Sunday, October 21, 2012

Indie Artists Shine at Apollo Music Cafe

Singer, Justine Skye, rocks the
Apollo Cafe Stage.
The internationally renowned Apollo Theater, with its rich Harlem history, is known the world over for its strong ties to music, and other cultural arts. The amazing talent that has blazed its stage bolsters a collection of the most phenomenal performers the world has ever known.

The Apollo has always been a place where even talented unknowns, as well as emerging, and established performers could come and share their gifts. It is indeed no wonder that the Apollo continues to carry on this legacy, giving us a myriad of experiences ranging from comedy shows, the infamous Amateur Night, and its latest offering the Apollo Music Café.



We here tonight are about soul" @amandaseales holding it down. #apollomusiccafe http://instagr.am/p/Q08KcKyRYu/
The charismatic, Amanda 'Diva' Seales
stood as host during a special edition,
Apollo Music Cafe event,
amply titled, The New Class.
      

The Apollo Music Café pulls together some of the most versatile and forward- thinking artists, and audiences alike. This intimate setting features an array of diverse performances that spans the scope of music genres.

Giving so freely of themselves, these artist display their musical gifts without hesitation or restraint.  Through the Apollo Music Cafe these musicians are given an opportunity they usually are not afforded, encouraging them to continue striving; for the love of music.

This monthly series serves as a platform for some of the most talented artists from the independent music scene. These artists, destined to impact the way music is heard and experienced, offer  an undefined genre mixed musical experience that leaves audiences yearning for more.

To view this season’s line-up head over to http://www.apollotheater.org/cafe.



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Watch as Sene, backed by the eclectic band, Recess, serve the Apollo Music Cafe audience some of their soul-wrenching, head-banging sound.

To experience more of the sounds and scenes at the Apollo, you can also check them out via SocialCam, and Twitter, @ApolloTheater.

By: CJ Sylvester


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