Monday, November 28, 2016

December 4, 2016 10:00PM - 2:00AM Paulette Branson Leads "The Brew Sessions" at Dahlak


Dahlak Paradise
4708 Baltimore Ave
Philadelphia, Pa

Sunday, November 27, 2016

December 3, 2016 7:00-9:30 PM Underground at Ron's #64: DANIEL WAPLES & DAN MULQUEEN

"A House Concert & More since 1997"

Saturday Evening, December 3, 2016


Daniel Waples - Hang in Balance
Daniel Waples is from London, he got his first HandPan in 2007, he supports himself as an independent musician whist spreading the gospel of the HandPan, an instrument associated with energy work and alternative healing, and one which he hopes will become a Symbol for universal peace and the Inner journeys all people take pursuing their individual Paths.

Dan Mulqueen is an American multi-instrumentalist hailing from New Jersey.
His approach to the handpan has lead to a very distinct and recognizable sound that is very much on the side of beat heavy and head bouncing rhythms.

His style comes from over 15 years as a drummer in many different genres. You can hear phrasing and rhythmic influences from each of these in his handpan music.

Dan has released 2 albums since 2013. You can listen to “Late Night Sound” and "Until I'm Ready" right now!

Host - RON KRAVITZ will open up the evening with a Hang Shruti solo piece
Ron Kravitz
8:00 P.M. - 9:30 P.M. - Showtime
7:00 P.M. - 7:50 P.M. - Community Drum Circle & Potluck
Suggested donation of $20.00 taken at the door
(or less if needed)
RESERVE NOW! at 215 233 0777 or
Location @ 1012 E Southampton Ave. Wyndmoor, Pa 19038

24 hr. notice is appreciated in case of cancellation: On street parking

My home is a fragrance free environment? Due to my sensitivity to many perfumes, cologne's, after shaves, cigarette's, etc., if possible, I ask that you would attend without that presence on your clothes, body, hair, breath etc.
THANKS and I look forward to you joining us for a great evening!
Ron Kravitz

1012 E Southampton Ave Wyndmoor, PA 19038 USA

Saturday, November 26, 2016

December 2, 2016 7:00-9:00PM Rueda de Casino Lesson Series Begins

Join us on Fridays for a free rueda lesson and dancing afterwards! We have both beginners and intermediate groups, and the atmosphere is always fun, friendly, and great for learning. Everyone is welcome to join!

Fridays 12/2, 12/9, 12/16
7-8 PM - Intermediate class
8-9 PM - Beginners class

We will be dancing at the Platt Student Performing Arts House on UPenn's campus (Room 180).

Address: 160 Stouffer Commons, 3702 Spruce Street, Philadelphia

The front door will be locked. At the beginning of each class, there will be someone to open the door. Please try your best to show up on time for your respective class. Otherwise, please call or text 607-351-7410 to get in.

December 2, 2016 7:00PM DVD Release Party for "When Voices Meet" at 7165 Lounge

Especially at this time, we need to be together & share the love

When: Friday, 12/2 at 7:00 pm

Where: 7165 Germantown Ave., Phila. PA 19119

We'll be celebrating:

1. All of YOU who support The Peace Train, helped us make the films & made the 2016 tour such a great success

2. The youth & adults who are exemplary role models for a diverse & respectful "United" States of America

3. The release of the Double DVD featuring the original "When Voices Meet" film
the Concert DVD of The Peace Train's 2016 USA Tour including the live Concert, background story, celebrities & cast interviews

Click Here to Buy Ticket for 12/2
($30 Ticket includes admission for your whole family, 1 set of the Double DVD,
1 beverage & the show)

December 2, 3, and 4, 2016 First Philadelphia Rhythm Festival at Rittenhouse Soundworks

Combo concert and workshop tickets 30.
Any workshop and any concert can be combined.

December 2nd​

Performance @ 7pm: Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards

December 3rd​

Master Class @ 11am: Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards
​Master Class @ 2pm: Max Pollak
Performance @ 7pm: Max Pollak

December 4th

Master Class @ 11am: Glen Velez
Master Class @ 1pm: Loire Cotler
Performance @ 7pm: Glen Velez and Loire Cotler

Workshops: $10 each
Performances: $20 each

Rittenhouse Soundworks
219 W. Rittenhouse St.

