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Alanna Royale plays Women Rock! on 11.28 at Basement East

At The Basement East on Wednesday 11.28, you can catch Alanna Royale perform at Women Rock!, a night chock full of female-fronted bands singing and playing their hearts out. Go and shake out the post-Thanksgiving blues to her funk-rock songs packed with percussive brass, old-school grooves, and Alanna belting out melodies that fill the room. You'll hear covers of songs by legendary artists like Joan Jett, Stevie Nicks, Janis Joplin, and more, as well as perhaps a few of Alanna's originals, including tracks from her new EP So Bad You Can Taste It. Along with Alanna, the bill will feature music from fellow Nashville female-fronted groups and perfomers such as Slider, Jasmine Cain, Athena, Emily Nenni, and Emily Chambers. Take a listen to So Bad You Can Taste It below. - Will Sisskind

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Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Mike B & SoulGlo
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/mikebandsoulglo/
Venue name: 
Arlene's Grocery
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Sun Hop Fat’s New “Elephant Parade” Gives Funky Twist to Ethiopian Jazz

Listening to SF afrobeat collective Sun Hop Fat makes you feel confident, like you’re on a mission and you know exactly where you’re headed. Pop on tracks like “Rhinosaur” and “Silly Putty” and it feels like you’re driving an undulating road, multicolored images calling you to dance or to ease you deeper into your chair, eyes closed toes tapping. This ten piece instrumental band tells stories without words. They’re Ethiopian jazz meets American funk, a touch of bossa nova and a little psychedelic twist. Luckily for us, they’re playing December 8th at The Independent with Royal Jelly Jive. Put your swaying, dancing, tapping shoes on and catch em. -Michelle Kicherer

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Sammy Rae brings soulful jazz to Bowery Electric on 11.19

Sammy Rae forges a sound entirely of her own in her debut EP, The Good Life, released July 20. This artist executes her style with such playful spirit and vocal dexterity that this new collection can’t help but gleam with personality. Rae’s tracks don’t feel as though they're sung, but rather performed, and laced with a bit theatricality and a ton of confidence. Capable of fitting comfortably in either a swanky cocktail lounge, a roaring jazz club, a theater, or a suburban kitchen, her sultry jazz soul has a quality that allows it to wear a multitude of stylistic hats. The EP’s opening track, “The Feeling,” is a flawless preview of her sound, unveiling the liveliness that exists in her layers of joyful saxophone, bouncy percussion and vibrant lyrics. Sammy Rae’s songs are alive and pulse with brilliant authenticity, showcasing not only her musical acuity, but also her colorful character as an artist. To stream Sammy Rea's The Good Life EP, check out her pages on Soundcloud or Bandcamp. See her live at Bowery Electric on November 19 - Rebecca Carroll





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Time: 
18:00
Band name: 
The Misters
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/musicbythemisters/
Venue name: 
Zone One @ Elsewhere
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