Apollo Music Cafe Celebrates Black History Month

Editor January 31st, 2013

The Apollo Music Café will begin the Apollo Theater’s Black History Month festivities with two performances.


On Friday, February 1: Rebecca Naomi Jones

  • "Broadway’s own Rebecca Naomi Jones (American Idiot and Passing Strange) is a singer who emanates an emotional charge as memorable as the thrilling music she sings.  This evening of storytelling through song captures with piercing intensity the dizzying roller coaster of life’s highs and lows rendered by an artist with a big Broadway voice that slides from playful to poignant." -Harlem World Magazine

On Saturday, February 2: Patrice Covington and B. Slade

  • "R&B, soul and Broadway songstress Patrice Covington who has dazzled audiences in unforgettable theatrical performances, offers selections from her recent release Life Feels Good Right Now, including classic R&B, country juke joint and Motown tunes."- Harlem World Magazine
  • "B. Slade, formerly known as Tonex, is a two-time Grammy nominee and eight-time Stellar Award winner whose undeniable talents include being the first African American male to star in The Who’s Tommy. " -Harlem World Magazine

Doors and bar open at 9pm

Performances begin at 10pm.

Tickets:

$20
 general admission

 $15 A-List advance price until midnight the day before performance

Tickets can be purchased at the Apollo Theater Box Office, telephone by calling Ticketmaster (800) 745-3000, or 
online at Ticketmaster.com.

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