Sunday, November 20, 2016

November 26, 2016 9:00PM - 2:00AM Hector Tricoche at Isla Verde Cafe

Isla Verde Cafe & Rumbero Entertainment presents

"Thanksgiving Salsa Dance"
Performing LIVE, HT
Saturday Nov 26, 2016

Hola mi gente,
Join us Thanksgiving Saturday as we celebrate & dance the nite away with one of Salsa's Legendary Artist, Hector Tricoche!!

Backed up by Hector Rosado y Su Orquesta Hache

Hosted by Maria De Pilar

DJ Poli on the wheels

$15 cover

Isla Verde
2725 N American St
Phila, PA 19133

More info/resrv's: Maria (267) 949-6401

See you on the Dance Floor!!

Saturday, November 19, 2016

November 25, 2016 9:00 PM - 2:00 AM Black Friday: UGO, Adina Howard, and Tony Terry

Urban Guerilla Orchestra
Adina Howard
Tony Terry

Crowne Plaza
2349 West Marlton Pike
Cherry Hill, NJ

November 25, 2016 5:45 - 8:15 PM Art After Five: Celebrate India with Red Baraat

Eight-piece party band Red Baraat combines hard driving North Indian Bhangra with elements of go-go, rock, and jazz.
Free after museum admission($20 nonmembers: members free)
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Thursday, November 17, 2016

November 23, 2016 10:00PM - 2:00AM De Tierra Caliente at TIME Restaurant

From De Tierra Caliente:
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

OK, a lot of us feel down right now. So we invite you pretend you're grateful for everything you have by dancing the night away on Thanksgiving Eve. Drown your sorrows in rhythm, melody, whiskey, High Life, Dark and Stormy's, Salsa, Samba and powerful solos by *two* trumpet players who'll be joining us all night.

10-2, no cover.

TIME Restaurant
1315 Sansom St.
Philadelphia, Pa

November 23, 2016 9:00PM - 2:00AM Aaron Y Su Grupo Illusion on Thanksgiving Eve at District N9NE

When: Wednesday, November 23, 2016, 8:00pm
Where: Club Polaris, 452 N 9th St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
What: Concierto Bailable
Tickets: $35.

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

November 21, 2016 7:00 - 9:00 PM Mysterious Traveler : Kunu Bi at The Free Library of Philadelphia

Mysterious Travelers 3: Internal Investigations - a collaboration between The Free Library of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Jazz Project. Back by overwhelming popular demand! FREE concerts every fourth Monday night from October 2015 through May 2016 audiences will hear from veteran, as well as up-and-coming musicians who are shaping the future sounds of Philadelphia with a sharp ear to the legacies of our past. This season will directly celebrate the massive and amazing collections of the Free Library by granting our performers access to explore them as a source of inspiration for the creation of new musical works and arrangements

Kunu Bi [pronounced KooNew - Bee] is an African/American, Folk/Roots music trio consisting of Papa Ed Stokes, Tom Lowery and Bert Harris.

Papa Ed Stokes is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who plays more than a dozen instruments. He is also a highly-accomplished instrument maker and a lifelong student of African Diasporic music. Papa Ed has studied the Ngoni and Kamale Ngoni, stringed African instruments, with West African Masters: Mamadou Sidibie and Cheick Hamala Diabate. He's also studied the African-inspired, American instrument, the Diddley Bow with Mississippi master, Glen Faulkner. Papa Ed’s main goal is to keep these African-influenced musical traditions alive and to pass them on.

Tom Lowery is an accomplished drummer and percussionist from Philly known for his versatility playing Latin/Brazilian hand drumming and ably manning the traditional drum kit. Bassist, Bert Harris plays reggae, ska, New Orleans funk and blues, straight-ahead Jazz and avant-garde Jazz: All inspired by the Roots music in which Kunu Bi immerses itself.

Free Library of Philadelphia
1901 Vine St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

Monday, November 14, 2016

November 20, 2016 7:00-10:00PM Musicians' Gathering #13 at Rittenhouse Soundworks

It's our Lucky 13th Musicians Gathering and you won't be disappointed

Mike Kennedy, a guitarist, composer, music educator, producer and arranger, has been performing in Philadelphia and the Mid-Atlantic regions since 1989 and continues stretching his boundaries. Mike’s varied musical interests have shaped the sound of his music in unique ways.
Mike Frank-Piano, Paul Gehman-Bass, Dan Monaghan- Drums, Mike Kennedy-Guitar, will be performing music that is inspired by the American landscape, in particular the native southwest.

