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Queen Esther performs at Harlem’s Silvana, accompanied by guitarist Marvin Sewell. More information below. Hope to see you there! ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Our first Harlem Arts Festival (HAF) Sessions Festival Encore will highlight some of our favorite acts from Harlem Arts Festivals 2012 and 2013. The night will feature performances by Queen Esther (HAF 2012), Ben Barson (HAF 2012), and Najee Omar (HAF 2013), with visual arts by Valerie Patritti (HAF 2013) at Harlem’s newest hotspot, Silvana. HAF SESSIONS FESTIVAL ENCORE DECEMBER 12, 2013, 10pm-12am SILVANA, HARLEM NYC 300 W. 116th St.    Tickets: $5 in advance/$10 at the door To purchase tickets, please click here.  

For three months, Queen Esther will reside at DUMBO’s Superfine on the first Sunday of each month, starting January 5th — 7pm to 9pm. Accompanied by guitarist Marvin Sewell, her two set evening will feature rare sides from the iconic siren Miss Billie Holiday. Reservations are strongly encouraged. (718) 243-9005 About Superfine: There are several compelling reasons why Superfine is our go-to bar in DUMBO, a neighborhood with not particularly lacking in solid bars: there’s the excellent decor, often featuring local artists’ work. There’s the bluegrass brunches, and the jazz and folk nights which seem to emerge without warning, but are always complimentary to the atmosphere. There are the reasonable happy hour well drinks, the surprisingly diverse crowds, and the friendly but not-overly-chatty bartenders. And most of all, there is that free orange-felt pool table. The food is a derivative of Alice Waters’ slow food local and organic cooking and some entree items change monthly, while keeping their ‘famous’ pork chops, spaghettini, or grilled portobello sandwich. This is one of the few restaurants in Dumbo that consistently serves quality food.   Superfine 126 Front Street, Brooklyn NY 11201 (718) 243-9005 Bar open Sun.-Thu. until 2 a.m.; Fri.-Sat. until 4 a.m.

Black Americana at its finest. Featuring Queen Esther (vocals), Marvin Sewell (guitar) and Naisha Walton (bass).