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  Club Groove
Address: 125 Macdougal at West 3rd
City: New York
State: NY
Date Time Event Description
Sep-19-17 07:30 PM The Music of Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse was a huge star whose light faded way before her time. The English singer-songwriter shot to stardom in 2006, winning five Grammys for Back to Black. Posthumously, she was listed at 26 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women in Music. Now Jessica Carvo, who appeared on NBC's The Sing-Off, performs some of Winehouse's biggest hits The Band will also play some of their favorite hits, with their own twist. Relive The Unforgettable Songs of Amy Winehouse, and more, at NYC's Club Groove.

Sep-19-17 09:00 PM NYsCene NYsCene features a rotating group of dynamic performers playing a wide variety of music. While focused mostly on funk/soul/R&B, you'll also hear some Top 40, rock classics, and hip-hop. A great band for music lovers of all kinds!

Tickets are $8.00 in advance and $10.00 at the door.
Sep-20-17 07:30 PM Yeah Whatever The Yeah Whatever Sextet got together during Fall 2016. Starting off as a college ensemble they decided to take things farther and pursue performance outside the classroom. They recorded an EP in early 2017 which can be found on their band camp page. yeahwhateverjazz.bandcamp.com

Yeah Whatever is:
Anthony Vetere- Piano
Mike Jasmin- Alto Saxophone
Ryan Coreno- Trumpet
Jared Burnett- Bass
Johnny Pots- Drums
Alex Vietheer- Guitar
Sep-20-17 09:00 PM The Kennedy Administration Some lead vocalists are so captivating, you wonder who's more dazzled when they sing: the adoring fans, or the bandmates who count themselves as blessed as the crowd to be in the presence of such an engaging talent. Watch any live performance by theKennedy Administration, with this quartet's singular namesake at the microphone, and you'll see right away that the rapt audience for Kennedy includes the very skilled, well-traveled players on stage. Kennedy's joy is contagious.It's a testament to her abilities as a musician, and her irresistible presence, that Ondrej Pivec on keyboards, Dmitry Gorodetsky on bass and Nathaniel Townsley on drums were drawn to her and motivated to also help bring the original compositions of this emerging young singer-songwriter to life. Mind you, these guys do not impress easily. Kennedy's cabinet of three has more high-level, executive experience in jazz, r&b, hip-hop and pop than you'll encounter in bands boasting double the number of personnel or claiming twice as many years in music. With credits ranging from Stevie Wonder to Lauryn Hill, and a roster of acclaimed "musician's musicians" in between, the Kennedy Administration's instrumental trio has seen, heard and played a lot. Motor City native Kennedy, who made her way to New York, has carved out her own formidable body of work, thanks to a vocal style that is inflected with great influences — think Ella Fitzgerald, Sade, Anita Baker, even a dash of Luther Vandross — but has its own timbre and particular mix of playfulness and seductive poise.In a few short years since coming east, in one of the world's most competitive entertainment capitals, Kennedy has amassed gigs and collaborations with Christina Aguilera, Kenny Lattimore, Monifah and Cheryl Pepsi-Riley, to name a few. Forging a sound and identity for itself, the Kennedy Administration is creating sensory, soulful modern jazz with elements of r&b, hip-hop and pop judiciously applied. Led by an inspirational singer — who takes her role seriously and carries it with graceful good humor — this particular Kennedy Administration is ushering in a brand new "Great Society" of sweet music.
Sep-21-17 07:30 PM Tribute to James Brown ft. Bruce 'Big Daddy' Wayne Special early show paying a tribute to James Brown ft. Bruce "Big Daddy" Wayne

James Brown was one best showman and one of the most influential singers of the 20th century, who transformed R&B into funk with his tight, driving style. 
A native of Washington D.C., Bruce "Big Daddy" Wayne began singing and dancing on the street corners of Harlem at the tender age of five. The fiery showmanship of such legends as James Brown, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson and others also helped shape his singing style and stage mastery into an undeniable depth and realness few performers possess.

Dont miss out on Big Daddy paying tribute to funk legend James Brown!

Sep-21-17 09:00 PM Li'nard's Many Moods Classic funk, soul, and R&B by Li'nard and his band
Sep-22-17 07:30 PM Gentleman Brawlers Gentleman Brawlers, a Brooklyn 6-Piece, are psychedelic soul revivalists known for their spooky, stylized tunes drenched in analog tape echo and spring reverb. Drawing influences from acid rock and William Onyeabor-era throwback electronica into their Afrobeat-based compositions, the 'Brawlers deliver a live show with plenty of heat, crackling energy and butt-shaking whomp. Drawing critical acclaim in the New York and London Music Press, Brooklyn’s influential magazine, The Deli, listed them among their top 10 emerging New York bands, while Veteran BBC music writer Tom Robinson tipped them as a band showing great promise, calling the ‘Brawlers “a virtuoso live band, grooving together like a beautifully engineered machine.” Their first full-length LP is scheduled for release in June 2017. 
Sep-22-17 09:30 PM James "Biscuit" Rouse 2 item minimum
Sep-22-17 09:30 PM The Black Soul Experience

Welcome to the black soul experience a high-powered intense live show. 

R&B, hip-hop, funk, reggae, house, and soca will keep you dancing in the aisles all night long.

Featuring the host, band leader, and veteran musician here at The Groove, Antwon Robinson with the amazingly talented TRACEY NICOLE, plus New York's top musicians and guest artists.

Sep-23-17 07:30 PM Sammy Rae Sammy Rae is a songwriting force to be reckoned with. With roots in jazz and blues, her grooves are vintage in heart and modern minded. Onstage, she brings pop-rock energy, singer-songwriter passion, and classic jazz dexterity. Her performance, backed by her quintet of good Friends, is equal parts quirky, emotional, and sultry.Sammy, an independent artist, released her first major record Sugar in November of 2016. Tracked and mixed at the renowned Flux Studios, Sugar is a series of coming of age songs, break up songs, love songs and everything in between. It is candid, unapologetic, and bold. The band packs in high energy blues, big brass sounds, and percussion grooves that hop from genre to genre. Sammy's vocal performance on these self-written tracks is honest, confident and powerful. After Sugar’s well-received release show at Flux Studios, she has been sharing the sweetness all around NYC. She also continues to perform jazz standards at various clubs and venues, weddings and every Friday night at Harlem’s The Cotton Club.
Keep up with Sammy on her Instagram - @SammyRaeMusic, on Facebook and purchase Sugar on iTunes and everywhere else fine music is sold online. It’s the kind of thing you can really sing along to, and it makes the gig twice the fun.