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After Tuesday is one of Maryland's most popular dance bands! With impeccable 3-part harmony, our vocalists will WOW you with their amazing range and skills. Our musicians, some of the best, have recorded professionally and played with the biggest names in the music business. Yet, after years of playing in front of large audiences, we've returned to our roots! We love interacting with the audience at a smaller venue.

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After Tuesday is one of Maryland's most popular dance bands! With impeccable 3-part harmony, our vocalists will WOW you with their amazing range and skills. Our musicians, some of the best, have recorded professionally and played with the biggest names in the music business. Yet, after years of playing in front of large audiences, we've returned to our roots! We love interacting with the audience at a smaller venue.

Address:
21052
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The Jazz Ensemble Raddy & The Cats was born out of musical interactions at Montgomery College, Gizmo Recording Studio and other venues in the metro DC area. Forced to relocate to Maryland due to Katrina, New Orleans native John Raddy Lowery began exploring musical opportunities with his teachers and colleagues. One of the most exciting projects was the recording of his CD Re-Creation which includes tunes he used to play with the Jazz Cats in the Market in New Orleans French Market, as well as well known classic Jazz tunes with new arrangements. The Jazz Ensemble includes well known guests such as: ROBERT REDD on the piano who appears often as a free-lance musician at Blues Alley with numerous local and national artists as well as performing with the Smithsonian Masterworks Ensemble. Bassist VICTOR DVOSKIN who first gained popularity in the former USSR in the early seventies. Jazz critics considered him the number-one bass player of the eighties, earning three stars in the Penguin Guide to Jazz. By 1991, Victor had arrived in Washington, DC as part of the Russian/American Jazz Quartet, Jazznost. DC native Bassist SCOTT GIAMBUSSO who has been playing music in this town since 1968 and continues to thrive on the local party and concert circuit. On Wednesday nights you can find him sitting in the guitar chair in The James Bazen Big Band at Paisano's in Rockville. The ensemble also includes Joshua Patani on Basds and Kelvin Ikpeni on guitar. More guests Nigerian-born drummer, Tosin Aribisala , percussionist LEON E. ALEXANDER , on drums Solomon Ekwukoma, on keyboards ERIC L. OLOUGHLIN, Hope Nwachukwu & George Philip.

Address:
20855
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Session 5 is an R&B and Jazz instrumental music group represented by Regina Maria Management. We also have the versatility to go from being a trio (guitar,bass,drums) to a quartet (guitar,bass,drums,keyboards) to a five-piece with vocals (vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards and drums)

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Based out of Edgewood, Maryland (a suburb north east of Baltimore) and formed in the summer of 2009, FIST MONKEY has been playing the club circuit in the greater Mid-Atlantic area for the past few years with several lineup changes. Then late in 2010 local Maryland axe slinger Matt Tripp was available to audition and he soon joined the current Fist Monkey lineup in Feb 2011. Currently FIST MONKEY's lineup is; Kenny Lee: Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Vibes Phill Spikee; Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals Dave Sisson Jr.: Percussion, Backing Vocals Matt Tripp: Lead Guitar, Slide Guitar, Harmonica, Backing Vocals FIST MONKEY’S goal is to stray from the typical "bar room fodder" rock cover songs, with our diverse set lists. Blending the needed standards to keep our audience dancing and having a good time, but add a unique and eclectic list of songs that will keep our fans coming back for more to see what we can pull out of our trick bag. We attempt to play the best tunes from the greatest era's of rock music from the '60's, '70's and '80's; Classic Rock, Electric Blues, Hard Rock and Instrumental Jams, with a touch of modern pop thrown in to keep our sound fresh. On any given gig, we will have local guest musicians sitting in with the band to add their own flavor and style to our shows. We also perform an acoustic set, electric power blues set and are working on a showcase set of original music and plan to release a live or studio CD in the future.

Address:
21040
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TAKE A STRONG LOOK AT THIS GUY HE HAD 11 SONGS ON THE RADIO NOW HE HAS 2 SONGS ON THE RADIO Book Huli for Shows/ Parties /Sweet Sixteen/ect Huli Shallone was Booked for 47 HIP HOP / RAP Shows up & down the Eastcoast last year just opened up for Rick Ross....TI/50CENTS/TREY SONGZ/JEZZY/CHRIS BROWN/LIL WAYNE/GUCCI MAN/ect.and opening for Jada Kiss on May 29 in downtown Baltimore.... Huli Shallone, a Baltimore native, and a product of the roughest projects in Baltimore city, has been surrounded by drugs and violence his entire life. Growing up in a single parent home, Huli Shallone reached to the street life to provide for his family at the young age of thirteen. He became enamored by the street life but also possessed another true love, music. Huli began pursuing his passion, by performing in neighborhood talent shows and performances at the age of fourteen. Two major role models in Huli Shallone's life were his uncles and real-life Kingpins, "Slim Charles" and "Bodie"Barksdale, both portrayed in the HBO hit series, "The Wire". While continuing in his role as a provider for his family and pursuing his dream, Huli Shallone often found himself in trouble with the law and in and out of jail. It was not until the year 2000, that Shallone grew tired of the fast life and began to focus more of his attention and energy into his music. During this critical time, he crossed paths with his long-time friend and partner, Okie. Okie and Huli Shallonecreated a music group, Nature's Problem, who proved very successful, making numerous hits and receiving air time on several radio stations. In addition to radio play, Nature's Problem performed live on television shows such as Apollo, and 106 & Park. Nature's Problem also toured with such artist as "Lil Flip" and "Mannie Fresh". In 2005, Huli Shallone put out a solo project which sold over 10,000 units and made him the most acclaimed and requested local artist throughout Baltimore, Washington D.C., and several other cities. His hit, "For my Shorty", received over 5,000 plays on the radio and landed him performances internationally in places such as Grenada, where he traveled with the television network, BET. Despite pursuing his passion for music, Huli Shallone's life in the streets has not been forgotten. His music is largely influenced by those experiences. Huli Shallone's music often tells of true struggles and fame achieved in the street. Huli Shallone not only depicts himself as a talented musician, but also showcases his talent in the area of acting. He has performed in several plays on stage before live audiences. Huli Shallone intertwines his real-life experiences, passion, and perseverance in pursuit of his career as a talented performer and musician. He remains true to his motto and goal, "I wont quit until they put dirt over me!"

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21215
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