The New York CD release show of Jazz album ‘Destiny’ is back after a journey almost 3 years in the making, This debut by Rebelinx aka Linx saxophone, is a soulful mix of urban rhythms that grooves in elements of Tango, Bhangra, Soca, Samba, just to name a few. Thanks to Rebelinx adaptations of World beat and electric Dance the show combines a tapestry of sound to the heart and spirit of combined rhythms in jazz.
Each last week in July, the Trinidad & Tobago Cultural Society of BC presents the Caribbean Days Festival. This event draws a crowd of exuberant fun-lovers to North Vancouver's Waterfront Park for a weekend of parading, dining, socializing (liming) and dancing in the sunshine. This is a weekend of tropical rhythm, cuisine, carnival and culture as only the Caribbean can offer. Over the years, the Festival has grown into the largest Caribbean event on the local calendar -- and with tens of thousands of attendees, possibly the largest cultural event of its type in BC, period.
Calabash is a restaurant, with a licensed live music venue. The entertainment features live performances of reggae, hip-hop, funk, and poetry. Local artists are making Calabash an epi-centre of the Vancouver music scene. There is a DJ spinning all evening loungin’. Music is essential to the Calabash experience where the island sound is bumping all day.
Private Show: download the new album 'Destiny' and receive and email invitation to the Live performance in Vancouver/BC nostalgic Gastown…C ya soon.) all money's going to the printing of CD"s and the 2014 tour. Thank you!
The Gallery is celebrating its 80th birthday. The Gallery is located at 38 West 28th Street on the 5th floor between 5th and 6th Avenues in Manhattan. When Sotheby’s New York auction held with Tribal art and major collectors and dealers were flown in from around the world, standing at Simpson openings Often the music in the foreground. People like Nils von der Heyde(Tribal Arts, Hamburg) was enthused by the atmosphere of these gatherings. “We went up these steep stairs were coats were thrown in a heap, it was absolute over crowding and high spirits when Mert and two or three other jazz musicians played wonderfully.” Here we are years later… Only by whispering campaign we learn again one of the legendary musical Art evenings were to be held at Merton Simpson Gallery. His Gallery on Madison avenue was from the sixties. Not only one of the most important address for African Art, but also for the man himself and his mark on the New York jazz scene.
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Sounds Like: Grover Washington, Little Louie Vega, Lonnie Liston smith, Kenny Garrett, Steve Coleman
Label: FTBLK Records
Manager: Doreen Lowe
Bio: RebeLinx is multi faceted artist who was born in the 20th century Port of Spain, Trinidad. Linx as he’s called, came to Canada by 4years old and grew up in and around metro Toronto area before the family moved to Malton suburbs known for airplane development & famous Airport. Linx found himself m...See Full Bio
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