Admission 5 euro, Doors 8pm
Gin n’ Juice (4 piece Hip-hop/Soul)
Mob Fandango (10 piece funk/Soul)
Rebecca Sinnamon (Jazz Quartet)
Raven (spoken word set)
Celebrate all the good things about the U.S. of A with us on the 4th of July! We bring you the evolution of American music, beginning with spoken word poetry, swinging through jazz & funk and ending with bangin’ hip-hop. Your host on the evening is Keiron Campbell-Black from ‘The Amazing Few’, our resident American ambassador. Expect surprises with special guests, and great music of course. (Disclaimer: No Police this time, we promise)..
– Ireland’s first Hip-hop covers band fronted by the powerhouse Jess Kav, they’ve been ripping up venues all over town since they formed last year. Lauryn Hill, Missy Elliot, N.E.R.D, nothing is off limits.
– The original Dublin 9 piece Mob Fandango are back after a year of pursuing side projects. Winners of Dublin City Soul Festival’s prestigious Rising Stars 2009, the Mob are fresh from recording in Windmill Lane with new material following 2010’s critically acclaimed ‘Dig’ E.P.
– Rebecca Sinnamon is a rising star on the jazz scene in Ireland. She holds a BA in Jazz Performance from Newpark School of Music and has studied under Ronan Guilfoyle, Jay Clayton, Dorothy Murphy and Norma Winstone among others. Rebecca recently did a tribute to Chet Baker in a packed NCH. Expect standards sung expertly and effortlessly, backed up by some of Ireland’s finest jazz musicians
– Hailing from San Francisco, California, Raven is plying his trade in Dublin and is one of the leading names on the Irish spoken word scene. Whether fronting Hip-Hop crew Mixtapes From the Underground or providing thought-provoking beat poetry (think Gil Scott-Heron in 2013), Raven is guaranteed to shock, make you cry and then laugh, but most importantly, make you think. No description will do him justice. Give this man a microphone