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Grammy Award-winning musician Robert Glasper and the Robert Glasper Trio showcased their blend of jazz, R&B and hip-hop during a recent show in Chicago. The performance  — part of the group’s national City Winery tour — was entrancing, transformative and hilarious. Before the show, rolling out had the opportunity to talk to Glasper about the…

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Dwele brought his “Winter White Nights” tour to Atlanta during the holidays, headlining four sold-out shows at City Winery. The Grammy-nominated artist, who has performed in London, Asia and across the United States, is a consistent vocalist, and his delivery is always smooth and genuine. He not only is a romantic balladeer but also a consummate storyteller, narrator,…

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Actress and singer Chandra Currelley has reinvented herself over the years. She was most noted as a vocalist in The S.O.S. Band. She has also been featured on Tyler Perry’s “For Better or For Worse.” Growing up in a home that was filled with the sounds of all music, from gospel to jazz,  Currelley describes…

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Dwele is a musician who has the ability to cross cultures and genres via his breadth of skill. This Detroit native continues to deliver a soulful and highly relatable sound that is soothing to the ear. He has worked with everyone including the late J Dilla, Slum Village, and Kanye West. We spoke to him…

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For one night in November, singer and songwriter Kathleen Bertrand will take the stage at Atlanta’s City Winery to introduce her new music project, It’s Time to Love. A native of Atlanta, Bertrand is a multifaceted recording artist who has performed at two Olympic games, performed for two presidents and has appeared at jazz festivals…

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Last week, critically acclaimed artist and multitalented musician and producer Brandon Williams stopped by Atlanta’s City Winery to play some music from his debut album for an excited crowd. The night began with an opening set by Atlanta’s own Brenda Nicole Moorer, who primed the crowd with songs from her recently released album Brand New…

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Res resurfaced last night at the City Winery in Chicago. The singer and songwriter emerged on the  scene with her 2001 release How I Do that contained the hits “Golden Boy” and “They Say Vision.” The vibe of the evening was set by native Chicagoan Avery R. Young and “de deacon board.” Young’s playful yet…

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Avant has been in the music industry for 16 years. Over the course of that time, there has been a shift in the genre and many who were once prominent artists have disappeared into obscurity. Fortunately, Avant created a list of hits that have staying power and represent the genre in its truest form. Avant…

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