July 31

6-8pm: HC4 – Harrington / Connors Four - Jazz

The quartet plays .the music of Sonny Rollins and Joe Henderson

8-9pm: Juliette - Singer Songwriter


9-10pm: Donald Malloy & Clear Water - Electro Jazz

A trumpet and drumset duo with programmed tracks !

10pm-12am: Kitoko Groove from Congo

Kitoko Groove's member have developed a strong connection both as friends and musicians that is conveyed in their music.. and it's contagious !! Come experience the best music, direct from Kinshasa!

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
August 1

6-8pm: Michael Morgan Trio - Jazz


8-9:30pm: Sanjay - Rock

Sanjay is a New York based recording artist and composer. His earlier releases include a Spanish album “Vive el Sueño” and an Indian album “Teri Rah”. He has also co-produced a dance track “Ecstasy” with his late friend Michael Clarke. His latest single “You memory has a mind of its own” released in May 2014. His long and much awaited EP “X Roads” featuring guitar player Felipe Staiti of the legendary Argentine Rock band Los Enanitos Verdes and Grammy award winning engineer Gustavo Borner is scheduled to release soon.

9:30pm-12am: Kakande - High Voltage - West African Melodies

The balafon (xylophone) has electrified popular music in West Africa since the court of Emperor Sundiata Keita back in 1235. Lush vocals, flutes, sinewy guitars, cellos .

12-3:45am: DJ JP Biamby

DJ JP BIAMBY Presents Classic Afro-Beat, Coupe Decale, Hip Life, Najia, N'dombolo, Soukous, Reggae, Soca, Reggaeton sprinkled with a little bit of current Hip Hop & R&B.
August 2

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.


The Shrine Big Band is a 15-piece big band, with three trumpets, three trombones, four saxes, flute, piano, guitar, bass, and drums. Come and experience the experimental and hard-swinging sounds every first Sunday of the month from 8pm-11pm!

11pm-3:45am: DJ Ceace - Reggae Night

August 3

6-8pm: Sound Underground - Jazz Trio

"You've got to go down in the basement and visit every note" - Wayne Shorter These words of wisdom from the timeless saxophone legend guide the intimate, melodic approach we take to our unusual instrumentation. Lyrical and conversational, our music traverses the lengths of acoustic jazz.

8-9pm: Bad Faces - Americana

Bad Faces is a Brooklyn based Electric Americana band featuring Barry Komitor, Mike Severino, Brian Stollery, and Adam Douglass.

9-10pm: Statik Vision - Mindie

Statik Vision Is a band from The Bronx whose music consists of a blend of a variety of styles to produce rock and roll in its' many forms.

10-11pm: Tisbury Obama - Folk Rock

Tyler Asay- Vocals, Guitar, Keys, Bass John Domenico- Guitar, Vocals, Keys, Bass Matt Montella- Drums, Percussion, Feild Recordings

11pm-12am: Freddy Loco Ska and Rocksteady Band from Belgium


12-3:45am: DJ Natt from Japan

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.
August 4

6-8pm: Alex Wan's Dream Orchestra - Jazz

Alex Wan's Group has been performing in N.E. and globally since the 90's. Based in NYC and Boston, they play in clubs, festivals and college campuses around US and Asia. Recent CD album: "Alex Wan's Dream Orchestra" has been aired around the world and has won "Best Jazz Album" in Akademia Music Awards in Hollywood, CA recently.. Hits from the CD are still on Numberone Top 100 Chart over a year. All selections from their recent CD album are compositions of Alex Wan.

8-9pm: Waterplanet - Indie Pop

WATERPLANET creates psychedelic folk-art rock with a pop twist. Primarily a duo, Millie Landrum and James Hesser alternate instruments and blend vocal harmonies to create unexpected textures and depth. Recently they are joined by guitarist Gregtape (aka Greg Stinson).

9-10pm: Lucas Brode - Jazz Rock

Currently performing solo and with various groups including Post-Rock / Math-Rock hybrid Hannibal Montana and others throughout the Northeastern US.

10-11pm: I M - Jazz

Idan Morim and his trio for an evening of acoustic Jazz

11pm-12am: Mike B.

I am a guitarist. I am a beatboxer. I am a vocalist. Over the last few years I have been exploring a technique where I do all three simultaneously, writing music that emphasizes every element to my fullest ability. I want to capture the magic and mystery of all my idols; bring my music to people and bring people to me through my music. I’m not interested in styles or labels, fitting neatly into a category in the record rack. I want to listen and harness that which makes great music great, and smash those barriers we’ve invented to keep each other separate. In doing so, one begins to lose their identity.

12-3:45am Mataga DJ from Argentina

"Mataga is originally from Argentina but has been based mostly in Barcelona and Brazil over the past years. While on the road, he has harvested multiethnic, rare and raw grooves, from afro beats and psychedelic cumbias, to dancing and funky tunes. Mataga has been playing mostly in Europe - specially in Spain and the Netherlands -, South America and East Asia."
August 5

6-8pm: The Alex Bryson Quartet - Jazz

Alexander Bryson is an English Pianist based in New York. After completing his undergraduate degree at Trinity College of Music in London he moved to New York City to to pursue a Masters degree in Classical performance at Mannes College the New School for Music. Following graduation he has worked increasingly as jazz musician, an area in which has been involved thoughout his classical studies. During his time in New York he has worked with Murray Wall, Dwayne Clemons, John Leonard, Gary Montenaro, and Marie Claire Giraud

8-9pm: Sean O'Shea - Singer Songwriter

Living My Last Day, comes at you with soulful and emotional lyrics and music, an on and off stage energy not met by many, and a message of keeping hope alive, pursuing dreams, and living each day to the fullest as if it were your last.

