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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Thursday, November 27
10:00 10pm-3:45am: Thanksgiving at Shrine with DJ JP Biamby
Friday, November 28
6:00 6-8pm: Jocelyn Shannon Jazz Quartet
Jocelyn Shannon, vocals, Mark Cohn, piano, Greg Zwiebel, bass, Ed Pillion, drums and Tom Bender, trumpet and flugelhorn.
8:00 8-9pm: The Fine Line - Folk
Al and Efrat blend their rich voices and performance styles to bring a tasty buffet that can please even the most discerning palate. Their shows always include a savory blend of original music and select great songs from great songwriters, delivered with a colorfully engaging style that both entertains and informs.
9:00 9-10pm: Alessandra Small - Pop Singer
Sandra Small is the soulful voice and leader of The Smallworld Band. Born in Naples, Italy to an Italian mother and African American father, Sandra carries a sound as deep, and as wide as her varied experiences, and is consistently compared to such greats and musical icons of our time like Erykah Badu, Anita Baker, Lenny Kravitz, Prince, Sade and many more.
10:00 10pm-12am: Royal Khaoz - Reggae
Royal Khaoz stands as a unit whose sole purpose is to bring an energetic vibe through music. The unit as a band has evolved over the years they have been together and now believe they are what, and whom they started out to be. With all members native to Jamaica, Royal Khaoz presents their music in the form of fusion – hence, Reggae Fusion. With frontman Bama as the lead vocalist, solid drum and bass and a steady rhythm section, the band possesses the ability to represent reggae in its truest form and tastefully apply their own twist to its traditional and conventional forms which creates appeal that caters to a wider audience.
12:00 12-3:45am: DJ Madi
Coupé decallé, hiphop & RnB, dancehall, soca, Zouk, Naija, and salsa
Saturday, November 29
6:00 6-8pm: Steve Kaiser Ban - Jazz
“Add Steve Kaiser to the list of gifted musicians who have become splendid vocal artists!”…...........Jack Kleinsinger producer Highlights In Jazz
8:00 8-9pm: Joshua Powell & the Great Train Robbery – Folk Rock
Indiana-based folk rockers Joshua Powell & the Great Train Robbery wasted little time between a three song EP (We All Say Hello) and a new full length — and while the general stylistic makeup of the group’s harmonic and melodic sound is largely unchanged, the flow and energy throughout Traveler is a vast improvement. The infusion of genre-bending tonality and harmony, instead of the rigid acoustic folk rock sound that prevailed on We All Say Hello, allows Traveler to evolve and expand musically without feeling forced or one-dimensional.
9:00 9-10pm: Nafsi Groove
Nafsi Groove is a Brooklyn, NY based, Soul-Jazz-Funk Fusion Band
10:00 10pm-12am: Crucial Bridge and the Inity Band
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.!
12:00 12am-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, November 30
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 8-9pm: Lou Reed Memorial Concert
9:00 9-10pm: Romy - Piano Pop
Growing up in Amsterdam, Dutch songwriter Romy began performing on the piano when she was seven years old. Inspired by artists such as Carole King, Joe Jackson, Kate Bush, Billy Joel, Joni Mitchell and Elton John, she began writing her own songs, expressing her unique perspective and emotions.
10:00 10pm-12am: Derrick Barnett and Statement Band - Reggae
Bass legend Derrick Barnett and The Statement Band will knock you off your feet and keep you shaking your body all night. Simply one of the finest reggae band in the city. Don't miss it!!
12:00 12-3:45am Reggae Rock Steady Movement - DJ Madi/Dj AKZ
Your sunday rendez vous with Dj Madi and DJ AKZ spinning records that blend old school Hip-Hop, R&B, World & African music and a bit of old-fashioned rock and roll…
Monday, December 1
6:00 6-8pm: Darrell Smith Trio - Jazz
8:00 8-9pm: Shlomo Franklin - Singer Songwriter
Shlomo Franklin. I'm 18. I grew up on a farm in Bethel NY. My greatest musical influences are Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Johnny Cash, And Slash. I believe deeply in the new generation and I can't wait to have many records out as soon as possible.
