Friday, February 10, 2012

Meshell Ndegeocello. Nina Simone. 'nuff said.



Monday, March 5, 7pm

Celebrate Women's History Month!
Meshell Ndegeocello makes her debut at the Schomburg Center's Women's Jazz Festival. A bass player above all else, Meshell brings her signature warm, fat, and melodic groove to everything she does. Canonized, marginalized or just scrutinized, she has given up trying to explain herself. After 20+ years in an industry that has called her everything from avant garde to a dying breed, what unquestionably remains is the fearsome bassist, prolific songwriter and the creativity and curiosity of an authentic musical force. With that, she has earned critical acclaim, the unfailing respect of fellow players, songwriters and composers, and the dedication of her diverse, unclassifiable fans.
Click here for information and ticketing.

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
(Langston Hughes Auditorium)
515 Malcolm X Boulevard, Manhattan (map/directions)

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