Tag : black americana

Winter Into Spring Superfine Residency! First Sunday in February, March and April February 5th * March 5th * April 2nd Two sets — 7pm – 9pm NO COVER! Superfine 126 Front St. DUMBO 718 243 9005 From events producer Jan Bell at the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival comes a winter residency to thaw the snow while we wait for spring.  Partnering with Jeff McLaughlin on vocals and guitar, Queen Esther performs Black Americana — country classics, old timey gospel songs, vaudeville blues, original soulful tunes, brand new songs and more — at DUMBO’s own Superfine. Performances are on the first Sunday evening of February, March and April for two sets from 7pm – 9pm. These gigs are free and open to the public. Reservations are strongly suggested.

HooDoo Lady: A Tribute to Memphis Minnie Friday, December 2nd at 9pm  $10 Jalopy Theater 315 Columbia St.  Red Hook Featuring Erin & Bug (of The Defibulators) Queen Esther Sarah Alden The Four O’Clock Flowers Gato Paloma Karen Poliski Rashad Brown Chloe Swantner Ali Dineen Joanna Sternberg Sunshine Nights Kylie Wilder Jazz Jam in Jalopy Tavern at 11pm Hosted by Joanna Sternberg All proceeds go toward The Water Protectors at Standing Rock.

Queen Esther and The Blue Crowns at the Brooklyn Americana Music Festival Friday, September 23rd at 8pm Jalopy Theater (Opening night!) 315 Columbia St. in Red Hook   Saturday, September 24th at 4pm Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6 Liberty View Lawn Brooklyn’s best play sixty shows at seven locations along the spectacular waterfront. Day time shows in The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge (Friday and Saturday), & Brooklyn Bridge Park (Saturday and Sunday). Evening Shows at beloved pioneer establishments in Red Hook and Dumbo:  Jalopy Theatre, Sunny’s, Red Hook Bait and Tackle, 68 Jay Street Bar & Superfine. Winner of the ‘Dumbo Dozen’ Award for innovative and impactful work in the community at DUMBO Business Improvement District, AGM 2016. The Festival is made possible in part by generous sponsors and the office of Councilman Stephen Levin.

    Queen Esther & The Blue Crowns at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC Millennium Stage Performance & Simulcast Thursday, September 22nd at 6pm   Queen Esther and her band The Blue Crowns perform a set of Black Americana on one of the premiere stages in the world. The Blue Crowns: Kelvyn Bell, Electric guitar Hilliard Greene, Bass Boo Reiners, Acoustic guita Shirazette Tinnin, Drums The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage features FREE performances at 6pm – 365 days a year, rain or shine.

Queen Esther & The Blue Crowns perform at the 25th annual Edgewater Arts & Music Festival Old River Road & Thompson Lane (Shadyside), Edgewater, NJ Sunday, September 18th 11am – 6pm   Queen Esther & The Blue Crowns perform selections from her critically acclaimed 2015 Black Americana album The Other Side at the Edgewater Arts and Music Festival in Edgewater, NJ.   PLEASE NOTE: This one hour set begins at 2:30pm. The Blue Crowns: Kelvyn Bell, electric guitar Hilliard Greene, bass Shirazette Tinnin, drums   The Edgewater Arts Council is a non-profit organization of volunteers which was created in 1991 to broaden awareness of visual and performing arts and crafts. For the past 23 years, Edgewater has hosted an Annual Arts and Music Festival inviting artists from around the area to showcase their talents and compete in Bergen County’s most prestigious juried art competition. Edgewater is now a prominent part of New Jersey’s new Gold Coast. And the non-profit Arts Council’s annual festival has become Edgewater’s most popular cultural event!