The Freddie Jackson concert scheduled for tonight at the Landmark was canceled, so here’s a lesser-known hit from his early days.
Thanks to EJ Flavors for digging this out of the crates.
Here’s a recent interview Clinton did featuring James Mtume as one of the hosts. Here’s a link to his new book.
Warren “Wawa” Snipe was born Deaf, but he hasn’t let that stop him from reaching his dreams. The multi-disciplinary rapper, dancer and actor has traveled to over 100 countries, founded a dance company, and is fluent in several languages.
Wawa came to OCC last night to spread the love of what he calls “Dip Hop.”
We look forward to his upcoming video for the anti-bullying song “Vendetta.”
We caught Soulive for the first time almost a decade ago. Their brand of funk is maybe the closest thing we’ve heard to the Sound of Minneapolis (The Time, The Revolution, Flyte Tyme Productions).
Neal Evans (above) and his brother are from Buffalo, where July 9th is considered Soulive Day.
In addition to the music, Evans also scores films (most recently “The Boomer List” by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders).
Unusually warm fall weather and the Columbus Day holiday provided a great mix for creating the longest Conga line to ever groove past Onondaga Creek (near the Inner Harbor) yesterday. This was the first of a series of pop-up events by the group PlayedOut Syracuse!
We have never seen the United Booty Foundation band, but one thing is for sure, their fans came prepared for the Disco revival at the Landmark Theater tonight. The band will play in Watertown tomorrow.
Tonight’s event kicked off with Syra-Snarl, a costume-themed fashion show coordinated by Lisa Marie Butler.