Music

Joe Bussey Trio
Nov
30
to Dec 1

Joe Bussey Trio

Currently living in Montclair, New Jersey,  Joe Bussey  is a professional bass player in the NYC, New Jersey area.  He performs regularly with the French gypsy band Manouche Bag, gypsy guitar virtuoso Stephane Wrembel,  and the R&B band The PJB's.  His performance credits include jazz singers Lezlie Harrison, Champian Fulton, Lauren Henderson, Marianne Sullivan and many others. Jazz instrumentalist performance credits include Tom Harrell, Robert Glasper, Ty Sean Sorrey,  Jeremy Pelt, and Jerry Weldon to name only a few.   From 2005 to 2013 he was the bass player for the Gospel legend Joshua Nelson. Joe graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2000 with a BM degree in Jazz Performance specializing in upright and electric bass.  Joe also doubles on guitar and performs with it regularly.  He studied ear training and classical piano with Jeff Goldstein from 2000 to 2010 and has a full teaching studio of bass, piano and guitar students. 

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Danielle
Dec
1
to Dec 2

Danielle

found it in an underground club in Chinatown. My 26th birthday, I hit the stage with Etta James' "I'd rather go blind" and it felt devine. ​Johnny was right - He said "Don't worry Dani when you're 26, you'll know." After that night I spent the next few years writing for other people, mostly rap artists. I've recorded hooks in storage units in Brooklyn on dented mics till 4am and sang in the same booths that Biggie and Mariah made hit records in. I went home and rediscovered my love for real musicians. New Brunswick was good to me and I met my musical family there. Jazz sits well with me and I am so lucky to work with incredible passionate people who push boundaries and help me be me. My Jazz Cover EP Peach includes some of my favorite standards in styles ranging from ballad to afro cuban and funk. Look out for my Original Album DeeDee I have cooking. 

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John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals
Dec
7
to Dec 8

John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals

John Monnecka offers up a total package rarely seen among contemporary singer/songwriters. As technically skilled a guitarist and musical arranger as any great in the business, his edgy and soulful, baritone vocals may arguably be richer. And then there’s the passion. From his smouldering, blues-infused, acoustic guitar work lasting up to four hours without a break, to the most gut-wrenching love song poured out as though a private confession, it is John Monnecka’s passion as a live performer which defines the core of his music. And it is precisely this element which eludes capture by any studio recording, however well produced. John Monnecka must be seen and heard live to be experienced fully.

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John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals
Dec
14
to Dec 15

John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals

John Monnecka offers up a total package rarely seen among contemporary singer/songwriters. As technically skilled a guitarist and musical arranger as any great in the business, his edgy and soulful, baritone vocals may arguably be richer. And then there’s the passion. From his smouldering, blues-infused, acoustic guitar work lasting up to four hours without a break, to the most gut-wrenching love song poured out as though a private confession, it is John Monnecka’s passion as a live performer which defines the core of his music. And it is precisely this element which eludes capture by any studio recording, however well produced. John Monnecka must be seen and heard live to be experienced fully.

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Danielle
Nov
17
to Nov 18

Danielle

found it in an underground club in Chinatown. My 26th birthday, I hit the stage with Etta James' "I'd rather go blind" and it felt devine. ​Johnny was right - He said "Don't worry Dani when you're 26, you'll know." After that night I spent the next few years writing for other people, mostly rap artists. I've recorded hooks in storage units in Brooklyn on dented mics till 4am and sang in the same booths that Biggie and Mariah made hit records in. I went home and rediscovered my love for real musicians. New Brunswick was good to me and I met my musical family there. Jazz sits well with me and I am so lucky to work with incredible passionate people who push boundaries and help me be me. My Jazz Cover EP Peach includes some of my favorite standards in styles ranging from ballad to afro cuban and funk. Look out for my Original Album DeeDee I have cooking. 