9-10pm: Orgulous - Punk Rock

"Alternative Punk Rock at it's best. A sound with similarity to Sabbath or Nirvana. Great lyrics and melody makes Orgulous a great band to chill out too whilst drinking an ice cold cider. Generation Y is a song well worth a listen check it out!" - Beauty Rock Fusion

10-11pm: Michi - Pop

Press: "Artists like Michiko Egger are rare. Perhaps once in a long while- a decade, a generation, something like that....Her album, “Where Your Heart is” proposes a question, but after a few tours with this album, you know that query is directed right at you. Egger leaves her heart on her guitar strings in what could be one of the best albums to come from an independent artist in years...." - Patrick Hickey, Jr., ReviewFix (Mar 26, 2013)

11pm-12am: Empire Beats - Rock& Roll Soul

Glamorous jazz chanteuses and gutsy blues shouters front Mark Boquist’s five to nine piece rhythm band as they explore an expanding book of Rock/Roll&Soul music ~ familiar and forgotten hits from the past and funky new originals. With songs from every side of the love equation, Empire Beats' energetic revue recalls Rhythm & Blues showcases of another era. It’s great music that makes you wanna shout!
August 6

6-8pm: SMM - Jazz funk hip-hop rock soul

Michael Yaw-Drums Campbell Charsee-Keys Justin Michael-Guitar Sam Smith-Bass

8-9pm: Octopus 2000 - Progressive Rock / Neo Soul


9-10pm: Ex Spin Doctor Ross Byron - Rock

The "Byronator"!

10-11pm: Fractal Caravan - Funk Rock

Fractal Caravan play funky, philosophical rock & roll. Edwin Quirk, Fabio Montenegro & David Cornejo are travelers from around the planet, voraciously absorbing the funkiest sounds they can find. They connected on craigslist for a last minute gig in Brooklyn in 2013, & began crafting their eclectic sound immediately. Inspired by The Clash, Bob Marley, Fela, & Jimi, they write modern rock songs to keep you thinking for yourself & dancing, preferably with others. Their debut album, Paradox Lust is available digitally everywhere.

11pm-12am: Sick Sticks

Comedy experimental avant-garde funk jazz fusion rock New York.

12-3:45am: DJ 9AM

R&B, Reggae, Soca, Electronic, Hip Hop, and Old School music.
August 7

6-8pm: Orange Burn - Funk / Rock / Soul

Orange Burn started when Adam Marr (bassist), Mike Grayson (drums) , Theo Moore (percussion) and Martin McDonald (guitar) all got together in January of 2014. The funk, the jazz and the rock sounds that all came out blended perfectly. It was and still is a great mix of soul, funk, rock, jazz and our own vision.

8-9pm: California Flight - R&B Funk Soul

Mr. Jerry J, the original songwriter & singer music producer of California Flight Project's ! He is the soulful "New Funk Hook Master" 1(One), very talented force of California Flight Project funk classic masters. For them it have been an wonderful undertaking well over 31 years of re-grouping their sounds their visual stage image of Jerry J & California Flight Project. Who lead the way of a new funk genre called: J POP SOUL. The new era starts now! (J POP SOUL) music have caught "FIRE" in the genre of R&B/Funk/Jazz/Soul/Pop/ Salsa, ears all around the world.

9-10pm: Fevah - Reggae

Joel Marrain, aka FEVAH, is a soca and reggae composer and artist. Fevah was born in Trinidad in 1972 in San Fernando. He sang gospel and composed spiritual songs from a young age. His father is a retired senior superintendant of the police force of Trinidad and Tobago. Joel wanted to pursue a music career, but out of respect for his father did not pursue a career in music early on. Fevah emigrated to the United States in 1990 but never forgot his roots. In 1997 he entered the first calypso monarch in New York with friend Stefan Cudjo under the name of Syndication. They composed a song called �I�m not feeling to party� and won �Best Party Song.� They also composed the song �Fire Coming Down� which made Raggae Soca Finals in 1998 in Trinidad and Tobago.

10pm-12am: Jomion & The Uklos from Benin

Trumpeter and composer Sam Gnonlonfoun, also known as Jomion, grew up in Benin, West Africa under the watchful eyes of his father, a singer, composer, and vodun percussionist, and his mother, a traditional singer. Samuel started playing the trumpet at age eight and four years later, he was accompanying the choir at his church. At 15 years of age he began playing in the orchestra at his secondary school.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
August 8

6-8pm: Showcase of performing art acts.


8-9pm: Nafsi Groove

Nafsi Groove is a Brooklyn, NY based, Soul-Jazz-Funk Fusion Band

9-10pm: Blake Byrd from Dallas - Pop Singer Songwriter
Blake Byrd is a songwriter and musician originating out of the heart of Dallas Texas. Playing with multiple bands throughout his high school career, and leading worship for different churches and youth groups, the Blake Byrd Band is his new Project beginning in late 2012. Defining his sound as an Indie/Alternative/Pop group they get the question a lot as to what kind of sound that might be. The short answer tends to be an Electric singer/songwriter, and described by multiple radio stations as the Indie Dave Matthews Band. Blake would rather give you the longer description claiming that their sound has the passion in their lyrics of a singer/songwriter, the groovy bass lines of a funky bunch, and catchy melodies that will get stuck in your head.

10pm-12am: Giselle - Pop Funk Soul Dance

GISELLE is a versatile musician whose ability to cross genres has created a sound supported by her signature vocals. In 2015 she collaborated with Louis C.K. and SweetPro on the music for season 5 of the critically acclaimed TV show “Louie,” providing a wide variety of vocal styles. Her operatic career included solo performances at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Hall in New York, Miami’s Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, and Orlando’s Bob Carr Performing Arts Center.

12-3:45am: DJ JP Biamby

DJ JP BIAMBY Presents Classic Afro-Beat, Coupe Decale, Hip Life, Najia, N'dombolo, Soukous, Reggae, Soca, Reggaeton sprinkled with a little bit of current Hip Hop & R&B.
August 9

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-9pm: Three Daves - Jazz

David Schnug was born in Wayne, NJ in 1985. Living and attending school there until the age of 21, David moved to Brooklyn in 2006 to pursue his musical career. Since his arrival, he has played across the nation in various creative projects. David is a multi-instrumentalist, playing on alto, tenor, and soprano saxophones, as well as flute and clarinet. His music embraces the entire jazz spectrum- from the collective dixiland, to the individualistic small group, to collective free jazz.

