Reggies Rock Club
8PM Doors 17+ $15/$20 GA
$30 VIP includes early entry, view part of soundcheck, and Meet & Greet
back to BACK TO BLACK: a tribute to Amy Winehouse
and revival of the entire 2006 Grammy-award winning album
BACK TO BLACK
featuring Remember Jones
with a 12-piece orchestra band + guests
plus an opening set of super-soul originals from Remember Jones!
Recently named one of Paste Magazine/Daytrotter's Top Ten Soul/R&B artists of 2017, soul sensation Remember Jones brings a 12-piece orchestra to recreate the entire 2006 Grammy-award winning AMY WINEHOUSE album BACK TO BLACK, including a horn section, backing vocals, auxiliary instruments, and other special guests. Fronted by «one of the most enthusiastic, fiercely passionate powerhouses in the game» (Live for Live Music), Remember Jones will lead the ensemble through 17 songs, including the hit singles “Rehab,” “Tears Dry On Their Own,” “You Know I’m No Good,” “Love is a Losing Game,” and the title track, “Back to Black.” This one-of-a-kind show has sold-out most previous engagements.
The band includes musicians from some of the most acclaimed funk and soul bands in New York, Philadelphia, and Asbury Park's music scenes. Remember Jones will play an opening set featuring material from his high energy, super-soul, original recordings!
Bassel & The Supernaturals
Bassel & The Supernaturals combines neo-soul and funk with captivating lyrics about love, loss, and a war in Syria that has affected Bassel Almadani’s family along with 10,000,000 others.
The soulful Syrian-American vocalist and his ensemble raised over $11,000 during the preorder campaign for their full-length album, Elements (2017), with over $3,000 in donations for humanitarian aid in Syria. Their album was premiered by Noisey (Vice) and led to their involvement in the nationally-acclaimed SXSW showcase ContraBanned: #MusicUnites
featuring artists from the diaspora of the countries targeted by the travel ban. They've since been featured on PRI, Al Jazeera, Reuters, Paste Magazine, Huffington Post, NowThis, and many others. In addition to performing in clubs and festivals across the nation, Bassel partners with universities and charity organizations nationwide to host seminars, workshops, and benefit concerts drawing attention to the crisis in Syria.