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Fall in Love... w/Jason da Hater, c'beyohn & The Bill Killahs, Chinese Connection Dub Embassy, and The Michael Jackson of Rap: Fuller's Bad. Hosted by The Immortal Hardface. Live Hip Hop, Reggae, & Cometry for free.
4 Soul Band/PTMG Presents: Soundcheck Memphis Hosted by The 4Soul Band
1 Way Entertainment presents... Rock The Mic
The Memphis Music Commission and Memphis Music (THE record store on Beale Street) join forces to celebrate Record Store Day! The line-up: - Knate` - Artistik Approach - c’beyohn & The Bill Killahs - Chinese Connection Dub Embassy - DJ SUTCHnSUTCH - Michael Joyner - The 901 Breakers c'beyohn & The Bill Killahs are set to perform and release their new project “Who Stole The Show?” This is a day for the people who make up the world of the record store — the staff, the customers, and the artists — to come together and celebrate the unique culture of a record store and the special role these independently owned stores play in their communities! Come celebrate with us! . . . The Memphis Music Commission preserves, fosters, and promotes Memphis Music locally, nationally and throughout the world. www.memphismusic.org Memphis Music has "Blues you can use" and is the largest Blues specialty store in the world. Shop here for your Blues, Gospel, Rock-n-Roll, and Jazz CDs, cassettes, videos, DVDs, music theme gift items and t-shirts. www.memphismusicstore.com Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners and employees as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding nearly 1400 independently owned record stores in the US and thousands of similar stores internationally and is now celebrated the third Saturday every April. Special vinyl and CD releases and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day and hundreds of artists in the United States and in various countries across the globe make special appearances and performances. www.recordstoreday.com/Venue/14056 c'beyohn & The Bill Killahs are composed of the electric Alternative Hip Hop Soul artist c'beyohn, his sister Brooke Bailey-Lanfair, and members of the dynamic reggae band Chinese Connection Dub Embassy. They have had very impressive run since releasing individual albums together exactly two years ago on April 20, 2013. Since then they have done numerous unforgettable and shows together in and out of town and is now releasing the anticipated project “Who Stole the Show?” on Record Store Day April 18th 2015 at Memphis Music on Beale Street. www.cbeyohn.com
Live From Memphis Slim's is a "collaboratory" effort of four artists in one space ( Memphis Slim House- 1130 College St, Soulsville USA) Live From the Studio... Nick Black ARTISTIK APPROACH c'beyohn & The Bill Killahs Live From the Gallery... Jermel "ZIGGY" Tucker Saturday, February 28, 2015 1pm-4pm Free Admission
Sounds Like: OutKast Official, Kanye West, Common, The Roots, Mos Def Official
Label: Upper Echelon Innertainment
Manager: Corey Bailey
What happens when a person never stops dreaming? The music industry is filled with non-dreamers, individuals who grew up too fast or did not enjoy the beauty of the struggle. The beauty of c’beyohn manifests in the idea that he never stopped dreaming so he never learned his limitation...See Full Bio
c'beyohn has a show on 07/26/2015 at 07:11 PM @ Love in Memphis, TN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/60o56a #concert
“Memphis' rap sound has historically been defined by the trappings of what came to be known as "crunk": gut-busting bass, skittering 808 hi-hats, horror-movie string figures and shouted exhortations. However, over the decades, the underground scene has supported crews and artists that tend toward the jazzier, more cerebral end of the hip-hop spectrum — Iron Mic Coalition, Tunnel Clones, Knowledge Nick and the like. The MC/producer C'Beyohn also came up in that underground conscious hip-hop stream, honing his style and flow on a series of self-released albums over the past 10 years. I caught C'Beyohn's show Thursday evening at The Dizzy Bird, the new "live music lounge" that occupies the old Hattiloo Theatre space on Marshall, and with some new material and revamped accompaniment provided by the Chinese Connection Dub Embassy, it's clear that he's ready to continue progressing his art.”