9-10pm: Trevor Lyon - Singer Songwriter

Emerging from the noise comes the amiable voice of Trevor Lyon. Creating his own robust blend of Reggae infused with elements of Rock, Blues, Hip Hop and Jazz, Trevor Lyon is who he is today because of the road he has traveled. Lots of stories and life along the way, each story is a song, and every song tells a story... One Little Story.

10-11pm: LIFT

LIFT is a Harlem based musical project formed to explore different genres of music. Its founding members, Brodie Enoch (guitar, bass, vocals), Bruce Bynes (keyboards, synthesizer, vocals). and Clarence Holmes (bass, guitar, vocals), have diverse musical backgrounds ranging from southern gospel and R&B to rock. Their music is influenced by such artists as Mighty Clouds of Joy, Simply Red, Lenny Kravitz and The Joy Division. Although LIFT was founded this year, its members are experienced musicians who have played with other bands, groups and choirs.

11pm-3:45am: DJ Ceace - Reggae Night

August 10

6-8pm: Jon Sheckler Trio - Jazz

At a young age, New York based musician Jon Sheckler is proving to be a well versed musician and an up and coming band leader. All About Jazz calls him and his trio "ones to watch" and that Jon's music is full of "mischievous Dudley Moore-like playing." As a drummer, Jon has played with some of today's leading musicians and entertainers including trumpeter Clay Jenkins (Clayton Hamilton JO), award winning vocalist Catherine Jensen-Hole, guitarist Al Rowe (Willie Dixon, Edwin Starr), international recording artist Darrius Willrich and Seattle jazz luminaries Chad McCullough, Reuel Lubag, Mark Taylor, The Jim Cutler Jazz Orchestra, Todd Delgudice, and studio percussionist Micheal Spiro. Jon also performed on Carnival Cruise Lines until 2014. In 2010, the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival recognized Jon as an outstanding musician and his composition "Water Marks" won 2009 UNC Jazz Composers Contest. As an educator, Jon has been a faculty member at Day Jams Rock Camps, Musical Minds Keyboard Club and was an adviser to the Bellevue High School music program. He has studied with John Riley, Jim White, Gray Barrier and Steve Korn.

8-9pm: With Watson - Folk

We are singer/ songwriting duo with a mix blues/folk/rock that plays unique takes on covers and our own original music ...

9-11pm: WHAM - Harlem / Heights

Washington Heights and Harlem joined together on Columbus Day. Hosted by The Washington Heights Artist Movement (WHAM)

12-3:45am: DJ Natt from Japan

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.
August 11

6-8pm: Joe Breidenstine Quintet - Jazz

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.

8-9pm: Ric Molina Group - Fusion

The Ric Molina Group was formed in the Fall of 2012 and features guitarist & composer Ric Molina, with Samir Zarif on saxophone, Ted Baker on piano, Fima Ephron on acoustic & electric bass and Dan Pugach on drums.

9-10pm: Static In The Attic - Rock

Static in the Attic is a blues/rock quartet rooted in Carbondale, PA, that channels vibes from each other’s old-school and modern style influences of multiple rockin’ genres. The band’s origins date back to 2010, and they have since progressed to playing alongside touring acts such as Big D & The Kids Table, The Flatliners, and Badfish. Static has also performed at multiple popular venues such as The 45th Anniversary Woodstock Reunion, and in 2014, released their first album “On The Street”, including a rendition of the Hendrix classic “Hey Joe”, along with two music videos. You don’t want to miss it, so come dig the funky riffs and bluesy grooves and feel the Static!

10-11pm: Asphalt Green - Rock

Unsatisfied with the processed, synthetic music being passed off as rock, Asphalt Green was born out of the desire to bring rock and roll back it to its roots, warts and all. Raw, visceral, energetic, catchy, and frightening have all been used to describe their sound. Channeling the classic rock ...

11pm-12am: Castle Black - Rock Punk

A wise woman said (you know who you are): "Crunchy riffy bluesy jams you'll find yourself humming to yourself for days afterwards."

12-3:45am: DJ Negus Korby

Eclectic sound Selector Hip hop : Dance : afrobeat : soul : Funk : electronica : reggae
August 12

6-8pm: Moon Sugar - Jazz Rock


8-9pm: Jonathan Foster - Singer Songwriter

Trapped somewhere between a hippie and cowboy, singer-songwriter Jonathan Foster brings a roots blend of Americana music as a recording and performing artist. His 2013 album "Sabbatical" (produced by Foster & Bruce Turgon) features songs that explore the human experience from travel, love, humor, and disappointment. This marked his debut studio effort, and is accompanied by great players including long-time collaborator Ron Gillette (guitar), Morgan Hannaford (upright bass), Tracy Manuel (percussion), and guest appearances by Torri Pratt (vocals), Jim Dyar (vocals), Martha Boyle (fiddle), Mark McAbee (vocals). His upcoming full length album "Help Me Run" (due May 5, 2015) and this project were recorded, mixed and mastered at After Hours Recorders in Redding, CA by Bruce Turgon.

9-10pm: Superfecta Banda

Superfecta, a quartet from the greater NYC area, wants everyone to know that what brings them together isn’t just the energy they feel when they perform. The glue that keeps them bound to each other is their love of rock and roll. There’s no-hidden agenda. Jim, Mark, JP, and Auggie each bring a different musical history but at the end of the day, Superfecta is four men striving to express themselves by capturing experiences into words and notes that are both familiar and fresh.

