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A NIGHT WITH CASEY BRIDGEFORD From media mogul and lucid lyricist to stellar student. Come hear about this married father of four’s unique journey to the University of Pennsylvania. When: Tuesday, December 10 @ 8:00 PM Where: Hill College House UEL Food will be served
Saturday, May 11, 2013 Noon - 1:00pm iLL and Luke (iLL Holiday and Luke Austin Daugherty) "Get Down On It!" Indianapolis Cultural Trail Grand Opening Celebration - A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick Madame Walker Theatre Center Outdoor Stage Indiana Avenue Cultural District Indianapolis, IN Note: There will be stages up at all the Cultural Districts throughout the day on May 11th. iLL and Luke will be set up on the stage by the Madame Walker Theatre on Indiana Avenue between Noon and 1pm. From iLL Holiday: "What would happen if you took the rifts of a full time traveling folk/blues singer songwriter and the rhymes of an award winning hip hop community activist and mixed them on stage at a free family friendly event? You would get Luke Austin Daugherty and iLL Holiday." Contact: Cost: Free Websites: http://www.indyculturaltrail.org/getdownonit.html Cultural Trail Map: http://www.indyculturaltrail.org/assets/documents/1002_VisitorsMapBrochure_V14_Jan2012.pdf www.illholiday.com www.lukeaustindaugherty.com
Sounds Like: Mos Def Official, B.o.B, André 3000, Common, Lecrae
Bio: iLL's passion comes from his response to growing up in the hood. Drugs, violence, sex, and crime showed up in his life; so they show up in his rhymes…jus not how you may think. Since his first encounter with the “Thug Life” he remained determined on becoming what he couldn't find around him. Musi...See Full Bio
“Indianapolis hip-hop artist iLL Holiday is about more than break beats and fluid rhymes. Yeah, these are important parts of his music, but in the end it’s more about iLL Holiday’s message of individuality and what he calls “the simple of being cool.” His fans and supporters are called “illigans,” a term he describes on his website as “those that have decided to take back their freedom to decide what is hot.” iLL Holiday and the All Star Band have played at a variety of Indianapolis music venues and occasions, including the Indiana Black Expo and the Robbing the Bank event at the Art Bank gallery.”