Jamal Jones Big Band: Jamal Jones is a Philadelphia native jazz composer & arranger. Jones' original/contemporary 18 piece Large Ensemble will explore new creative territories of Big-Band music by including DJ/Sampling, effects & electronics and daring orchestrations, doublings, and intriguing mute combinations within the acoustic sections; all the while including a fusion of Hip-Hop grooves, Jazz swing, and Avant Garde. It consists of elite musicians and collegiate professors of Music throughout the Philadelphia and New York regions, and looks forward to introducing the Philadelphia area to an innovative sound for Big-Band.

Julian Hartwell: In addition to leading his own groups Julian Hartwell is an avid composer of solo piano works, taking inspiration from many genres and influences to craft a unique, evocative sound. In this intimate performance he will premier several never-before-heard compositions and larger works that straddle the worlds of neo-classical, folk music and jazz.

Tickets: $10 at the Door/ Free parking at the lot next door

Rittenhouse Soundworks
219 W. Rittenhouse St.
Philadelphia, Pa.

November 20, 2016 7:00-10:00PM Exuberance: Elio Villafranca/Abdou Mboup Duo

20 years ago he was a young Cuban emigre percussionist/pianist. Today, he teaches at Julliard and regularly conceives and headlines programs for Jazz at Lincoln Center and venues around the world. Much of that in-between time Elio Villafranca spent in Philly and we love him here.

Striking to me is that in every encounter with Elio I have heard entirely different concepts and tonal palletes. It’s both the depth and the breadth of his mastery of classical, jazz, national and folkloric musics which permit him to curate programs of original compositions or arrangements of extant work that have a particular synthesis and stunning coherence.

Last year Elio debuted his spellbinding "Cinqu茅-Suite of the Caribbean" at the Appel Room, connecting melodies and rhythms of Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo, Haiti, Jamaica, and Cuba to their Congolese roots with a powerful band of collaborators. Last month JALC presented the brilliant "Letters to Mother Africa," Elio’s curation of jazz works contemplating the lodestar of African identity—his own and those of Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Max Roach, Eric Dolphy, Randy Weston, Charles Mingus, and Wayne Shorter. It was a profoundly persuasive program with a powerful band including Billy Harper, David Murray, Dezron Douglas and Lewis Nash.

But the highlight of the evening belonged to Senegalese percussionist Abdou Mboup, who sang and played a variety of instruments including the kora. His original composition “Nomad Land” drew a striking connection between jazz and Africa. Downbeat covered the show and Mboup’s role concluding:

Together, these musicians made it clear that the music of Africa, America and Cuba—though separated by miles of ocean—could be explored with penetrating closeness under the same moon.

As the review notes, the connection between Villafranca and Mboup is undeniable. But don’t take our word for it. Check out Elio Villafranca & Abdou Mboup Duet - From Havana to Senegal on YouTube. I think you’ll want to join us.

@exuberance presents:
"From Havana to Senegal"
Elio Villafranca | Abdou Mboup Duet 7-10 pm
Sunday, November 20
1220 N. Mascher St. (steps away from the Girard Ave. El stop

We contemplate a $25 donation for the evening to support the musicians and provide appropriate refreshments.

Click RSVP to get on the guest list. Invitation expires when we reach 50 attendees. Looking forward to seeing you.

November 20, 2016 10:00PM - 2:00AM The Acoustic Truth Open Mic and Jam Session

Come share is a comfortable space, enjoy, and be entertained by music (pick a style: jazz, blues, hip hop, reggae,), poetry, and many great jams that you are a part of....It's for the TRUTH. The ACOUSTIC TRUTH. Hope to hear voice!!!--SPECTRAL WARRIOR EDITION!

Dahlak Paradise
4708 Baltimore Ave
Phila Pa
No cover

Sunday, November 13, 2016

November 19, 2016 10:00PM - 12:00AM Media Jazz by Night with the Kendrah Butler Trio at Spasso Italian Grill

2016 Kimmel Center Jazz Resident Kendrah Butler brings her Original Compositions and Exciting Arrangements to Media for an Evening of Fun and Adventurous Music.
Kendrah Butler - pianist, violinist and vocalist has been blowing away her audiences over the last couple of years with her incredible musicality and personality. She has enlisted two of Philly's busiest sidemen/bandleaders. Bert Harris - (Melange Jazz Collective, Philly Gumbo, Reggae Thunder...) on double bass and electric bass and Kimpedro! - (NU GRuV Network, JazGuardian, Sergio & The Underground...) on drums & percussion to round out her Trio configuration.
This night promises to be one you'll remember and you'll be humming one of our tunes as you leave the venue!

