TREME'S SUMMER REGGAE SERIES
Beginning on 5/29/15, Treme will be featuring a new Reggae Band every Friday evening, all summer long. There will be Reggae Bands from all over the US and Caribbean performing. All performances will go from 9 - 12, with $10 Admission. There will be drink and food specials throughout the summer. More info on the artists performing can be found on our calendar. If you enjoy Reggae Music, make Treme your Friday Night destination all summer long!
7/10: NATTY KASHA & THE BURNING BUSH BAND
7/17: Mr. LEE G
7/24: PHILLY REGGAE BAND
7/31: CRUCIAL FIYA
8/7: SOUL JUNKIES
8/14: RAS DROPPA
8/21: THE BLUE PEOPLE
8/28: KING DJANGO
7/15/15: RISING ARTIST WEDNESDAY (RAW) will provide local artists with a venue to showcase their talents. Bands of all genres will be performing.
Dolly Spartans became a fast rage in NYC beginning early in 2013. Eliran’s songs are... momentary observations of a lucid young mind, verbalizing truisms as only he can, leaving the listener burning to hear a particular phrase again and again. The upbeat melodies welcome you to shout out the choruses at the top of your lungs. http://www.reverbnation.com/dollyspartans
Mad Kings approach both their recordings and live concerts with a bang. The music is a blend of Progressive and Classic Rock with a hint of Jam, evident in the guitar solos and the virtuosity of the rhythm section. Their music is pulsing and indefatigable. Mad Kings are palpably talented musicians. They are musicians-musicians and their songs are esoteric and characteristic of Mad Kings. | http://www.reverbnation.com/madkingsofficial
8/13/15: SUGAR BLUE
Grammy winner Sugar Blue has been called the Jimi Hendrix of harmonica: he has played and recorded with Willie Dixon, Prince, Rolling Stones, Stan Getz, Bob Dylan, only to name a few... Sugar Blue and his top notch band are guaranteed to put on a high octane show that you will remember for a long time.
Like many American musicians before him Sugar Blue left these shores and relocated to Paris, where he became a first-call studio musician and performing artist. That’s his harmonica blasting on the Rolling Stones’ platinum disco hit “Miss You”. Considered to be one of the first harp pyro-technicians, he uses awe-inspiring high-register runs, circular breathing and electronic effects on his harmonicas blending them into his unique, visionary and singular style, technically dazzling yet wholly soulful.
"...an extravagantly lyrical harmonica player" - New York Times "He's a very strange and talented musician" - Mick Jagger
$20 Admission | http://www.sugar-blue.com/
****There may be limited seating available for these events, advanced reservations are encouraged. Premium seating may be reserved for an additional charge. Please contact Treme at email@example.com or call 631-277-2008, for more information or to reserve seating****