2271 adam clayton powell jr. blvd. (133-134 st) new york, ny 10030 • 212-690-7807 • info@shrinenyc.com
SHRINE World Music Venue /
bar restaurant
live music performances
dj - comedy - poetry -
theater - karaoke
art exhibitions - conference room

7 days a week - 4pm-4am

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Saturday, July 4
6:00 6-8:30pm: Louis de Mieulle - Jazz Fusion
Born and raised in Paris, France, bassist/composer Louis de Mieulle started his musical education at 7, playing the cello. After switching to the bass guitar, he eventually graduated from the National Conservatory of Paris (classical writing) and the American School (jazz), and then moved to Boston to attend the Berklee College of Music, from which he graduated in two years.
8:30 8:30-9pm: The Afro Nick Alternative Rock
The crowd gathers, the beer flows and music starts pounding. The Afro Nick tunes his guitars and hooks his pedals in preparation for the night. Like nights before he chases the ultimate high for all musicians -- to simply play. His album “Make It” is a formidable force in music. Every song has a story and every musician has theirs. For The Afro Nick, his life is within his music. He raises the creative bar with his effervescent fervor, the tight rhythm section, and the Motown
10:00 10pm-12am: Bodoma The Garifuna Cultural Band - World
Bodoma (The Original Garifuna), represents his culture with traditional drumming, singing & dance with a youthful group of Garifuna players. Bodoma evokes the spirit of the ancestors while creating a joyful, conscious party atmosphere from punta to paranda to dance hall & reggaeton Bodoma is one of the most vibrant performers in the Americas today.
12:00 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.
Sunday, July 5
5:00 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.
8:00 8-11pm: THE SHRINE BIG BAND - JAZZ
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!
11:00 11pm-3:45am: DJ Ceace - Reggae Night
Each and every Sunday night, DJ Ceace hold down Shrine’s till 4am spinning the hottest roots, rocksteady and dancehall to keep the dancefloor hot HOT HOT! Come check it out yourself!
Monday, July 6
5:00 5-8pm: Harlem ASL Night
We are Deaf and Hard of Hearing members of the National Action Network, a leading civil rights organization, we established the House of Justice (HOJ) Deaf Club to create an environment for active Deaf and Hard of Hearing participation. We are supported by NAN's Interpreter/Advocates Committee.
8:00 8-9pm: Bonehart Flannigan - Singer Songwriter
"Bonehart Flannigan. There may be no more fitting pseudonym in all the singer-songwriter pen names I’ve heard. First, it sounds a little silly rolling off the tongue, makes you giddy in some way. Same goes for a Bonehart Flannigan performance. While the songs may hurl themselves at heartbreak, murder and destitution, their exuberance and charm matches that of their composer. But back to the name: Bonehart Flannigan.
9:00 9-10pm: Phantom Pop - Jazz/Fusion/Funk
Phantom Pop is a project created by Dave Lowenthal to record an album of original music. Dave is joined by Josh Schusterman on Drums, Haruka Yabuno on Keys, Matt Giella on Cornet , and Atsushi Ouchi on Tenor Sax. The music combines elements of modern jazz, funk, fusion, and neo-soul.
10:00 10-11pm: Crosswalk Anarchy - Jazz Hip Hop
monday, july 6, 2015 10:00pm 10-11pm: Crosswalk Anarchy - Jazz Hip Hop Crosswalk Anarchy is a collective of 5 Boston-based musicians who seek to blow your mind with their arsenal of sophisticated hip-hop/fusion originals and still have you singing along.
11:00 11pm-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.