Spasso Italian Grill - Media
1 W State St, Media, Pennsylvania 19063
(610) 565-7803

November 19, 2016 7:30PM Jimmy Jorge and the Latin Express Celebrate 39 Years BCPaC

Join us as BCPAC kicks off our 39th season with Jimmy Jorge and the Latin Express. This is a family friendly event that we know you'll enjoy! The show is at the Yardley Community Centre in Yardley Borough. Make an evening of it! Enjoy dinner at one of the great local restaurants before the 7:30 show.
Your support is needed so we may continue to bring quality performers to Bucks County. We can't wait to pack the house!! See you there...

Yardley Community Center
64 South Main Street, Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067

November 19, 2016 8:00 PM BiRDMAN LIVE: Antonio Sanchez at the Annenberg Center

2015 Oscar® Award winner for Best Picture, Birdman or The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance starred Michael Keaton as a washed-up action star trying to reinvent his career on the Broadway stage. The music, a frenetic heartbeat of drumbeats, is a palpable secondary character propelling the action forward. For this special event, Grammy® Award-winning jazz drummer Antonio Sanchez plays his movie soundtrack live alongside the visually stunning film.

The Annenberg Center
3680 Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA
Tickets: $25-$55

Saturday, November 12, 2016

November 18, 2016 5:30-11:00PM 2016 Delaware Valley's Most Influential Latinos Awards

Please joins us for a celebration of Latino Leadership in the Delaware Valley, to recognize the 50 Most Influential Latinos from across the Philadelphia region in 2016. A magazine with the profiles of the honorees will be presented at the gala. A VIP Cocktail hour, Silent Auction, Dinner, live entertainment, and dance to live music will be part of the evening.

Registration: 5:30 pm
Cocktail Reception: 6:00 pm
Awards Ceremony and Dinner: 7:00 pm
Dance to Live Band: Jimmy Jorge and the Latin Express: 9:00 pm
Tickets are $125 per person
Tables for 10 at $1,200
This is a formal event, Black Tie is encouraged.

To reserve tables, or for further information, please call 267-257-0763, go to, or E-mail at .

National Museum of American Jewish History
101 S Independence Mall E
Philadelphia, PA 19106

November 18 and 19, 2016 7:30 & 10:00 PM Vertical Current with Nina Rosen at Warmdaddy's

Vertical Current, also known as VC, was started in 2009 by trumpeter/composer Christopher Stevens, Donald C. Stevens Jr. (Bass) and Brandon Mullen (Drums). They were later joined by Ali Prawl (Keys) and Jordan Damiani (Guitar). Since forming in 2009, the band has worked with artists such as Jessica Reedy, Leah Smith, Jeff Murrell, Noel Gourdine, and Dezzie Neal. Some of the band's highlights include performing at the Lancaster Ave Jazz Fest, the Center City Jazz Fest, the Collingswood Mayfair, and opening for The Robert Glasper Experiment at World Cafe Live. In 2010, Vertical Current collaborated with local hit-maker Donald Robinson to make their debut EP "aRe". This year the band worked with young super producer, Steve Mckie, to record their first full length cd which will be entitled "Bright Side of Midnight". Over the course of the last year or so the band has grown to include vocalists Chartel Findlater and Shelia Moser. VC has also been known to have a surprise guest on occasion. For instance the band was joined by Eric Roberson at a recent show. Individually, members of this band have recorded and performed with a wide variety of artists from Earth Wind & Fire to Darryl Hall so you never know who might show up. VC's brand of music is a unique blend of genres that is intended to uplift and inspire.

1400 S. Columbus Blvd. @ Reed Street
Philadelphia Pa 19147
$15 cover

November 18, 2016 8:30 PM Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, and Tower of Power Tribute Bands

Tributes to Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind, and Fire by the Earth Wonder Fire Band!
Tower of Power Tribute by the Will Power Band!

Join Earth Wonder and Fire and Will Power Band as they give tribute to Stevie Wonder and Earth Wind & Fire on Friday, November 18th. Fans are saying this is one of the best jazz concerts they have ever witnessed. So come out and get your jazz on!

