By ANNIE CORREAL October 30, 2017 A nearly century-old law that turned New York bars into no-dancing zones, prevented singers like Billie Holiday and Ray Charles from performing and drew protest from Frank Sinatra, is finally set to be struck down. The… Continue Reading →
By: Derrel Jazz Johnson Hip-Hop legend, actor and producer Ice Cube was joined by NBA legend and former NBA MVP Allen Iverson in New York City Wednesday to launch the BIG3, a brand-new three-on- three basketball league that launches this… Continue Reading →
This Sunday is extra-special to us. We hope this rendition of Amazing Grace by the Harlem Gospel Choir gets you into the spirit as much as it does us. Amen.
Tonight is the night! Taste of India A Bollywood Event Tuesday, March 10, 2015 7pm – 10pm at the famous Red Rooster Harlem (Ginny’s Supper Club) at 310 Lenox Ave (between 126th & 127th St) New York, NY 10027. Space is… Continue Reading →
If you are looking to be lifted up this morning, the latest dance music track by harlem based RhythmDB Publishing and Harlem resident vocalist Azania will inspire you to new heights. Available now on Beatport.com
No need to leave Harlem for NYE 2015, celebrate at your favorite watering hole, restaurant or club in Harlem! Last year almost every spot up and down Frederick Douglass Blvd (Harlem Restaurant Row), Lenox Ave and everything in-between held festive… Continue Reading →
via: 2014 Holiday Gift Ideas and Guide — Movies, Music, Books, Clothes & More – NYTimes.com.
The Offense of the Drum has been nominated for best Latin jazz album. The orchestra incorporates harp, turntables and 28 types of percussion including timbales to djembe. The work “They Came” features Christopher “Chilo” Cajigas celebrates Puerto Rican contributions… Continue Reading →
The MacArthur Foundation named 21 “extraordinarily creative people” as the 2014 recipients of its annual MacArthur Fellows Program—widely referred to as the “genius” grants. Four African Americans are among this year’s consortium. These individuals were nominated by an anonymous… Continue Reading →
As part of its Birthday Tribute to talented Jazz musicians, La Maison dArt Gallery & Elise Woods Quartet is pleased to pay tribute to the famous:Horace Silver, Jazz Pianist and Composer Sept. 2, 1928- June 18, 2014. Horace Silver would… Continue Reading →
Sundae Sermon is back this Sunday in Harlem! Hosted by Bevy Smith (Bravo Fashion Queens). Featuring a special performance by the cast of Mighty Real showcasing the life of dance music’s one and only Sylvester. And of course music by our… Continue Reading →
Ring The Alarm!!! Your favorite sound is playin!! Celebrate all things Caribbean at The Sweet Spot Festival SATURDAY, AUGUST 2nd Pack your picnic blanket, cooler & solo cups & join us for Jamaican Indepen-DANCE Featuring music by resident Herbert Holler &… Continue Reading →
The Make Music New York Festival is on this Saturday, June 21st. Enjoy FREE live music in the streets of Harlem! See flyer for details.
Vocalist and chekere player Eladio “Don Pancho” Terry, one of the most revered figures of AfroCuban folkoric and traditional music, and the patriarch of the Terry family, will be reunited in concert with his sons, jazz saxophonist YOSVANY TERRY and bassist… Continue Reading →