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Sounds Like: Kanye West, Jay-Z, Just Blaze, DJ Toomp, T.I.
Label: Ill Soul Productions
Manager: William Bowser & Darian Turner
That's what you get when you inquire the services of William "Soul B." Bowser. With over 10+ years in the audio industry and a consistent track record in production and engineering William Bowser knows a thing or two about music. "I treat everyone's record like its my record, like i... See Full Bio
HULAS is a 21 & over Venue. We accept all credit cards Hulas Bungalow, known for it's Live Entertainment: Featuring National Acts, Regional Bands and special guest DJ's. Hours: Wed.@6pm, Thur.Fri.Sat. 8pm - close ADDRESS: 23900 North Patuxent Beach Rd. California ,Md. 20619 DIRECTIONS From Calvert: Take Route 4 South over the Solomons bridge, take the first right as you come off the bridge onto North Patuxent Beach Road. Follow the road for about half a mile, Hulas will be on the right. From St. Mary's: Route 4 North, take the last left before the bridge onto North Patuxent Beach Road, follow road for about half mile, Hulas is on the right. Read more: http://www.myspace.com/hulasbungalow#ixzz0xpcpmI3H
Open mic night. Come and join Ill Soul Productions artist "Soul B." while he does Hulas right!!!
The U Street Corridor has long been a center of DC's cultural and activist scene with places like the Lincoln Theatre, Howard Theatre, Bens Chili Bowl, Bohemian Caverns and other historic clubs and venues serving as the hub for politics and artistry. Until the 1920's (when it was overtaken by Harlem), the U Street area was home to the largest urban African American community in the United States. In its cultural heyday, the U Street corridor was known as "Black Broadway", a phrase coined by jazz singer Pearl Bailey. In 1968, the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr sparked rioting across many American cities. In Washington DC, the chaos began on the corner of 14th & U streets - as people smashed store windows, set buildings aflame and looted in outrage. A strong desire to pay homage to U Streets traditional identity led proprietor Andy Shallal to reach out to community leaders, neighborhood groups, churches, schools, and other civic organizations during the development of Busboys. What emerged is a dedication to preserve this historic community and an unwavering commitment to its residents. Busboys and Poets is proud to honor the tradition of this historic neighborhood by welcoming literary and artistic folks from around the world to share thoughts and ideas with local guests and community activists.
Come be part of the first ever County Sypher!!!
9 PM (Cullen Room) - A Busboys and Poetry Event - Wednesday Night Open Mic hosted by Tiffany Okafor! Drew Anderson aka "Droopy the Broke Baller" is the master of multi-dimensional mania. Audiences struggle with whether to label him "comedian" or "poet", "MC" or "emcee", but they never struggle to label his explosive exploits as entertaining. -- For two hours, audiences can expect a diverse chorus of voices and a vast array of professional spoken word performers, open mic rookies, musicians and a different host every week. Expect to be moved, expect a packed house, expect the unexpected, but above all come with an open mind and ear. -- $3 Admission (Wristbands/tickets are sold all day in the Global Exchange store beginning at 10 AM until sold out. Limit of 4 wristbands per person. Cash only. Sorry, No Refunds.)
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