Great!! sro most times, so... make reservations so you can get a table. Soul food menu, 8p- 11:45p. If you only want to see the main performances & not dine/wine come @ 10p. We are free on the 16th for the Triad. more details plz.- time, how many songs, play w/you? etc. Stay Royal- Holly
Thanks 4 adding me as a friend. Plz see: www.youtube.com for videos or www.myspace.com/kingsolomon7865 or google SOLOMON HICKS. This my teen son prodigy musician. Come 2 see him @ the COTTON CLUB (monday nites are the best show in Harlem) He is the Bands lead guitarist since 13 yrs. old & performs his own show there several times a week. see: Lenox Lounge on wednesdays 9:15p. Hope 2 C U soon
Holly (the MOM)
My next event is September in NYC, but we will see what the universe says. WE start a full production of the Awards the 3rd week in January NYC. Also, I was invited to participate in Harlem Week in August, I am awaiting information on that piece. Thanks for you immediate reply.
Thanks for the Red Ribbon Donovan. I was in Brooklyn 2 weeks ago, I just finished my production of The Twinkie Awards (for Sales and Marketing) our first time showing it NYC, it was very successful.
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