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Al Jarreau is still going strong at 74-years-old. The seven time Grammy Award Winner gave a masterful performance with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra at Chastain Park Amphitheater in Atlanta. Jarreau performed hit selections from his vast catalog and music from his new album, My Old Friend, which is celebrating George Duke. Opening the evening was Marcus Miller an American jazz composer,…

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Harlem Arts Alliance Presents: On the “A” w/Souleo Singer-songwriter and syndicated radio host Keith Sweat doesn’t just sing about love, he now writes about it too with the release of his relationship advice book, Make it Last Forever: The Dos and Don’ts. On Wednesday, Feb. 20, the Harlem native will appear at MIST Harlem for a…

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The debut album, The Tale of Two Fish, written and co-produced by soul artist and Houstonian, Krystal Hardwick, has found itself floating to many places and definitely making waves from H-town to Switzerland, Italy, the UK and, most recently, Brazil. Hardwick’s stellar album, released through the groundbreaking, Houston-based indie record label Peace Uv Mine, offers…

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Are you feeling grown and sexy? Are you looking for a place to take a date or unwind after work while listening to some good jazz music? Well, you need to scat on over to Acoustix Jazz Restaurant & Lounge, which will be having their grand opening Friday, March 25. I had the chance to…

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