please remember, TRACKS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THIS EVENT! The live band will be happy to assist you in any musical stylings you may desire. For more information: https://www.facebook.com/groups/869186236438386/ For past episodes visit https://youtu.be/T5gvL6iJF5k For music from The Poet: http://soundcloud.com/thereclife
April 11

6-8pm: Scott Reeves- McBone Jazz Series

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www.creativejazz.com
Scott Reeves is a Professor of Music at the City College of New York and has also been on the faculties of the Juilliard School, University of Southern Maine, Virginia Commonwealth University, University of Memphis and Western Washington University. He is the author of jazz improvisation texts, compositions and arrangements for large jazz ensemble, and a noted New York-based performer, recording artist and clincian."

8-9pm: Daisy Anabelle-Pop

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www.daisyanabelle.com
Daisy Anabelle’s introspective pop-infused melodic songs have always been intended both for personal expression and to connect with her listeners. Two years ago new inspiration came after experiencing the positive effects of meditation. She found an oasis in upstate NY and went on a silent retreat - alone. Bringing a device to capture different sounds in nature (frogs' ribbit, birds chirping, water running, crickets talking), she has introduced them into a collection of songs channelled by the process of heartbreak, mindfulness and solitude.

9-10pm: Hide Inaba Band -Singer / Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/hideinabanyc/
Hide Inaba* is a Japanese singer, songwriter and producer. He is based on New York and performs mainly New York, London, Tokyo and a few European Countries in this a couple of years include Music festival “make music New York 2015, 2016” and Figment New York 2017. The style of his music is very unique and influenced many elements of fork ,rock, Latin, Jazz and R&B with using Japanese, English and little bit of Spanish.
April 12

6-7pm: Matt Mannino- Jazz (ohl)

7-8pm: Chris Saunders- Singer / Songwriter

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www.chrissaundersmusic.com/
Chris Saunders is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Manhattan. As both a solo musician and collaborator, he has written and performed songs ranging from singer/songwriter and rock to reggae and funk.

8-9pm: Cindy Rainne -R&B / Pop / Soul

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www.cindyrainne.com
Singer-songwriter Cindy Rainne was taunted and teased as a young girl. Her coping mechanism became crafting an effervescent exterior—to outsiders, she was bubbly, filled with sunshine, all smiles. It was a disguise further enhanced by her prodigious musical talents. Whether she was making a musical appearance or a social one, it was all a performance. However, through using her musical gifts to heal her soul, she’s found the courage to face down the specters of her past. Now, she steps into the light with The Mask, a masterful debut EP that promotes self-love and self-expression.

9-10pm: Cold Fujon - Funk

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www.coldfujon.com/#meltdown-tour
COLD FUJON is a New York-based Funk/Jazz ensemble featuring touring artists coming together to perform up-tempo and hard-hitting fusion jazz with a driving beat. Horns and rhythm section combine with the full force of funk!

10pm-12am: La Familia Reggae Son-Reggae / Latin

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www.facebook.com/lafamiliareggaeson/
La Familia Reggae Son is what happens when musicians from different genres get together and mix there music together: Son, Salsa, Cumbia, Merengue & Reggae
April 13

6-7pm: Lukas Pfeil & Friends- Jazz

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1yxhw-IOBo
German jazz saxophonist Lukas Pfeil reunites with friends from his college days in New York. The Quintet will be playing standard arrangements and originals in the hard bop tradition.

7-9pm: Peter Galperin Band - Singer Songwriter

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www.petergalperin.com
With a Russian classical violinist father and a Canadian cellist mother, Peter was surrounded by music from an early age. A Seattle native and grunge rock refugee, he moved to New York City in the early 1980's where he was soon signed to a songwriting development deal. A vocalist and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, violin, piano, mandolin, bass), Peter has collaborated on projects with producer/saxophonist Robert Aaron (who has worked with David Bowie, Talking Heads, and Laurie Anderson), Wayne Kramer (MC5), and has composed music for a variety of dance performances and independent film soundtracks. - See more at:

9-10pm: Seeing Voices - Alternative / Rock

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www.seeingvoices.net/music.html
Suzanne and Richard Hockstein have 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: M'Bolo - Mbalax / Afro-pop

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www.mboloband.com
M'bolo plays mbalax, the high energy music of Senegal. "M'bolo" means "together" in Wolof, a language spoken in Senegal. Cheikh Ngom, lead singer and songwriter, was born and raised in Kaolack, a city on the coast of Senegal. He has been singing, dancing, and playing sabar drums all his life. ...

