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Bio: Rain Flowa is an MC/vocalist/graf artist/ceremonial drummer who has been trained in various musical genre's including classical opera and experimental jazz. She has been instrumental in Houston's underground music foundation for over the past decade. She represents Texas native roots in conscious... See Full BioMore Info
Underground Merger Presents: Presents: Ochpanitzli Fest Music and Art Show Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 Doors at 8pm $5 Cover 21 & Up Live Grafitti Exhibition Art Show/Print Sale Vendors Face/body painters HOUSTON FREE THINKERS HOUSTON EXCHANGE NETWORK (more TBA) Dan Electro's 1031 e. 21st Street Houston, TX 77009 Live Hip Hop/Acoustic Music by: Arkiteck Gio Chamba Marc Antony Pinon Rain Flowa Murda Myrna Garibay Worst Nightmare For more press/vendor/artist info please contact: Rainflowa-
$4.20 entry at door free giveaways! SAT APRIL 20th Dan Electro's Guitar Bar 1031 E 24th St, Houston, TX 77009 Cross Streets: Between Gibbs St and Princeton St
6th Sun Creations Presents: The Underground Merger Saturday, 02/23/13 @ WHITE SWAN 4419 Navigation Blvd Houston, TX 77011 Live music sets by Houston artists: Always Guilty ska/punk band (headliner) Rain Flowa/6th Sun /hip hop Zin/T.D.E./hip hop with live band Rocko Stedy Narvios/hip hop Natty Turner/hip hop Arkiteck/Hip Hop Hummingbird Moon Sis*Stars/all women’s singing-drumming group DJ JayCee spinning funk/soul/hiphop With art showcase and print sale by visual artist Carolina Guzman 18 & Up To Enter 21 & UP TO DRINK $7 BEFORE 11 PM $10 AFTER FREE POOL< DARTS B.Y.O.B (liquor only) Sets ups & beer sold @ bar Smoke Free Environment Inside Smoking patio out back Free Parking across the street from the venue
Joe Campos Torres Tribute Show (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Campos_Torres) Cinco De Mayo Show *-Sat. May 5th * @ Walter's: 1120 Naylor St., Houston, TX, 77002 Kiawitl Xochitl with DJ Trajik Sol, FUSKA and more TBA
Spread the word...Bring your family & friends!!!!! Cafe Cultura presents Rise Up! in honor of... March 10th National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day & March 20th National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Open Mic, free HIV testing, free food, vendors, raffle items, & community! VOLUNTEERS PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:30pm :-) Note: Make sure to come early to sign up and get a good seat. As always, we welcome anybody who is willing to help in the organization of the event. WHEN: March 9, 2012, 6:30pm to 10:00pm WHERE: Denver Indian Center (4407 Morrison Rd) WHAT: All ages Open Mic Night Come express yourself creatively or just chill with your people $3 donation (nobody turned away)......Everyone is welcome! -March Features: --->April Chavez (Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM...Dine'/Kewa Pueblo): April Kateri Chavez proudly represents the Diné Nation and the Pueblo of Santo Domingo. She has been featured in HBO’s Russell Simmons’ Brave New Voices series, and served as a Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. Embassy in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania where she performed poetry, taught writing workshops, and shared her Native culture. Based in Santo Domingo Pueblo, NM, she currently attends Stanford University, with plans of attending law school upon graduation. Links (video & news articles): http://www.hbo.com/russell-simmons-presents-brave-new-voices/cast-and-crew/team-santa-fe/bio/april-chavez.html http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/17/us/17slam.html?scp=1&sq=april+chavez&st=cse ---->Kiawitl Xochitl (Houston, TX...Xicana): Kiawitl Xochitl (“rain-flower") is a Xicana mother of 3, an MC/vocalist, graffiti artist and traditional dancer who has been planting seeds of empowerment, awareness and ancestral consciousness through her unique musical sound using contrasting vocals inspiring feel good energy for the past 15 years. She represents Native Texan roots as a dynamic vocalist bringing her unique Chicana/Native Hip Hop Soul sound. She has been featured in the Source Magazine, BET, Mun2 and in the books Graffiti Women, Chicano Rap, on the covers of La Nueva Raza Newspaper & Houston’s La Vibra Magazine. She is currently featured in Graffiti Verite 11, Don't Believe Da Noize-Voices from the Underground. Often the only female performer on all male line-ups, she has become a positive force in hip-hop covering social issues and calling for change. She focuses on maintaining the Indigenous traditions of Texas and has re-established her family for 3 generations back into the ceremonies. She believes through constant dedication, devotion and love of Creation, self and family first, her music and vision will continually take shape and become a healing component for generations to come. Links (audio & video): http://www.reverbnation.com/kiawitl http://www.facebook.com/rainflowa http://www.myspace.com/kiawitlxochitl/radio This is a public event and is open to the general public.
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