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Joe Bussey Trio
Nov
15
8:00 PM20:00

Joe Bussey Trio

Currently living in Montclair, New Jersey,  Joe Bussey  is a professional bass player in the NYC, New Jersey area.  He performs regularly with the French gypsy band Manouche Bag, gypsy guitar virtuoso Stephane Wrembel,  and the R&B band The PJB's.  His performance credits include jazz singers Lezlie Harrison, Champian Fulton, Lauren Henderson, Marianne Sullivan and many others. Jazz instrumentalist performance credits include Tom Harrell, Robert Glasper, Ty Sean Sorrey,  Jeremy Pelt, and Jerry Weldon to name only a few.   From 2005 to 2013 he was the bass player for the Gospel legend Joshua Nelson. Joe graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2000 with a BM degree in Jazz Performance specializing in upright and electric bass.  Joe also doubles on guitar and performs with it regularly.  He studied ear training and classical piano with Jeff Goldstein from 2000 to 2010 and has a full teaching studio of bass, piano and guitar students. 

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John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals
Nov
9
to Nov 10

John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals

John Monnecka offers up a total package rarely seen among contemporary singer/songwriters. As technically skilled a guitarist and musical arranger as any great in the business, his edgy and soulful, baritone vocals may arguably be richer. And then there’s the passion. From his smouldering, blues-infused, acoustic guitar work lasting up to four hours without a break, to the most gut-wrenching love song poured out as though a private confession, it is John Monnecka’s passion as a live performer which defines the core of his music. And it is precisely this element which eludes capture by any studio recording, however well produced. John Monnecka must be seen and heard live to be experienced fully.

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Danielle illario
Nov
3
to Nov 4

Danielle illario

found it in an underground club in Chinatown. My 26th birthday, I hit the stage with Etta James' "I'd rather go blind" and it felt devine. ​Johnny was right - He said "Don't worry Dani when you're 26, you'll know." After that night I spent the next few years writing for other people, mostly rap artists. I've recorded hooks in storage units in Brooklyn on dented mics till 4am and sang in the same booths that Biggie and Mariah made hit records in. I went home and rediscovered my love for real musicians. New Brunswick was good to me and I met my musical family there. Jazz sits well with me and I am so lucky to work with incredible passionate people who push boundaries and help me be me. My Jazz Cover EP Peach includes some of my favorite standards in styles ranging from ballad to afro cuban and funk. Look out for my Original Album DeeDee I have cooking. 

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John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals
Nov
2
to Nov 3

John Monnecka - Guitar and Vocals

John Monnecka offers up a total package rarely seen among contemporary singer/songwriters. As technically skilled a guitarist and musical arranger as any great in the business, his edgy and soulful, baritone vocals may arguably be richer. And then there’s the passion. From his smouldering, blues-infused, acoustic guitar work lasting up to four hours without a break, to the most gut-wrenching love song poured out as though a private confession, it is John Monnecka’s passion as a live performer which defines the core of his music. And it is precisely this element which eludes capture by any studio recording, however well produced. John Monnecka must be seen and heard live to be experienced fully.

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Joe Bussey Trio
Nov
1
8:00 PM20:00

Joe Bussey Trio

Currently living in Montclair, New Jersey,  Joe Bussey  is a professional bass player in the NYC, New Jersey area.  He performs regularly with the French gypsy band Manouche Bag, gypsy guitar virtuoso Stephane Wrembel,  and the R&B band The PJB's.  His performance credits include jazz singers Lezlie Harrison, Champian Fulton, Lauren Henderson, Marianne Sullivan and many others. Jazz instrumentalist performance credits include Tom Harrell, Robert Glasper, Ty Sean Sorrey,  Jeremy Pelt, and Jerry Weldon to name only a few.   From 2005 to 2013 he was the bass player for the Gospel legend Joshua Nelson. Joe graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2000 with a BM degree in Jazz Performance specializing in upright and electric bass.  Joe also doubles on guitar and performs with it regularly.  He studied ear training and classical piano with Jeff Goldstein from 2000 to 2010 and has a full teaching studio of bass, piano and guitar students. 