For tickets and more information contact Chris at 215-932-8848 or Dennis at 609-658-1662.
Where: Bordentown Open Arts PAC
144 US 130
Bordentown, NJ 08505

Tickets: $15 in advance

November 18, 2016 6:00-9:00PM Your Guide Through the Americas with Partners of the Americas

Partners of the Americas
"Your Guide through the Americas"
Cultural Networking Event

Friday, November 18, 2016.
6pm to 9pm

House of Music
818 South Street

Experience samba and salsa dance, and take lessons during the first hour!

Enjoy performances from local and international artists!

Mix and mingle with current members of Partners of the Americas, sponsors, business executives, public officials, students, entrepreneurs and educators!

Hear about international projects pertaining to cultural, educational, and business exchange with countries in Latin and South America, highlighting the state of Bahia, Brazil!

Learn about internships, tourism and investment opportunities in Brazil, currently the 7th largest economy in the world!

Join Partners of the Americas Pennsylvania-Bahia Chapters to benefit as a new member of an international service organization committed to connecting with global leaders, serving communities, and changing lives throughout the Western Hemisphere!

This event is in conjunction with Global Entrepreneurship Week! Go to for more information for the week of their activities.

This event is open to the public!

$10 at the door. FREE admission with your RSVP confirmation via Eventbrite at: partnersPA.eventbrite.comby Thursday, November 17th.

November 18, 2016 10:00PM - 2:00AM Drum Like a Lady Presents: DJ Lioness International

Drum Like a Lady Vol 2| Nov 18th 10pm-2am
Features the percussive stylings of DJ Lioness International
(Our 1st Drummer/DJ Feature) yeah, you read that right! The Lioness is a drummer and a DJ, and she's sharing BOTH of her skills with us on the 18th. She's bringing us soca, dancehall, reggea-ton, bachata, hip-hop, Afro-beat jams AND her djembe! You won't want to miss this!

Dahlak Paradise
4708 Baltimore Ave
Philadelphia, Pa
No cover

November 18, 2016 8:00 PM Pasi贸n y Arte Presents: An Evening of Flamenco at WCL

An Evening of Flamenco will mirror the recently completed and extremely successful TABLAO PHILLY series, which ran October 2015-June 2016 at the Asian Arts Initiative in downtown Philadelphia. Like those performances, this special evening of flamenco will recreate the intimate cafe-like atmosphere, called tablao, where flamencos showcased their dancing before the art form was institutionalized into more theatrical performances. The performance will feature vocalists Barbara Martinez and Hector Marquez, guitarist Raphael Brunn and dancers Xianix Barrera, Alexa Milton and Amelia Hernandez.

An Evening of Flamenco will also include excerpts from an as of yet unnamed work-in-progress by Pasi贸n y Arte Artistic and Executive Director, Elba Hevia y Vaca inspired by her collaboration with renowned modern dance choreographer Susan Rethorst.

Tickets are $25 general admission and $22 for students and seniors and can be purchased at Food and beverage will available for purchase during the performance.

November 18, 2016 5:45 - 8:15 PM Art After Five: Future Jazz Stars

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A night showcasing students from the Kimmel Center’s Creative Music Program.
Free after museum admission($20 nonmembers: members free)
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Friday, November 11, 2016

November 17, 2016 8:00-10:30PM WXPN's Latin Roots Live: Edna Vazquez and Alejandro Y Maria Laura


Edna Vazquez is a Portland-based Latin American singer-songwriter who performs original compositions that pay homage to her international influences with a passion that comes through in every note of her music. She lifts the audience’s spirits during her cathartic live performances with a vocal range that allows her to transition seamlessly between folk, rock, pop and Mariachi, all while exploring jazz stylings. Her songs are deeply rooted in universal human emotion and she has traveled far and wide spreading her message of light, love and cultural healing.


After years of studying audio & visual arts together by day, to improvising pop song covers in various bars & restaurants by night, Peruvian singer/songwriter duo Alejandro Y Maria Laura sings their hearts out to thousands of captive ears tuned into their unique take on the Spanish Pop genre. Their music has been featured in various Latin American television programs, including HBO Brazil’s popular television series, “Encuentros en Brasil”. Since then, they’ve earned awards back to back: “Artist of the Year” (Premios Luces, Brazil 2014), “Best Fusion Album” & “Best Group of the Year” (GeneraRock, 2015). Alejandro y Maria Laura continue to charm the hearts of their fans all over South America, and the world.
Venue Information:
World Cafe Live Philadelphia - Upstairs
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104

The event is FREE, but RSVP required.

