The VrroomVIP Monthly NeoSoul & Smooth Jazz ESPRESSO (AUG) featuring Althea Rene

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The VrroomVIP Monthly NeoSoul & Smooth Jazz ESPRESSO (AUG) featuring Althea Rene

Time: August 17, 2013 from 7pm to 11pm
Location: Durham Arts Council
Street: 120 Morris Street
City/Town: Durham, NC
Website or Map: http://vrroomvip.eventbrite.c…
Phone: 919.949.3841
Event Type: smooth, jazz, in, durham, nc
Organized By: VrroomVIP:Upclose & Personal
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2013

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ESPRESSO - a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, through ground dark-roast coffee beans......

Introducing the 2013 VrroomVIP NeoSoul & Smooth Jazz Monthly ESPRESSO !! Experience the strong, bold sounds of this unique blend of flavorful & highly talented musicians from across the country. Click the link below or the logo above to see the AMAZING artists we have lined up for you..

Featuring our Aug NeoSoul Jazz ESPRESSO:

Althea Rene
(click image above for artist info):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_g-4ZNTvm0

Althea Rene is a genuine diva of Nu Jazz, R & B, and Smooth Soul: a tenacious monarch with lips, lungs and fingers of gold. Every concert goer will be "rocked" by all the songs performed by this artist. So, let it be known far and wide, that if you haven't visited the kingdom of jazz flautist, Althea Rene, you really must partake in the panoply of her "flava" filled abilities. Music fans celebrate this serene Cinderella's musical skills. This classy lady has extreme TALENT, with personal beauty and style as a sideboard delight that oozes with charismatic appeal in "live" performance. Her performance sets a sensual stage for every song, because her gentle delivery of her soulful tunes makes people want to snuggle up close with someone special and blows them out the water as softly as she blows her magical flute.

 

backed by our very own from Greensboro...

TheStorytellers

To Order tickets and for more information visit:

vrroomvip.eventbrite.com

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