Madette

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Madette is a versatile R&B artist born in the Philippines and raised in Toronto. Her sound is best described as "Smooth & Soulful with an Edge" and her influences include Sade, Lauryn Hill and Michael Jackson. 

Frequently performing at public and private events, such as, restaurants, weddings and birthday parties, Madette's previous performances also include festivals & fundraisers at: Nathan Phillips Square, Ontario Place, Beaches Jazz Festival - Main Stage, and Roy Thomson Hall Reception.  

Website:  youtube.com/get2madette
IG: instagram.com/get2madette

Enjoy a night of great music, delicious food, captivating art and positive vibes!

RUDE

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On May 26th leave #WorkWorkWorkWorkWork and come celebrate bad girl RiRi ♛!

A night dedicated to Rihanna & Friends, all their hits pushin' thru di system ALL NIGHT LONG!

DJ Blackcat spins all our favourites giving you a chance to Shine Bright Like a Diamond on the dance floor

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$7.00 Ragtime Rum Punch
LATE NIGHT EATS
10pm - 2am
No Cover

Neil Brathwaite

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Raised in Montreal, Quebec, with West Indian roots in Barbados, Saxophone player Neil Brathwaite is a well-known jazz musician in Toronto. Joining Neil will be Howard Ayee on Bass, Danny Lockwood on Drums, and Eric Boucher on Keys.  

Connected Reggae Party

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Every Wednesday @the_connected_reggae_party inside Harlem Underground #745 Queen St West. Toronto. 8pm until late. Beer Buckets 4/$20. Kitchen open til 11:30pm. No cover. #toronto #reggae#queenstreetwest #connected

Every Wednesday @the_connected_reggae_party inside Harlem Underground #745 Queen St West. Toronto. 8pm until late. Beer Buckets 4/$20. Kitchen open til 11:30pm. No cover. #toronto #reggae#queenstreetwest #connected

Let Your Afro Out

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From Diana Ross and the Jackson 5, to Lauryn Hil, Erykah Badu and Questlove DJ Flex of All Trades will be playing a mix of our favorites with legendary hairstyles. 

Bring your dancing shoes and in the words of Ms. Ross - let's keep on, keep on, keep on dancing.

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DJ Flex of all Trades

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Let's celebrate the resurgence of self expression through natural hair.

Gyles

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Powerhouses vocalist and thoughtful lyricist - Ladies and Gentlemen: meet Gyles. One cannot deny this hardworking dynamo as her talents have amassed an impressive array of industry accomplishments.


Gyles' vocals are behind the hook of Juno and Much Music Award winner Carlos Morgan's "Baby c'mon", featured on Groove Essentials Volume 1. Soon after, she provided background vocals for Juno award winner Jully Black and Juno nominee Camille Douglas. Having been noticed quickly for a singing style bathed with sparkly tenacity, Gyles was brought on board as lead vocalist for Toronto neo-soul band Jamesking. Two of her songs have been awarded second place at the 2008 and 2010 Radio Star National Songwriter's Competition. One of which, has been featured in the major motion picture: Shark City - starring Vivica A. Fox. Her live performances have garnered her headlining honors for the 2008 Montreal Funk Festival and opening in 2009 for Ivana Santilli during Canadian Music Week. 

Gyles is now on the most exciting chapter of her musical journey: writing for her solo debut. Spring 2012 will see the launch of her debut single “On One Knee” - a perfect mix of old-school danceability, playful imagery and silky strong vocals that will surely capture fans who appreciate real music, both young & young at heart

Neil Brathwaite

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Raised in Montreal, Quebec, with West Indian roots in Barbados, Saxophone player Neil Brathwaite is a well-known jazz musician in Toronto. Joining Neil will be Howard Ayee on Bass, Danny Lockwood on Drums, and Eric Boucher on Keys.  

Sean Stanley and Sokhna Dior

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Swingin' , stomping, and singin, on Spirtuals, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz standards, The Sean Stanley Trio & Sokhna-Dior are an improvisational group of talented musicians dedicated to respecting the true spirit of Jazz. 

Founded by Sean Stanely on piano and vocals, and Sokhna-Dior on vocals and percussion, the group regularly features some of the city's most talented musicians on upright bass, drums, trombone, trumpet and more. 

www.stoptimeentertainment.com

NU VIBE

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Giving you all the music you didn't know you wanted to hear and the sounds you love like you've never heard them before across all genres.

DJS

STEPH HONEY

+ ACE DILLINGER & CRAIG BROOKLYN

 

DOORS OPEN @ 10PM

COVER $10 ALL NIGHT

DRINK SPECIAL - HARLEM POPSICLE (Malibu, Curacao, Pineapple Coconut Juice + Strawberry Syrup) - $10.00

ATTIRE: Wear your boldest summer prints and patterns. Crisp, clean and fun.

Neil Brathwaite

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Raised in Montreal, Quebec, with West Indian roots in Barbados, Saxophone player Neil Brathwaite is a well-known jazz musician in Toronto. Joining Neil will be Howard Ayee on Bass, Danny Lockwood on Drums, and Eric Boucher on Keys.  