10-11pm: Woolly Mammals - Soul Funk

Woolly Mammals is a NYC Soul/Funk outfit intent on weaving the genres of Soul, Funk and Jazz into pieces so warm and fuzzy they're scientifically proven (by doctors) to raise your body temperature. Taking cues from artists like Jimi Hendrix, Lettuce, D'Angelo and Stevie Wonder, Woolly Mammals produces sets ranging everywhere from deep-fried, swampy originals to trap covers of pop songs.
August 13

6-8pm: Yuki Shibata Trio - Jazz

Jazz pianist Yuki Shibata and her quartet will play a collection of original tunes. Her musical sensibility is both energetic and infectious, her melodies both playful and haunting. As a composer she has achieved recognition as one of Berklee College of Music's innovative new artists. Performing in Boston and Japan, this quartet is a magical and uplifting experience…………………. Yuki Shibata, keys --- Yoshiki Yamaha, bass --- Hironori Suzuki, drum set

8-9pm: Gen Don Horisawa from Japan - Pop

Gen DON Horisawa is a pop singer songwriter from Japan.

9-10pm: Chae from Colombia - Singer Songwriter

CHAE is an this Afro Colombian singer/songwriter Acoustic, Folk rock, Soul Latin &Tropical music performer. She is well known in her native country of Colombia. In the past she has toured in the Americas and Europe as part of a sister duo called Las Perlas Negras. At the present time CHAE has performed in several places in NYC.

10-11pm: Mishti - Singer Songwriter Guitarist

Freddie King meets Kate Bush in Palestine... in Power Trio form? Why not?! Joining vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Mishti are R&B funk-master Anthony Candullo on bass (Live Society, Myles Mancuso) and metal/groove king Matt Graff on Drums (The Brighton Beat, Chevonne and the Fuzz, 6th Degree). For more information, please check out

11pm-12am: Distant Figure - Rock

Distant Figure has been tearing up every town they play and building a stronger fan base with every show! Rock Never Dies!!!

12-3:45am: DJ 9AM

R&B, Reggae, Soca, Electronic, Hip Hop, and Old School music.
August 14

6-8pm: Session - R&B

SESSION" is a queens based band that is an R&B rock jazz cover band that also has an original CD called "ROMANTIC" WE have traveled all over the country we are 'SESSI"ON'

8-9pm: Jenny Amien - Blues

Born in New York City, Jenny Amlen has performed around the world, including stints in the US, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Jenny can belt out the blues, improvise melodies with Middle Eastern influence or croon a sweet-as-chocolate ballad using her versatile three-octave range and incredible tone. She began her music career at the American Music Dramatic Academy and received a BA from SUNY College in music. Being fascinated by eastern raga, she studied in India with Terry Riley and La Monte Young. Jenny's original bands have performed in world-famous New York City clubs including CBGB, China Club, Tramps, Knitting Factory the Bitter End, Red Lion, Coda and Kenny's Castaways. She's received glowing reviews from New York City Music Magazines.

9-10:15pm: British Dependency from Anguilla - Reggae

Hailing from the British Isle of Anguilla, British Dependency brings Root, Heart and Soul to Reggae music by fusing various genres with their three piece ensemble, drum, guitar and bass. Their unique and eclectic sound appeals not only to those with a discerning musical palate but also those who are avid reggae fans.

10:15-12am: 6th Degree Music - Reggae / Afrobeat

SixthDegreeMusic is a versatile and devastating crew of dedicated musicians led by frontman Ryan "SixthDegree" Nava. SixthDegree first began assembling members for his collective in 2006 and has spent the last four years studying music full time in Boston while constantly playing shows throughout the North East. Bringing high energy and undeniably tight grooves to every stage they storm, SixthDegreeMusic has developed a unique stage show incorporating live dub, experimental blending of world music styles, raw hip hop lyrics and on-the-spot improvisation.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
August 15

6-8pm: Asako Takasaki - Jazz

In NY, Asako befriended and studied with Beverley Smith, James Smith, and Bettina Sheppard. Asako joined a jam session at St. Nicks Pub in Harlem and kept on joining sessions at the mass of famous jazz clubs such as Lenox Lounge, Showmans, Robins Nest, American Legion, Niagara, Cleopatra Needls, Smalls, Fat Cat, Garage, Pumpkins, and Nuyorican Poets Cafe. She also took part in the recording of James Smith,(who is a keyboard player of STAFF), when he made his private CD. A contestant on the Amateur Night at Apollo Theatre in Harlem.

8-9pm: Jericho Heads - Fusion

The formation of Jericho Heads was a happy accident that began in a pizza place catalyzed by the love for music, performing and apparently pizza.

9-10pm: Fighting in the Streets - Funk / Rock / Electronic

Fighting In The Streets is a fiery band of musicians who utilize jazz improvisation, funky grooves, and smooth showmanship through video game music. We play songs from Super Mario Bros, Sonic the Hedgehog, Street Fighter 2, Mega Man, Castlevania, and more. The band consists of five members including reeds, guitar, keys, bass and drums. The goal of the band is to play music we have listened to subconsciously as kids and bring to life with new arrangements and pure RAW energy.

10pm-12am: Sambalolo - Malian Music, Reggae & Blues.

"His smooth, sensuous vocals draw you right in, with his fabulous guitar playing and just the right amount of traditional percussive accompaniment making for a truly beautiful performance. I felt myself swept away to a distant place, interested in learning more about this fascinating storyteller." — Boston Survival Guide

12-3:45am: DJ JP Biamby

DJ JP BIAMBY Presents Classic Afro-Beat, Coupe Decale, Hip Life, Najia, N'dombolo, Soukous, Reggae, Soca, Reggaeton sprinkled with a little bit of current Hip Hop & R&B.
August 16

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-9pm: Lathan' s Way - Vocal Quartet

Lathan’s Way: This exciting vocal quartet, dubbed the “Urban Manhattan Transfer,” comes together under the guidance of our inspired and talented composer/arranger Gregory K. Lathan. His luscious harmonic versions of Jazz, Soul, Pop, R&B & Gospel/Funk tunes will treat the ear with a unique twist ...