November 17, 2016 Back to Black: A 10th Anniversary Tribute to Amy Winehouse

The Philadelphia Amy Winehouse band is excited to debut at Ardmore Music Hall for an encore performance this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Amy Winehouse's seminal album, "Back to Black."

If you missed us in June at World Cafe Live, or you want to come together again, please check out this intimate performance with all of your favorite songs performed live by an 8 -piece band (with 3-piece horn section!) and multiple lead and back-up vocalists. Expect the same energetic line-up as last time, with a few bonus songs! We will perform ALL of Back to Black from start to finish as well as a full set of luxurious B-sides rarely performed live, with great attention to detail.


7pm RESERVED doors / 7:30pm GENERAL ADMISSION doors
8pm SHOW
$15 Advanced Tickets / $20 Day of Show; Reserved Available
GA: Standing + Limited Non-Table Seating (First Come Non-Reserved)
Reserved: Early Entry (30 mins) + Guaranteed Premiere Seating (Must arrive by 9pm to claim your seat)

Alec Meltzer - drums
Brendan McGeehan - bass, organizer
Dan Finn - keys
Nate Gonzalez - keys, guitar
Adam Zielinski - guitar
Vince Tampio - trumpet, arranger/organizer
Mike Kania - tenor sax
Thor Espanez - bari sax

Imani Roach (organizer)
Allison Polans (organizer)
Ginger Coyle
Ghingy Miles
Martha Stuckey
Ryan Williams

Ardmore Music Hall
23 E. Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA

Thursday, November 10, 2016

November 16, 2016 7:00-10:00 PM Pandeiro/Repique Duo and Friends at Rittenhouse Soundworks

From Rio
The Pandeiro Repique Duo & Friends Come To Philadelphia

About PRD/Mais (Pandeiro Repique Duo and more)

Bernardo Aguiar and Gabriel Policarpo ( PRD) are both steeped in the tradition of the Rio Samba Schools. They have a deep love, understanding and respect for that tradition and it forms the basis for their own compositions. Their exceptional percussive abilities have led them into new collaborations all over the world.

Since its inception, The Pandeiro Repique Duo have been making heads turn all over the world. How could two percussionists, playing such simple instruments make such a huge impact? This delicacy and nuance is usually reserved for the classical stage. In their performances, rhythms dance and timbres shift color as they move about the stage. Audiences are transported into a new understanding of rhythm as melody.

This time, the two brothers, Guillermo and Gustavo Oliveira (assistant directors of the Salgueiro Samba School in Rio De Janeiro) will be joining Bernardo and Gabriel of PRD. The ensemble also includes, (Master of the Timbau), Boka Reis and Brian Potts (Pandeiro, vibraphone and professor PhD from the University of Miami Music). As if that weren't enough, the great saxophonist and flutist Carlos Malta will be joining them for a once in a lifetime event here at Rittenhouse Soundworks.

Tickets; $20 at the door Free Parking at the lot next door

Rittenhouse Soundworks
219 W. Rittenhouse St.
Philadelphia, Pa

November 16, 2016 8:00PM PHL LIVE Center Stage at Hard Rock Cafe

Howard Tucker's Band "Sergio: the Underground" will be in competition at PHIL Live...come out and support us November 16th! Philly are you ready?! We are Kimpedro Rodriguez, Cleonice Fonseca, Saantis Fenmu Davis Terrance Hall, Andr茅s Cisneros, and Daniel Kaplowitz.
Hard Rock Cafe
1131 Market St.
Philadelphia, Pa
$5. cover

November 16, 2016 Sittin' In at The Kimmel with Johnny Popcorn

Door + DJ 8pm | Live Music 9pm
Hosted by Johnny Popcorn
Where: SEI Innovation Studio
Plus: Emcee Ciarra and The IIIVibe Collective


Join Philadelphia’s own Johnny Popcorn as they return with a new full-length record, Totem Pole, blending soul, rock, and hip-hop in forms of catchy melodies! Considered an unpredictable thrill ride, Johnny Popcorn seeks to call its fans into action against the ordinary by inspiring the listener to get up off the couch to find meaning and inspiration in the world around them.

Spread the word, come out, sit in.