Gyles

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Powerhouses vocalist and thoughtful lyricist - Ladies and Gentlemen: meet Gyles. One cannot deny this hardworking dynamo as her talents have amassed an impressive array of industry accomplishments.


Gyles' vocals are behind the hook of Juno and Much Music Award winner Carlos Morgan's "Baby c'mon", featured on Groove Essentials Volume 1. Soon after, she provided background vocals for Juno award winner Jully Black and Juno nominee Camille Douglas. Having been noticed quickly for a singing style bathed with sparkly tenacity, Gyles was brought on board as lead vocalist for Toronto neo-soul band Jamesking. Two of her songs have been awarded second place at the 2008 and 2010 Radio Star National Songwriter's Competition. One of which, has been featured in the major motion picture: Shark City - starring Vivica A. Fox. Her live performances have garnered her headlining honors for the 2008 Montreal Funk Festival and opening in 2009 for Ivana Santilli during Canadian Music Week. 

Gyles is now on the most exciting chapter of her musical journey: writing for her solo debut. Spring 2012 will see the launch of her debut single “On One Knee” - a perfect mix of old-school danceability, playful imagery and silky strong vocals that will surely capture fans who appreciate real music, both young & young at heart

Neil Brathwaite

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Raised in Montreal, Quebec, with West Indian roots in Barbados, Saxophone player Neil Brathwaite is a well-known jazz musician in Toronto. Joining Neil will be Howard Ayee on Bass, Danny Lockwood on Drums, and Eric Boucher on Keys.  

Madette

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Madette is a versatile R&B artist born in the Philippines and raised in Toronto. Her sound is best described as "Smooth & Soulful with an Edge" and her influences include Sade, Lauryn Hill and Michael Jackson. 

Frequently performing at public and private events, such as, restaurants, weddings and birthday parties, Madette's previous performances also include festivals & fundraisers at: Nathan Phillips Square, Ontario Place, Beaches Jazz Festival - Main Stage, and Roy Thomson Hall Reception.  

Website:  youtube.com/get2madette
IG: instagram.com/get2madette

Enjoy a night of great music, delicious food, captivating art and positive vibes!

Neil Brathwaite

Harlem Underground (map)

Raised in Montreal, Quebec, with West Indian roots in Barbados, Saxophone player Neil Brathwaite is a well-known jazz musician in Toronto. Joining Neil will be Howard Ayee on Bass, Danny Lockwood on Drums, and Eric Boucher on Keys.  

Gyles

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Powerhouses vocalist and thoughtful lyricist - Ladies and Gentlemen: meet Gyles. One cannot deny this hardworking dynamo as her talents have amassed an impressive array of industry accomplishments.


Gyles' vocals are behind the hook of Juno and Much Music Award winner Carlos Morgan's "Baby c'mon", featured on Groove Essentials Volume 1. Soon after, she provided background vocals for Juno award winner Jully Black and Juno nominee Camille Douglas. Having been noticed quickly for a singing style bathed with sparkly tenacity, Gyles was brought on board as lead vocalist for Toronto neo-soul band Jamesking. Two of her songs have been awarded second place at the 2008 and 2010 Radio Star National Songwriter's Competition. One of which, has been featured in the major motion picture: Shark City - starring Vivica A. Fox. Her live performances have garnered her headlining honors for the 2008 Montreal Funk Festival and opening in 2009 for Ivana Santilli during Canadian Music Week. 

Gyles is now on the most exciting chapter of her musical journey: writing for her solo debut. Spring 2012 will see the launch of her debut single “On One Knee” - a perfect mix of old-school danceability, playful imagery and silky strong vocals that will surely capture fans who appreciate real music, both young & young at heart

Sean Stanley & Sokhna Dior

Harlem Underground (map)

Swingin' , stomping, and singin, on Spirtuals, Ragtime, Blues & Jazz standards, The Sean Stanley Trio & Sokhna-Dior are an improvisational group of talented musicians dedicated to respecting the true spirit of Jazz. 

Founded by Sean Stanely on piano and vocals, and Sokhna-Dior on vocals and percussion, the group regularly features some of the city's most talented musicians on upright bass, drums, trombone, trumpet and more. 

www.stoptimeentertainment.com

JWT

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JWT is a dynamic Jazz/Funk/Soul/Pop group from Toronto, Canada. Lead by Jeremy Walmsley on Vocals/Guitar/Percussion, who's performed on stages all across U.S and Canada as a Professional Actor and Vocalist, possessing a high tenor pop range with a mix of unique beatbox and scat vocal skills. On Keys is the unparalleled, Adrian Hogan, the co-founder, original collaborator, and successful R&B/Pop Producer. JWT has performed at reputable Jazz Clubs in the city such as; Jazz Bistro, 120 Diner, Poetry Jazz Cafe, Gate 403 and Casa Loma for basketball legend Michael Jordan's Birthday. JWT takes popular songs from the 60's to present day and fuses the worlds of Pop, Funk and Soul with the world of Jazz. Old meets new. Opening up the Jazz world to a current, young, and vibrant, mainstream audience.