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - World Music Coup

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.
April 14

6-10pm: THE NEXT:a Spring Rocking Festival

10pm-12am: The Chaos Theory- Funk / Jazz

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www.humbertomusic.com
The Chaos theory is a Jazz Fusion ensemble, borrowing elements from hard bop, free jazz and funk, amongst others, to create a sound that is fresh and contemporary. It is a collective cooperation where each band member contributes their own composition, so that the end result is the sum of their individual creative input.
April 15

8-10pm: Melanin Monday - Comedy Show

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www.facebook.com/events/939107459593004/
She loves a round bottom & he can't see any without his glasses! Vanetta Schoefield and Ishmael Gaynor make a great team, producing and hosting your favorite uptown comedy shows.
April 16

6-7pm: 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.

7-9pm: Late Night with the Barnes - Variety Show

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www.eventbrite.com/e/late-night-with-the-barnes-tickets-42153018814
A weekly open mic hosted by comedian Eugene T. Barnes with live music by Bernadette Barnes and They Call Me Dope. Every 3rd FRIDAY of the month at 7-9pm.

9-10pm: LULU FALL- Singer / Songwriter

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www.lulufall.com
LULU FALL is a singer, songwriter and Broadway actor currently based in New York. Lulu, a formally trained jazz vocalist with a musical theatre background, is one complete and unexpected package. As a product of Senegalese and Cameroonian parentage, her music reflects her global perspective by way of her American sensibilities. She independently released 3 albums in the soul-fusion genre, and is preparing to release her 4th album, “Between Two Worlds”, later this year. With raw soul, electronic vibes, and passionate world groove in tow, Lulu Fall is certainly an other-worldly artist.

10-11pm: Inalgebra- Synth-Pop / Fusion

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www.inalgebra.bandcamp.com
A composition project of keyboardist James Johnston, Inalgebra's mixture of mathy rhythmic/melodic patterning, minimalism, synth-pop, and fusion jazz creates a singular sound and feel.
April 17

7-8pm: Joe Pino Quintet - Jazz

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www.joepinojazz.com
Joe Pino, trumpet, teacher/educator, and endorsed Adams Flugelhorn Artist started playing trumpet at the age of ten. Joe has won many outstanding soloist awards, including two given by Herb Pomeroy and Greg Hopkins.

8-10pm: Pumkin Escobar and Friends- Comedy

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www.facebook.com/PumkinEscobarAndFriends/
The finest FREE comedy show that NYC has to offer is BACK and here's where you can find out all about it! Show dates, lineups and goodies!
April 18

6-8pm: Mike Fahn-McBone Jazz Series

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www.trombone-usa.com/fahn_mike_bio.htm
A fine bop soloist on the valve trombone, Mike Fahn is always ready to jam or to add his horn to any swinging situation. His father was a drummer who had played with Lionel Hampton, and young Mike started out as a drummer, too. He soon switched to trumpet and baritone horn before becoming a valve trombonist when he was 12. Within a couple years his family moved to the Orange County area near Los Angeles. In 1979 he started sitting in with pianist Frank Strazzeri and began freelancing. Fahn performed with Shorty Rogers, Bill Holman, and Don Menza and had opportunities to sit in with Freddie Hubbard, Chet Baker, and Wynton Marsalis.

8-10pm: City Love NYC - Showcase

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www.facebook.com/citylovenyc/
City Love NYC is a monthly showcase for up and coming artists to share their talent with others. Accompanied by a house band, the artists perform their original material along with covers creating a quality music experience! #citylovenyc

10-11pm: SoundTrip - Fusion

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www.soundcloud.com/search?q=quattrosounds
Sound Trip infuses the mixture of different styles of music including funk, jazz, fusion, Latin and Soul. Encompassed with a foundation of blues the sultry songs with vocals will resonate in the soul of everyone who hears it. The musicians are all seasoned and proficient in there instruments. Playing for many years each of us has played the Shrine Venue dozens of times and also has played Silvana's. A musical experience and a trip through many sounds is what's expected.
April 19

7-8pm: Marziani - Alternative / Jazz

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=WphJ7blvki0&frags=pl%2Cwn
Marziani is a guitarist, composer and entertainer from Argentina. Coming all the way from Boston, he’s bringing a band of New-York based musicians to Silvana for an hour of stories, serious music and comedy. On November 14, Marziani released his first full-album, "The Martian’s Playground”, recorded and produced throughout 2018. A high-energy, driving and exploratory voyage throughout many cultures and sounds, the record slides through Hard Rock, Jazz, South American Folk and Fingerstyle Acoustic songs.