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DJ Prince Hakim
Oct
27
to Oct 28

DJ Prince Hakim

NEW YORK, NY - August, 2018 - DJ Prince Hakim is proud to announce his new collaboration with r&b/pop singer Walt Anderson,“R.O.Y.A.L.T.Y” . After executive producing Kool & The Gang’s first Top 10 single in 10 years, “Sexy”, Prince Hakim felt it was time to return to the studio to produce his own project. The infectious upbeat single will be featured on his upcoming EP “Funky Good Time”, set to be released in November.

The meaning of R.O.Y.A.L.T.Y is to honor and uplift women. Given the current climate of the music industry regarding women, Prince Hakim felt it necessary to produce a project that empowers women. The funky song, written by Walt Anderson, Hakim Bell, and Shaun Bass, will be available for purchase on all platforms on August 10th.

In just his fourth year in the world of spin, Prince Hakim has already amassed an impressive resume, lending his talents to events for The Clinton Foundation and Tory Burch and racing the coveted Carnegie Hall stage. New to the DJ world as he might be, Prince Hakim is no stranger to the world of music and performance. The son of the Robert “Kool” Bell, founder of the legendary Kool & The Gang, DJ Prince Hakim has had a front row seat to watch some of the best performances around the world. This informal tutelage not only taught Prince Hakim the business side of the game, but also informed his musical tastes, which range from Hip-Hop to Disco and everything in between. As a producer and a DJ, Prince Hakim always sets out to create a vibe that captures the essence of life.

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Kelley Andre and Organic Soul
Oct
26
to Oct 27

Kelley Andre and Organic Soul

No new comer to the art of performing, Kelley Andre is a multi-talented Entertainer, Singer and Songwriter. A New York native, his infused R&B, Jazz, Funk, New Soul sound and style delivers a distinct baritone flavor that permeates inner souls.

Growing up in a house where Gospel and Jazz music were his tools of war, Kelley commenced his musical journey at the age of six, playing the piano. At the age of eight, this smooth crooner began singing at his home church in Brooklyn, NY. As an adolescent, Kelley was aware of his musical gifts, he knew that one day he would share his sound; share his voice with the world.

Kelley Andre’s 8-piece band, Organic Soul, is the pulse to his electrifying stage performances.

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Danielle illario
Oct
25
8:45 PM20:45

Danielle illario

found it in an underground club in Chinatown. My 26th birthday, I hit the stage with Etta James' "I'd rather go blind" and it felt devine. ​Johnny was right - He said "Don't worry Dani when you're 26, you'll know." After that night I spent the next few years writing for other people, mostly rap artists. I've recorded hooks in storage units in Brooklyn on dented mics till 4am and sang in the same booths that Biggie and Mariah made hit records in. I went home and rediscovered my love for real musicians. New Brunswick was good to me and I met my musical family there. Jazz sits well with me and I am so lucky to work with incredible passionate people who push boundaries and help me be me. My Jazz Cover EP Peach includes some of my favorite standards in styles ranging from ballad to afro cuban and funk. Look out for my Original Album DeeDee I have cooking. 

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Joe Bussey Trio
Oct
18
8:00 PM20:00

Joe Bussey Trio

Currently living in Montclair, New Jersey,  Joe Bussey  is a professional bass player in the NYC, New Jersey area.  He performs regularly with the French gypsy band Manouche Bag, gypsy guitar virtuoso Stephane Wrembel,  and the R&B band The PJB's.  His performance credits include jazz singers Lezlie Harrison, Champian Fulton, Lauren Henderson, Marianne Sullivan and many others. Jazz instrumentalist performance credits include Tom Harrell, Robert Glasper, Ty Sean Sorrey,  Jeremy Pelt, and Jerry Weldon to name only a few.   From 2005 to 2013 he was the bass player for the Gospel legend Joshua Nelson. Joe graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2000 with a BM degree in Jazz Performance specializing in upright and electric bass.  Joe also doubles on guitar and performs with it regularly.  He studied ear training and classical piano with Jeff Goldstein from 2000 to 2010 and has a full teaching studio of bass, piano and guitar students. 

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