9:00 9-10pm: Misery Loves Company
Our repertoire is a combination of Folk, Blues, Rock and Reggae plus some original tunes.Featuring: Jerry McCord (Guitar, Vocals) Susan Kaessinger (Vocals, Guitar, Percussion) Buddy Grecco (Harmonica, 12-String Guitar, Guitar, Vocals)
10:00 10-11pm: Raquel Vidal & The Monday Men - Americana
In the early 20th century, Monday was the traditional wash day and the Monday Man was the circus worker who pilfered clotheslines as the circus train rumbled through small towns. Like their resourceful namesake from a bygone era, Raquel Vidal & The Monday Men take their inspiration from an array of musical influences – from Americana to to folk to blues to rock. Ranging from rootsy, harmony-laden originals to nostalgically sultry swing, the band takes some surprising twists and turns along the way, always keeping it fresh. They are currently working on finishing up their debut album.
11:00 11pm-12am: The Shook Ones - Rock
Based in New York City, The Shook Ones are an indie-rock group whose sound travels from 60s girl-garage to riot-girl punk to surf rock to funky rock. The trio, made up of 3 distinctly different members Pascale Jean-Louis (vocals, bass, guitar) from Bronx, NY, Mariagrazia De Luca (vocals, guitar) from Rome, Italy and Ann Nguyen (drums) from Pasadena, CA, formed about a year ago through the magic of Craigslist. The band made its debut performance @ 5Pointz in Queens and The Branded Saloon in Brooklyn during the Make Music New York Festival 2013. With body moving rhythms and cleverly crafted lyrics, "The Shook Ones" will get you shaking to their music.
12:00 12-3.45am Harlem Soul Kitchen w/ DJ Jp BIamby
Harlem Soul Kitchen - Join us and Dj Jp Biamby at Shrine every monday night and listen to Soul Classics, Rare Grooves, Motown R&B & Classic Sampled songs with a little Hip Hop & R&B on the side.
Tuesday, December 2
6:00 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.
8:00 8-9pm: True To Life - R&B Funk
True To Life is an original jazz group from New York City. What sets them apart from all of the other jazz groups in New York City? First and foremost, the quality of their music. They combine accessible melodies with interesting and sometimes complex song structures. They engage in the kind...
9:00 9-10pm: The Dry States Blues Band
Since I was a kid my main interests were music & dance. I was a big fan of Elvis, Swing/Blues Dance, and Rock N Roll. Before I got started I took my folks to the musical 'Aint Nothin But The Blues!' and that was just amazing - so honest and real. Eventually those influences came together after I formed The Dry States. I started this band 3 1/2 years ago and it's hard work, but still I can't wait ...
10:00 10-11pm: Never Matter - Jazz/Rock
The members of NeverMatter have backgrounds in jazz, progressive rock, classical, and hip-hop. They draw on these influences to create an eclectic fusion of proggy funkadelic jams. The result is a party where Jeff Beck meets Miles Davis with Beethoven and D'Angelo talking around the punch bowl.
11:00 11pm-12am: Alex Phoenix - Hip Hop R&B
Alex Phoenix Genre: Hip-Hop/R&B Hometown: Harlem, NY Label: UnSigned Bio: Singer/Songwriter: Alex Phoenix 19 Years Old EP "Phoenix" Release Oct. 25th Contact: alexphoenixbookings@gmail.com
12:00 12-3:45am: DJ 4Play
Wednesday, December 3
6:00 6-8pm: Chandry Abreu - Jazz Vocalist
Chandry Abreu is a Jazz vocalist who brings her passion of music and love of singing to her listeners. A native of Seattle, Chandry received her Bachelor's Degree of Music in Voice Performance in 2008 from the University of Washington. She earned her Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education from Brooklyn College.
8:00 8-9pm: 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.
9:00 9-10pm: That Shuffle
My project is called That Shuffle. It's goal is to provide an eclectic array of music. It is inspired by the feeling of listening to your iPod on the "shuffle" setting. That Shuffle is what my iPod sounds like on the "shuffle" setting however a majority of the setlist consists of original music written by me. There are jazz textures, hip hop, classical, afro beat, salsa, rock, soul, reggae, blues, pop, and more. "Sincerely, John Feliciano. www.johnfeliciano.tumblr.com"
10:00 10-11pm: Cygne - Singer/Songwriter
Following an eleven-month tour across the US a seasoned folk artist circled back to Santa Cruz to process the career highs and spiritual lows of the previous year. Highs included winning the Solo Blues Competition at Telluride Blues & Brews Festival, performing alongside Jim James & Gary Clark, Jr., and reaching her largest audiences to date. - See more at: http://www.cygnemusic.com/about/#sthash.hDC2Hg0w.dpuf
12:00 12-3:45am: DJ TBA