Tuesday, July 7
6:00 6-8pm: Adam Machaskee - Jazz
Adam Machaskee is a recent graduate of Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Arts where he earned his Masters of Music degree studying with New York area professionals Conrad Herwig and Andy Hunter. Originally from Cleveland Ohio, Adam studied with such locals as Mark Russo, Mike Shively and Paul Ferguson. He then completed a Bachelors of Music degree in Jazz Studies from University of Cincinnati’s College – Conservatory of music. There he studied with professors Marc Fields, Tim Anderson, and Kim Pensyl. At Rutgers University, Adam had the privilege of performing in the school’s top ensembles including the Scarlet Knights Jazz Trombones, winners of the 2011 International Trombone Association’s (ITA) Kai Winding Jazz Trombone Ensemble Competition.
8:00 8-9pm: FLWRBEDS - Rock
Tim Perdoch & friends.
9:00 9-10pm: John Warren - Folk
John Warren is a Long Island, NY native singing about all the sad punk kid feelings you have before you even have time to realize you have them. One time he watched a barn burn down. It was pretty.
10:00 10-11pm: Mark Gilday - Folk Rock Singer Songwriter
A spiraling singer/songwrangler from New Hampshire
11:00 11pm-12pm: Forget This - Indie Punk
From Long Island. Ian Karavas Tim Perdoch Alec Ciesla Mike Weiss
12:00 12-3:45am DJ Basir
The R&B, old school, dancehall dj for a smoth tuesday night dancing.
Wednesday, July 8
6:00 6-8pm: Eric Plaks Trio - Jazz
Eric Plaks was born in Princeton, New Jersey, and attended Harvard College. After graduating, he began his jazz piano performing and recording career in Harlem. Eric has appeared in various formats around New York City and the wider world, including gigs in venues such as Joe’s Pub, Small’s, Little Branch, The Garage, Silvana, The Shrine, The I-Beam, The Tea Lounge, and Cornelia Street Cafe. For the last five years, he has led The Shrine Big Band, one of the city’s top collectives of improvisers, composers, and arrangers.
8:00 8-9pm: Lori Behram Duo - Rock Americana
The Lori Behrman Band is a fun, uptempo classic rock and 80's cover band. From Neil Young, to the Rolling Stones, Blondie, Pretenders, Bruce Springsteen, and Patty Smyth, it's always a party to see the band. Whether it's singing along, dancing, or just tapping your foot, there's something for everyone in this lively, fun, group with Paul Bauman on guitar, Steve Marks on bass, and Jim Cronin on drums. The band's joy of playing music, coupled with their camaraderie with each other makes for a fun evening for everyone. Join us at one of our gigs!
9:00 9-10pm: Second Child - Folk
Second Child, a band headed by guitarist/vocalist Alex DeSimine and bassist/vocalist Alex Tremitiere, started playing together when they were 13. Together, they have played at insane venues across the world from Wolverhampton to West Philly. Armed with that unique experience, BoyAlex and GirlAlex set out to make something significant. For years, they cycled through collaborations and experimentations that finally led to Second Child.
10:00 10-11pm: Giant Flying Turtles - Rock
Giant Flying Turtles is a power trio playing rock and alternative American roots music. With their dual vocal attack two multi instrumentalists compose catchy songs completed by a drummer who conjures up rhythms of love and mystery.
11:00 11pm-3:45am: DJ Dakar
DJ Dakar is from the Pikine neighborhood of Dakar, Senegal, and now lives in Harlem, New York City. He got his start in the music business as an audio technician for radio and television in Dakar. He also DJ'd Dakar's late-night, hip-hop radio show "Hotmix" on WALF-FM. Now in New York, DJ Dakar's music is distinguished by his mixing of the latest hits in dance, hip-hop, Sengalese mbalax, reggae, Ivorian couper decaler, Congolese soukous, salsa, reggaeton and more.
Thursday, July 9
6:00 6-8pm: Nick Di Maria - Jazz
Formed in the summer of 2006 this band has been performing frequently throughout Connecticut. On stage the band explores what is possible through improvising as a group and taking chances which can sometimes lead to full ensemble "freak outs." Not to forget to mention that the band plays to its roots as well with classic standards and original compositions.