9-10pm: Meg Berry - Singer Songwriter

I am a singer-songwriter who lives and records in a big old barn in South Orange, NJ. I am thrilled to be back to playing music live, having made my NYC singer-songwriter debut at the 3rd annual CBGB's Music and Film Festival on Saturday, Oct 11 2014 at Bar 13! I have been praised in Billboard Magazine and other notable press, in a previous project, in addition to charting #1 on college radio and AAA. Since 1998, I have been writing an alt country body of work that tells the very personal story of the man who goes to war and brings the war home with him.

10pm-12am: JAH-N-I Roots Band - Reggae

JAH-N-I Roots Band (pronounced Jah-In-I) has been striking the airwaves with music of mystical over standing of the time in which we living in.
August 17

6-8pm: Alaska Day & Nate Philips - Jazz Duo

We first started jamming together on jazz tunes in fall of 2013 at Sarah Lawrence College, Since then we have continued to play jazz together, each of us growing in our personal musical journeys, and then uniting to craft our sound as a duo. Separating and reconvening, the music was always strong, inspiring, and exciting. We want to share with you the joy we like to create! It’s fun for us and we want the same for you!

8pm-12am: Hip Hop and Spoken Words - Open Mic with Band

"Likwuid blends her noble rhymes with lip biting grooves, I feel fortunate that her craft and beautiful spirit are rising in this decade as a contemporary. After experiencing Likwuid Stylez, i feel fully satisfied from the frontal lobe to the hip bones." -Esperanza Spalding, Grammy Award Winner

12-3:45am: DJ Natt from Japan

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.
August 18

6-8pm: Hajime Yoshida Band - Jazz

Hajime Yoshida, originally from Chiba, Japan. He started playing the guitar at the age of 15. Even though his interest was playing rock at first, he went into playing improvised music and jazz as well. He spent 6 years of studying jazz guitar/composition at The University of North Texas. He received a scholarship in the jazz studies while he was attending the college. He had an opportunity to play with 3 o'clock lab band at UNT for 2 years. Also, he played in the retirement concert of an arranger Paris Rutherford in spring of 2009. While he was very active in the Dallas/Fort-Worth music scene, he co-led and recorded with the band Quatuor. Hajime's first CD "Melodie" will be released in the next year. He moved to Brooklyn NY in 2009, and has been a very active musician in Brooklyn and Queens area.

8-9pm: Gloria Isaiah - Latin

I am a Singer, Songwriter and Bandleader. I perform with a live band, out of the great City of New York. I create music to move your body, stimulate the spine and lyrics to inspire. Modeling is simply an extension of the creative process. On occasion, I dip my fingers in acting, writing and directing.

9-10pm: Slow Burn - Funk


10pm-3:45am: Soulful Horizon In Harlem - hosted by DJ ZAID

No cover. Resident DJ Zaid Abdulrahim and special guest Aaron K Gray bring the party back uptown!
August 19

6-8pm: Darrell Smith Trio - Jazz


8pm-2am: Maria Davis Mad Wednesday's & R&B Against AIDS

Maria Davis/Mad Wednesday's New Artist Showcase with A Live Band has been existence since 1994, showcasing R&B, Hip Hop, Gospel, Reggae & Poetry Maria Davis AIDS Activist/Survivor is the Producer and Host of "Mad Wednesday's" many premiere artist has grace our stage "Jay Z", "50 Cents","Alyson Williams" "Brian McKnight", "Anthony Hamilton", "Donelle Jones", "Missy Elliott", "Monica" DJ Funk Master Flex, DJ Red Alert, DJ ACE Comedians "Bill Bellamy", "Bernie Mac", "Talent" and the list goes on. Mad Wednesday's has now incorporated a live band to it's family featuring "karl Browne" (Key Boards), "Lil Sean" (Drums), "Melvin Koonce" (lead Guitar) & "Jerry Brooks" (lead Bass) Maria Davis believes it is not just about the music but, education, awareness, self empowerment, & community. Seven hour music marathon for Haiti!
August 20

6-8pm: Matt Dwonszyk - Jazz

Matt Dwonszyk has performed with Harold Maybern, Larry Willis, David Hazeltine, Rick Germanson, Pete Malinverni, Steve Wilson, Abraham Burton, Javon Jackson, John Farnsworth, Joe Farnsworth, Winard Harper, Joe Strasser, Eddie Henderson, Steve Davis, Freddie Hendrix and Duane Eubanks. With the Purchase College Big Band, Matt performed at the Blue Note with Terrell Stafford and at Dizzy’s Coca Cola Club with Steve Turre. Matt appears as a side man on Josh Bruneau’s cd “Bright Idea” recorded live at Smalls Jazz Club. He also performed at the 2015 Winter Jazz Festival with Jovan Alexandre and is a sideman on Jovan’s cd “Collective Consciousness”. Matt was musical director/arranger for South African vocalist Nonhlanhla Kheswa’s cd “Meadowlands, Stolen Jazz” recorded live at Joe’s Pub. He is also featured as a sideman on June Bisantz’s cd “It’s Always You”.

8-9pm: James Brook - Rock

J.A.M.E.(S) BROOK is a rock band that formed in the jam sessions and barrooms of Brooklyn, New York. The members of the band—Justin Goldman, Adriano Vasquez, Marcel Negret, and Ernesto Benitez—come from a wide range of places, from Colombia to Connecticut, and bring an even wider range of musical influences to our sound. In any J.A.M.E.(S) BROOK song, you might hear traces of Pearl Jam, Social Distortion, Pavement, Led Zeppelin, Gram Parsons, the Allman Brothers, Soundgarden, the Doors, or the Smashing Pumpkins. We strive to bring these influences together to create a recognizable yet new guitar-driven sound that reflects the diversity and energy of Brooklyn, the place we call home.

