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Monica McIntyre

Monica McIntyre

R&B/Soul / Acoustic Soul New Orleans, LA  US
She's Strong
She's Strong
Pass Over
Pass Over
Mourning To The Moonlight
Mourning To The Moonlight
In The Sweet
In The Sweet


Freedom Song


  • 2015

    Feb 13

    Philadelphia, PA, US | 8:00pm

    I have the honor of performing as part of Cassendre Xavier's CD Release - with Monica McIntyre, Phyllis Voren, Roadshow Relics!! Friday, February 13th, 8pm at the Tin Angel, 20 S. 2nd St. Phila. Tickets are $10 and will be available at http://tinangel.com.

  • 2015

    Jan 28

    New Orleans, LA, US | 7:00pm

    The Little Gem Saloon and Lilli Lewis Present Songwriters Happy Hour. Featuring: Kelly Love Jones and Monica McIntyre. Hailing from New Orleans, LA, Kelly Love Jones is an artist to watch for! With her mixture of: soul, hip hop, folk, and reggae she has been given the opportunity to open for the likes of: Stephen Marley, Lenny Kravitz, Steel Pulse, Michelle N'Degeocello, and Laura Izibor...just to name a few. She was Creative Loafing's Singer/Songwriter of the year, received The Big Easy Award for "Best Emerging Artist" and has written a #1 single for the artist known as Una Morgan of Morgan Heritage. AND Cellist, Vocalist, Lyricist, Wellness Advocate, and Sound Healer are a few titles used to describe Monica McIntyre. She weaves a beautiful tapestry of colors and sounds so unique that one genre simply does not cover it. Monica uses her cello as a conduit to seamlessly blend: Blues, Soul, Folk, Classical, Reggae and Middle Eastern sounds into an unforgettable musical landscape.

  • 2014

    Dec 30

    New Orleans, LA, US | 8:00pm

    Re.lease (verb): I Set It Free "I packed up my baggage and I set it free..." A night of releasing, transforming, and setting new dreams in motion. Please help Monica McIntyre celebrate the release of her newest musical baby 'Mourning To The Moonlight' on Tuesday December 30 at Cafe Istanbul. She is beautiful, she is powerful, and she couldn't have been created without you!! This beautful night will feature debut collaborations and new work from: Cellist Singer Songwriter -- Monica McIntyre's Music, Spirit Dancer -- Janese Brooks-Galathe, Performance Artist -- Rebecca Mwase, Musician Singer Songwriter -- Kelly Love Jones, Multi-Media Visionary -- Blaze Power Edwards and Percussionist -- Mike Jacobsen. ---AS WELL AS--- A community altar which will focus on motion, new dreams in motion, water, movement...collective energizing on being divine objects in motion. Cafe Istanbul in the Healing Center (2372 St Claude Ave) Tuesday December 30, 2014, 7-10pm $20 w/ CD, $10 General Admission For more info: www.monicamcintyremusic.com

  • 2014

    Dec 14

    New Orleans, LA, US | 6:00pm

    Women With A Vision commemorates a quarter century of service and advocacy for the health and well-being of women and their families across the greater New Orleans area. Featuring: Dinner, Speakers, Performances, and a Special Tribute to our Founding Mothers! Background: In 1989, a grassroots collective of African American women came together in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS in the African American community forming what would come to be known as Women With A Vision, Inc. Over the last 25 years, WWAV has become New Orleans’ premier women’s health organization combining service and advocacy to address the social conditions and injustices that impact our city’s most marginalized women.

  • 2014

    Dec 13

    New Orleans, LA, US | 7:00pm

    Join us for our Holiday Party with New Orleans Dance Collective! All funds will go to scholarships for Dancing Grounds and New Orleans Dance Collective youth. Tickets include FREE FOOD AND BEER! Cash bar for alcohol. Saturday, December 13th, 7pm - 1am New Orleans Arts Center (3330 St. Claude Ave. @ Desire St.) $15 pre-sale, $20 at the door FREE Food by La Boulangerie, Kebab plus homemade goodness cooked by our parents! Featuring artwork by Jeremy Paten Holiday Art Market and Terratour exhibit by The New Orleans Society of Fly Ladies 7:30-8pm LIVE MUSIC by Monica McIntyre 8-9pm DANCE PERFORMANCES by New Orleans Dance Collective Youth Dancing Grounds Youth Company Dancing Grounds Kids' Hip Hop Class McDonough City Park Academy students Dancing Grounds' adult class students: Hip Hop Expressions, Hip Hop Choreo, Salsa SWEAT, Work It Out, African, Bounce Fitness, Contemporary and more! 9pm FASHION SHOW by AYA Designs 9:30-11PM LIVE MUSIC by Kumasi: The Dance Band 11:30 til….. Dance party! PRE-SALE: $10 for adult class performers; $15 General Admission DAY-OF: $20 General Admission *Tickets will be on sale at Dancing Grounds (3705 St. Claude Ave. NOLA 70117). OR purchase through Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dancing-grounds-and-new-orleans-dance-collective-holiday-party-tickets-14700570803?aff=affiliate


  • Monica


Manager: Martha Alguera

Bio: Artist, Cellist, Singer, Lyricist, Community Activist and Healer; these are a few titles which could be used to describe Monica McIntyre. As a musician Monica weaves a beautiful tapestry of colors and sounds so vivid and unique that one genre simply cannot cover it all. She seamlessly blends: Blu...See Full Bio

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Monica McIntyre has a show on 02/13/2015 at 08:00 PM @ Tin Angel in Philadelphia, PA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ktp42 #concert


“Monica McIntyre's cello, vocals, songwriting, and bandleading skills were featured at the debut of Philadelphia's annual Black Women's Arts Festival in 2003. She returned in 2004 in the capacity of event coordinator of the same event. Blusolaz (blues, soul, and jazz combined) is a perfect sampling of what this woman is capable of with or without full band. McIntyre is one part jazz & blues musician, one part balladeer poet, blended with a generous helping of soul topped with 100% pure organic style. Philadelphia is lucky to have this brilliant treasure.”

— The Black Women's Arts Festival


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Q: I have not forgotten about your beautiful music, if anything it speaks louder now more than ever. Thank you. Love and light.

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