Their mission: To spread their love of The Fresh Price, Nike Air-Max, MC Hammer pants, Zig and Zag and all things 90's via the medium of sound. Funked-up and jazzed-out versions of your favourite 90's classic will leave you no choice but to dance your asses off to their hot-stepping, side-slapping, parcel-passing, groin-grinding, roof-raising, guaranteed fun times.
Ditch the family arguments, the turkey sambos and the oversized pyjamas and round up your mates for a massive party in The Sugar Club on December 28. Groove along to a sweet mix of your favourite RnB, hip-hop, neo-soul, funk and jazz tunes, performed by some of Ireland’s slickest musicians. It’s the perfect excuse to head back into town for a knees-up without the hassle of wondering where to go or what to do.
Marie Keane is a singer-songwriter with idealistic themes. This eclectic mix of folk blues rock is infused with subtle classical and traditional undertones.
Expect to hear the big hits as well as classic album tracks from Astral Weeks, Moondance, Avalon Sunset and the other albums from the extensive catalogue of the Belfast bard. Receiving critical acclaim from devout Vanatics wherever they perform, Celtic Soul are the definitive Van Morrison tribute. The 7-piece band from Belfast perform authentic and inspired renditions of songs from Van's days with Them right through to the present.
Tank And The Bangas “One of the most energetic shows you’ll ever see” to “A gospel tent in Mississippi”.
Part of the fabric of Los Angeles’ hip-hop / jazz / soul avant-garde since 2005, Georgia Anne Muldrow has built a mightily impressive discography and a reputation to match during her career as a vocalist, songwriter, producer and musician.