8-9pm: Wool Sucker-Supernatural Art Rock

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www.facebook.com/woollymusic
Wool Sucker brings weird and wonderful life to tunes drawn from old folk tales, from magical realism, and from the every day.

9-10pm: Pristine Raeign- Soul / Funk

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www.pristineraeignmusic.com/
Pristine Raeign is the premier Tri-State purveyors of Soul, Funk, Jazz, and the Philly Sound. This diverse group & their sound has been building a buzz since they started creating music together. They’ve traveled the east coast from Tennessee to Canada & shared stages with national recording artists George Benson & Alex Bugnon. According to Mark Rodgers of 93.7 WSTW the band has an “eclectic sound that is difficult to pin down to one genre.” Pristine Raeign incorporates Soul, R&B, Blues, Funk, Country, Soft Rock, Jazz, Pop, & Reggae into their original music and make it all work.

10pm-12am: Turiya- Funk / Afrobeat / Soul / Blues

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www.facebook.com/TuriyatheBand/
"Turiya" is a New York City based musical experimental project founded by guitarist and composer Cisco "Xico" D'Ferreiro. The band is a pioneer in the style of Afro Acid Music, which melds a range of styles including: funk, afrobeat, soul, jazz, hip hop, and blues, to a backdrop of driving Afro-Latin rhythms. True to New York's diverse cultural diaspora, Turiya is made up of a range of local and international musicians from a multitude of cultural backgrounds. The band features a rotating lineup of established New York City musicians such as: Hilliard Greene (Little Jimmy Scott, Cecil Taylor), Keenyn Omari (Solange), Alexis Marcelo (Yusef Lateef), Aquiles Navarro, Michelle Osbourne, Alexander Fam, amongst many others. Turiya has an ongoing monthly residency at Silvana in Harlem, New York and currently features a special guest singer each month for two late night sets.
April 20

7-8pm: Ayanna Martine - Singer-Songwriter

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www.facebook.com/aj.martine.3?ref=br_tf
Ayanna Martine (born December 11, 1997) is an aspiring singer/songwriter from the Hudson Valley Region of New York. She started writing her own songs as a young teenager and has style that's a combination of Ed Sheeran and Tracy Chapman. Her musical influences run the gambit from Twenty One Pilots to Blink 182 as well as other Pop Punk and Alternative Rock music artists.

8-9pm: Lotus Verry- Pop / Rock ohl

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www.soundcloud.com/tomoya_ogawa
Lotus Verry Lotus is flower that floats on the pond, known sacred, and Buddha sit on. Verry is a coined word of very and berry. In Greek myths when people ate the lotus tree (berry), they would forget their friends and homes and lose their desire to returning their native lands in favor of living in idleness.

9-10pm: Tyrone Shoelaces - Jam Band / Reggae / Dub / Funk

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www.facebook.com/TyroneShoelacesBand
"...There’s a positive interplay among the artists. The music at first had an almost funk reggae feel which then suddenly loomed into an explosion of energy with an experimental, trendy, edgy flare with its techno/synthesizer sound that surges excitement and spirit to the listener.” Annette Versage - Fairfield County Music Reporter

10pm-12am: Niu Raza- R&B / AfroPop

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www.facebook.com/niurazamusic/
Hailing from Madagascar, singer-songwriter and Malagasy award winner Niu Raza has performed with the likes of Nigerian record producer, singer-songwriter, and musician Don Jazzy, as well as Grammy Award–winning Hugh Masekela and singer-songwriter Vusi Mahlaseka. Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.

12-3:45am: DJ Ouaga - World Music Coup

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www.soundcloud.com/djouaga
DJ/Producer & Mixing Engineer with many knowledgeable years of experience. His stronghold is House music, more specifically Afrobeat, Afrohouse, & Techouse, putting into the mix all types of music and creating a fresh spin on African - Caribbean - Latin - Middle-Eastern - Bangla to current, old school, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul & Funk. As a world Music Coup DJ he also makes his own beats and remixes.