SEI Innovation Studio

Inside the Kimmel Center
2 levels below ground floor
300 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19102

November 16, 2016 7:00PM Price/Speaks/Diehl Trio at PAFA

Price/Speaks/Diehl Trio
The Price Speaks Diehl Trio is an exceptional Philly-based ensemble consisting of three dynamic group leaders, who have come together to make musical mayhem.

These three firebrands will share an intense evening of music that will vigorously move from the sweet and sublime, to the outer reaches of the musical universe. Get ready for a wild ride.

Musicians: Larry Price - Alto Sax | Nimrod Speaks - Bass | Kevin Diehl - Drums
At the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts / PAFA
118-128 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102


**All Hothouse concerts are FREE with paid museum admission**
Adults: $15 | Seniors (60+): $12
Students (with ID): $12 | Youth (13-18): $8
ACCESS cardholders: $2
Children 12 & under: Free
Military personnel (not groups): Free
Members: Free | STAMP Pass holders: Free

Tuesday, November 8, 2016

November 14, 2016 7:30-11:30 PM The Fusebox #5 with Divinity Roxx and Vertical Current

The Fusebox returns to Silk City with a very special show featuring the extremely talented, Divinity Roxx!! For one night only, this incredible artist will grace that Silk City stage along with resident artists/hosts Vertical Current, Dilemma, and J Michael Harrison (of WRTI 90.1fm)!!!

Silk City
435 Spring Garden St.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

$10 cover
Earlybird price $7 till Nov 7th

Monday, November 7, 2016

November 13, 2016 7:30 PM Trio da Kali with Kinobe at Crossroads Music Calvary Center

The three musicians of Trio Da Kali hail from the Mande culture of Mali, from a heritage of distinguished griots, the caste of specialist hereditary musical artisans. They bring a fresh, contemporary, creative twist to their musical art, breathing new life back into this ancient tradition. Their performances offer a rare glimpse into the soul of the art of the griot, celebrating the African continent’s finest, most subtle and sublime music.
Born near Lake Victoria in Uganda, Kinobe (pronounced “CHI-NO-B脡”) began playing music as a child and by the time he was 21, he had visited every country in Africa, studying and playing with traditional musicians. Over the years as a touring musician, he has performed on numerous festivals along other African artists as such as Toumani Diabate, Youssou N’dour, Salif Keita, Angelique Kidjo, Oliver Mtukudzi, Baaba Maal and many more. His first international performance was at the age of ten with his school ensemble and since then Kinobe has been captivating audiences with virtuoso performances of Ugandan and African roots music and, original compositions, reflecting a wealth of African and world influences. A multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, Kinobe’s has dedicated his life to championing for a better future for children worldwide and using his music as a voice to unite the world.

Calvary Center
801 South 48th Street
(at Baltimore Avenue)
Philadelphia, PA 19143

Tickets: $10-$30 sliding scale

Sunday, November 6, 2016

November 12, 2016 8:00-10:30PM La Yegros: Cumbia from Buenos Aires in Arden, DE

La Yegros: Arden Concert Gild
La Yegros is a powerful presence in Buenos Aires underground scene her vibrant sound and unique voice, along with a larger-than-life performance presence, gives her the point-of-view of an artist with South American flair, but a global mindset.

La Yegros resides in the pulsing heart of cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, but her family hails from the tropical climates found in the rural rain forests of the north, bordering Brazil. She received classical, conservatory training in music and got her break when she played before thousands as part of the De La Guarda experimental theatre. Her debut album Viene De Mi features a wide spectrum of genres: tropical rhythms, Argentine folk, reggae, dancehall, soul, and arabic music.

Confident and vibrant in approach, shes been championed by MTV Iggy, as well as by Fader Magazine, who hailed La Yegros raw urgency while sounding completely relaxed and conversational. Listening to her sing, theres the swagger of a Kelis or even Jamaican dancehall combined with the indomitable homespun wisdom of a vintage soul queen, such as Laura Lee or Angie Stone.

Theres a sass to her singing, at once fresh and urgent yet aged in experience and attitude, that cuts through the male-dominated contemporary cumbia, drawing on both deep folk traditions and cutting edge beats.

Tickets $25.+ $1.87 service fee
Funsavers discount tickets $12.50

Arden Club - Gild Hall
2126 The Highway, Arden, DE 19810

November 12, 2016 8:00-11:30PM Mixed People Performing Live at the Midnight BBQ

Join Paulette Branson and Mixed People for a night of music, food, and fun on the corner of Lancaster & Powelton Ave. this Saturday, Nov. 12th at 8pm!