9-10pm: Divina Supernova from Brazil - Electro World

Divina Supernova shows to the world a music which has no time or space. This work is result of the odyssey of two brazilian musicians: She comes from São Paulo - southest - and he comes from Alagoas - northest of Brazil. This duo of multi-instrumentalists brings a lot of concrete experiences in brazilian independent musical scene: the both have released CDs by the label Baratos Afins and other ones by independent works.

10-11pm: Steven Chelliah - Rock Fusion

Steven Chelliah, a prized Malaysian export is an award winning singer-songwriter, composer and guitarist in the Jazz/Rock/Fusion idiom. This talented young man traces his musical heritage back through a long lineage of South Indian court composers and has studied extensively in both Western and Eastern traditions. Thanks to his rich, sophisticated musical background, Steven has developed groundbreaking compositional techniques which utilize all of the Eastern exotic scales within a Western frame-work to open up a whole new world of color and flavor. This fresh new system called FuzAsian can be heard throughout his work.

11pm-12am: Greg Banks from New Orleans - Funk, R&B, Neo-Soul

A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Gregory Banks is not your average artist. In a time where mediocrity has become the norm in an ever-changing music industry, only a few singers shine as true artists. He has opened up for Multi-Platinum artist Lil Wayne, Trey Songz, Mike Jones, and Jazzy Jeff; won a B.E.T College Tour Competition; has been featured on many radio stations and local television shows; and was a finalist in Andre Harrell’s Superstar Soul Search Competition.

12-3:45am: DJ 9AM

R&B, Reggae, Soca, Electronic, Hip Hop, and Old School music.
August 21

6pm-8pm: MinJin Seo Quintet - Jazz

MinJin is a Jazz vocalist, songwriter and arranger from South Korea. She has been formally educated in music since she was 15 of age. She is currently studying for Master’s degree in Jazz Performance at Queens College, NY. MinJin can sing modern Jazz and standards jazz numbers, and her storytelling makes her an extraordinary musician.

8-9pm: Zero 360 - R&B Pop Funk

This is the official website Zero 360 created so that our fans are able to keep up with our very exciting musical events. We've been blessed to pursue our dream of performing music and entertaining adoring audiences in the finest concert halls across the United States and the world. We are honored that you're joining us. Whether we are in the studio working on our new album or jet setting to all of the far-flung corners of the globe, this is the one place you can always go to stay updated with our latest activities. We work hard to keep the information on my site current, topical, and fun. So peruse at your leisure and check back often — you never know when something fun is going to pop up here for your entertainment and enjoyment!

9-10pm: P. Muna - Neo Soul

Influenced by the great artists of our generation, P. Muna has blended together Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop to create his own eclectic style. Raised by a single mother of 6 in upstate NY, P. Muna lived through poverty and many hardships, but through it all he was able to remain hopeful and determined; qualities evident in his projects. His smooth and soulful voice, paired with his impeccable flow have landed him on stage with some of the biggest artists in music including Snoop Dogg, Lupe Fiasco, Juicy J, 2 Chainz, Mac Miller and Steve Aoki. His highly anticipated EP "Live Long and Prosper" drops this summer and is sure to solidify his place in Hip-Hop.

10pm-12am: The Brighton Beat - Afrobeat

The Brighton Beat is aimed to bring some joy to your ears and get your feet moving. Providing their own interpretation of afrobeat in today's modern world, this all original, instrumental music is here for your listening pleasure.

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
August 22

6-8pm: The New Shade Of Soul

R​​​​​​​​​​ecently, Russell, along with personal friends and colleagues George Buonocore and Mike Jones has formed a fabulous vocal group, 'The New Shades Of Soul', commemorating all the wonderful music from a Lost Era, and bringing it back in a big way. There is a multicultural, multi-generational appeal to this group, as songs that touch the soul help connect to a unique, diverse audience. With songs like 'Betcha By Golly Wow', 'Hey There Lonely Girl' and 'La, La Means I Love You', these songs show the romantic side of these 'Shades.'

8-9pm: Annette Genovese - Vocalist

Annette, a professionally trained vocalist, has performed and recorded in the New York Tri-State area for over 25 years and done 3 tours in the Middle East. She directed the music ministry at her church for 20 years. Working solo and in various groups, she has written or arranged, and recorded dozens of songs for her own albums, Indie artists, and commercials. Managing her own projects, she has created several professionally produced albums ranging from new wave, gospel rock, pop, funk, and jazz. For each project, she has provided primary creative oversight from initial vision through song arrangement/writing, recording, mixing, and final mastering.

9-10pm: Pierre Henderson' s Power Trio - Blues Rock

Sounds Like: Jeff Beck, Induct Johnny Winter into the Rock & Roll Hall of, Joe Walsh. Label: Giant Music

10pm-12am: Crucial Bridge and the Inity Band - Reggae

Dynamic Antiguan singer Crucial Bridge and the Inity Band play reggae and dancehall music to move the feet and uplift the spirit. Crucial Bridge has performed with the Cannabis Cup Band, Skatalites, and Roots Vibration, and his smooth vocals lead the new autism-themed single, “Angels of the World.” Inity Band, based in Harlem at Shrine World Music Venue, features reggae veterans Blacka on bass, Eugene Medinna on keyboards, Rick Sabo on guitar, and G. Moses on drums, plus very special guests.!
August 23

5-8pm: The Shrine Sunday Jazz Jam Session with Lu Reid

Spontaneous Jazz does not happen at Lincoln Center...or BAM!!! It is still in Harlem, where my friends and I live it every day. All the musicians on these streets are stars. When I was a kid and I first heard the sweet language of that magical Jazz I was hooked for life. You just soaked it up and couldn't help but be moved by it as you walked the streets. I can still feel that kaleidoscope of sound, and I want to bring it to you each and every Sunday.