8:00 8-9pm: Isa - Singer Songwriter
Isa Marina Lopez (born April 16, 1991), better known by her stage name Isa, is an American singer, songwriter, and model. Born in Bronx, New York to Dominican and Cuban parents, Isa quickly became a product of the urban-Latino culture that surrounded her, and later, the larger, more eclectic culture that encompasses all of New York City. From an early age, she felt a special connection to the performing arts – a connection that became immediately apparent to anyone who spent time with her. Bubbly, vivacious, and always ready to entertain, Isa lit up whenever she was given a stage, and not just from the spotlight.
9:00 9-10pm: Heights Of Wisdom - Reggae
Eclectic, Vibrant, and Inspirational are just a few of the adjectives used to describe the performance and style of ‘Heights of Wisdom’. The founding members of the Band include: Jermaine ‘Autarchii’ Joseph (Vocals), Javed Wiggins (Saxophone), Desmond Braxton (Keyboard), Michael Pitt (Guitar), Coddel "Jerry" Stewart (Bass) and Rimel Smith (Drums and Percussions). Heights of Wisdom specializes in Roots Reggae music, as well as new sounds that defy the confinement of a genre and resonates withinthe soul and spirit.
10:00 10pm-12am: The Clubs - Funk/Soul
The Clubs were formed in 2008 by Ian Kirkman & have been electrifying New York audiences ever since. In 2009 The Clubs released a well received live EP, Live At The Bitter End, which showcased the band's ability to captivate a venue with their special hybrid of R&B, Funk & Soul. In early 2010 The Clubs entered Velvet Swan Studios in NYC to begin recording their debut studio album. It was released on September 27, 2010. The result is an 11 song instant classic.
12:00 12-3:45am: DJ 9AM
R&B, Reggae, Soca, Electronic, Hip Hop, and Old School music.
Friday, July 10
6:00 6-8pm: Jocelyn Shannon Jazz Quartet
The Jocelyn Shannon Band is Jocelyn Shannon-voice, Mark Cohn-piano, Greg Zwiebel-bass, Freddie Macarone-drums. Jocelyn Shannon previously sang in The WL​ Jazz Ensemble. Mark Cohn is a veteran jazz pianist, flutist and composer. Greg Zwiebel has played upright and electric in a number of jazz, funk, rock and fusion projects. Freddie Macarone is a regular jazz, rock and theatre drummer. Combined, their talents create a distinctive, compelling sound.
8:00 8-9pm: Tanyaradzwa from Zimbabwe
Tanyaradzwa A. Tawengwa from Harare, Zimbabwe received her B.A. in Music (Cum Laude) from Princeton University. Theatre includes: generations (Assistant Music Director at Soho Rep., off-Broadway debut), I am an Emotional Creature by Eve Ensler (Powerhouse Theater NY, Market Theater Johannesburg, South Africa), Le Dindon (Princeton University), Phèdre (Princeton University), Look For Me In The Whirlwind by Makeda Kemit (Mill Hill Playhouse). Opera includes Albert Herring (Princeton University). Tanyaradzwa is the next new genre of music, and performing with Egun Omode (live djembe/dundun orchestra), her stage show is exciting, upbeat, soulful, and traditionally African. Nhasi ndezvedu!
9:00 9-10pm: Ruben Gonzalez with guest balafonist Famoro Diabate -
A show of songs that cross borders between distant places and spaces: South and North America, politics and poetry, pain and humor delivered with a healthy dose of rhythm and good lyrics.
10:00 10pm-12am: Yacouba Diabate and Dounouya - African World Music
Yacouba Diabate And Dounouya Band is currently playing throughout New York City. They have performed in several different venues throughout the United States and Europe, including the United Nations in 2008 and 2009. He frequents many different Music venues in New York City, collaborating with artists such as Les Nubion, Ounou Sangoue, and Sekouba Banbino. He was also a permanent band member at the Saint Nick's Pub. In Europe, Yacouba has traveled to countries such as France, Germany, and many others.
12:00 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.