8-9pm: Gustavo Ecclesia from Argentina - Singer Songwriter

Gus Ecclesia, is a singer/song writer and guitar player from Argentina. His music is the result of many influences with traditional folk roots from his native country and the Rio de la Plata (Argentina/Uruguay) together with Tango, a sound that is very characteristic of Buenos Aires. He is currently launching his first solo CD with his own songs that travel through the Latin-American map, called "Cancion de Ida". After enjoying great success in his home country of Argentina, this will be his first trip to New York City.

12-3:45am: Shrine Dub Club - Reggae Live Sound System
An exclusive Roots & Culture Dance hosted by Tiqur Ambassa. 100% vinyls selection from roots rockers reggae to fresh dubs rendered on an artisanal control tower with Brother Iko on the mic following the tradition of sound systems that flourished in the UK since the 70's. All tribes welcomed so put on your dancing shoes and run come rally!
August 24

8-9pm: Megumi Hakuba - Jazz Singer


9-10pm: Con / Science - Latin Rock

In the times of the Inca: when a Condor is captured by Men, it is held in a Coliseum, and then tied to a bull. The Condor/Bull Combo are led down a Corridor to an arena, where they are to fight to the death for human spectators but dont. Instead, with the Condors wings the Bull flies into the stands, where their joint rampage destroys all life there.

10-11pm: Carol Voight from Brazil - Forro


11pm-12am: Chuckie Campbell - Live Hip Hop

Chuckie Campbell is an American musician, poet, fiction writer, editor, publisher, and educator who lives in Buffalo, NY. Recently, he won All WNY Music Awards for Best Hip Hop Performer and Best New Artist. His album, More Die of Heartbreak, has garnered five star reviews and positive press from online and print outlets such as the Huffington Post, The Source, Young Hollywood, The Examiner, and UTG Review. When Esente Center Stage selected Chuckie Campbell as their emerging artist of the week, writer Peter Amara affirmed him as "super-lyrical" with words that "thrust" the listener "in the middle of the scenario," praising the rapper for his "intricate wordplay" and "incredibly fast flow."
August 25

6-8pm: The Tom Blatt Project - Jazz

The Project, It's a case of the sum equals more then the separate parts or maybe like Communism where it's from each their abilities to each their needs. The Project uses elements of contemporary classical music and jazz along with electronic sounds, Latin rhythms, ancient Japanese court music and whatever else we can find that works. Pieces are sometimes a combination of written parts and free improvisation.

8-9pm: Milton Carrero - Singer Songwriter

“Carrero’s music has a thoughtful feel with gentle rhythms. It displays a wide variety of influences — flamenco, jazz, son, bossa nova, gypsy and reggae. Carrero’s soulful, heartfelt vocals make many of his works sound like love songs, but the lyrics are spiritual instead of about personal relationships, reflecting his positive attitude about life.” Morning Call news, Pennsylvania.

9-10pm: Miriam Elhajili - Folk Singer Songwriter

365 days after turning fifteen, Miriam Elhajli bought her used Jumbo Takamine guitar for half the original price, due to dried blood stains splattered inside the body that the original owner caused. However, this was not appalling but rather intriguing. This guitar was not like the others, an inanimate object whose neck was stiff and smelled of cedar, but it was rather a moody and half-alive creature.This was the start of a peaceful and meaningful friendship that continues to bring much joy to the both of them, and perhaps even to others.

10-11pm: Nosy Mangabe - Pop Folk

Nosy Mangabe's music is strange, captivating, and melodic, with lyrics ranging from vulnerable introspection, to fanciful stories about men who ride tornadoes in the hopes of getting to kiss clouds that resemble their lovers. With dueling ukuleles at the helm, the forces of this progressive-jazz-folk quintet fuse the whimsical, weird, and wonderful, producing an exquisite maelstrom of sound, guaranteed to leave the listener's hair messy.

12-3:45am DJ Basir

The R&B, old school, dancehall dj for a smoth tuesday night dancing.
August 26

6-8pm: Andre Carvalho - Jazz

Featuring Eitan Gofman (saxophone), André Matos (guitar), Nick Hetko (piano), André Carvalho (bass) and Guilhem Flouzat (drums).

8-10pm: Fernandito Ferrer Band - Latin

Nacido el 27 de julio de 1978, Fernando Antonio Ferrer Cruz ha sido un joven pionero entre la nueva cosecha de cantautores en Puerto Rico. Se presenta por primera vez al público en Lares ’97 y desde entonces ha dado a conocer su música dentro y fuera de la Isla. Natural de San German, Ferrer toma de los gigantes de la Nueva Trova de los ’70, pero ha desarrollado tambien un lenguaje propio dentro de su trabajo. Su ataque percutivo en la guitarra y sus impresinantes habilidades vocales junto al buen uso de melodía e imagenes poéticas tan sutiles como impactantes situan su música en un contexto mucho más amplio. Su estilo se puede comparar a los trabajos de Tracy Chapman, Annie D’Franco, Antonio Caban Vale, Silvio Rodriguez y Nick Drake. En enero ’02 publica su primera auto-producción “Después de Tanto Tiempo” grabada en Santo Domingo.

11pm-12am: Wolf & Tuba

Brian Wolff first discovered the tuba at a music store in Austin, Texas. It was the summer of 1994, one of the hottest July's on record. And Wolff, whether deranged by the heat or the instruments sumptuous curves and shiny bell, knew instantly and inexplicably that he would dedicate the rest of his life to the pursuit of Tuba Stardom. Knowing little of the tuba itself, he had few preconceived notions of the tuba's roll in music and thus was under the impression that, as a creator of sound, the tuba had no limitations at all. Wolff quickly dove in, starting a band with old friend Tony Nozero. They called themselves Just Drums and Tuba. Soon they added a guitar player and summarily dropped the "Just" from their name.
August 27

6-8pm: The Stachel Quintet - funky world jazz

Norbert Stachel is a multi-instrumentalist, recording and performance artist. He has long been recognized for his individualized soloistic style on saxophones, clarinets, and flutes. He has left his mark on recordings and performances with such great artists as Aerosmith, Tower of Power, Roger Waters, Tony Toni Toné, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Prince, Tito Puente, Diana Ross, Boz Scaggs, Neil Diamond, En Vogue, The Temptations, Sheila E, Quincy Jones, Les McCann, Don Cherry, Freddie Hubbard, Roy Hargrove, Andrew Hill, and many others.

8-9pm: Jack Nkanga - Soul Funk

Nkanga Jack Tanzi, well known for his stage name Jack Nkanga Is a Damba-Kingdom of Kongo soul born with a cosmopolitan culture Heir of "Konono" the traditional music of Bazombo sub ethnic group, located on the north of Angola. His musical experience is based on experiments, He launched currently "Oops"', his first Ep on july 19, where he combines

9-10pm: Naila from Trinidad

Naila Joseph, a Trinidadian born singer, did her first recording at the tender age of 3. Being a daughter of a pastor and a music teacher, Naila's earliest musical influences were due to her exposure to gospel and classical music within her household. She recalls her childhood home as being always filled with students coming in and out for lessons, choir rehearsals and band practices. As time progressed her passion for singing intensified, her first solo performances taking place in local churches by the age of nine.

11pm-12am: Mystic Seahorse - Rock

All American hard rock band with a punk attitude. Mystic seahorse is a band made up of 4 guys that live for the music. We want nothing more than to have a great time on stage and to give the crowd a show that they will always remember. We love to push the limits of music creativity by combining different styles of music to make something brand new that people of all ages can enjoy.
August 28

6-8pm: Brandon Coleman Trio - Jazz

Having been called a “wonderful composer” and “sophisticated player” as well as “one of the most unique guitar voices to emerge over the last decade”, Brandon Coleman is the Midwest’s foremost jazz guitarist. Based out of Cincinnati, OH, Coleman regularly performs with his groups Brandon Coleman Quartet and Zvezda as well as Louisville-based prog-jazz outfit D’Arkestra and jazz saxophonist JD Allen. Brandon Coleman - Guitar Jacob Teichroew - Tenor Sax Matt Wiles - Bass Andrew Gillum - Drums

8-9pm: Treasury

TESS of "Treasury" is a singer/songwriter who has worked with a variety of world class performing artists. In the mid-nineties,she headed her own twenty piece Big Band, Tess and The SwingDaddies, conducted by the great late Frank Foster. She wrote the theme song for the Gotham Award winning Showtime film short, "A Dream To Fly" The Bessie Coleman Story. She also headlined at Carnegie Hall in George Wien's sold out "Billie Ella, Sarah, Carmen" headlined the opening of The Q Jazz Club inside the Cirygan Palace in Istanbul, Turkey, played The Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy and many other festivals throughout Europe, Asia, the Caribbean,etc... She has several unreleased original recordings and enjoys quietly contributing to musical projects as a way of life., minus the pretentiousness of the music business. TREASURY is her latest band. Expressions of Indigenous blues/rock/jazz... and FREEDOM!!!

9-10pm: Gisela Tangui & The Voodoo Cabaret - World

Gisela Tangui and The Voodoo Cabaret will feed your musical senses and mix it into a pot of voodoo cabaret healing.

10pm-12am: Garrison Hawk - Reggae

Garrison Hawk (also known as "Hawkman," born 23 October 1978) is a Jamaican singer and dancehall artist. He is best known for his work on Tricky’s 2001 album Blowback. Tricky praised the collaboration, telling Billboard magazine, "Hawk is my partner, musically. It's almost like my career is changing, and I am finding all the right people to work with."[1] Born in Mandeville, Jamaica, Hawk was a teenager when he moved with his family to the Bronx, New York, where he cultivated a distinctive singing and rapping style. He started performing with local sound systems, and eventually shared a stage with Shabba Ranks and Super Cat on an East Coast tour in the late '90s. After releasing a series of underground singles—including "3 the Yard Way," with DJ Excel, and "Addicted" (the flip side to "An It Don’t Stop" by Smoothe da Hustler)—he received significant airplay on New York’s Hot 97 radio station and broke through on several club charts in Europe. In 1999, he was approached by producers Roger Sanchez and Armand Van Helden to perform on some club mixes for the AV8 label.[

12-3.45am: DJ Birane from Ivory Coast

One of NYC's finest African DJ, the best coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa in the city.
August 29

2-6pm: Penny Sings The Hits


6-8pm: Goldies Kreation - Old School R&B

Goldie's Kreation is an Old School R&B/Disco Cover Band. Kreation has been together sense 2010 and still going strong. Kreation has played all over the New York region down to the Carolina's. Kreation is made up of 6 or more Members. Each Kreation Band Member have been in this business over 40 years. Kreation have members who played with such people as Sam & Dave, Drifters, Moments, Lonnie YoungBlood, Marcus Miller just to name the few. Goldie's Kreation aim to make you feel good all over. There's no music task Goldie's Kreation can't handle.

8-10pm: Soul4Life - R&B

This band is like an Octopus each person acting with its own tentacle but still connected to the main source of life. MUSIC. We come from different parts of the city and connected in the middle all members are working professionals who love to play and sing. We work by day as, FDNY EMS tech, we drive New York by Bus, we handle and deliver the Mail we teach Handicapped children music and Black History, we council Additive Adults with problems, and we provide Health Information services to those in need and at night we come to play music. A very unique mix of talent that is why we are 'Soul 4 Life'. Baby!

10pm-12am: Nappy Riddem - Reggae / Funk / Soul

Since releasing their debut album on Fort Knox Recordings in 2011, NAPPY RIDDEM has been busy touring nationwide and releasing a string of remixes, transforming itself into an uplifting and conscious reggae band that is funky enough to pack the dancefloor. Started by Mustafa Akbar and Rex Riddem, NAPPY RIDDEM is now joined in the studio and on stage by drummer Jon Modell as part of a 6 piece live ...