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APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: CONCRETE BLUES
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APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: CONCRETE BLUES

Tre Williams and the Revelations

10/12/2012
When: 10/12/2012
10 p.m.
Where: Apollo Theater
253 West 125th Street
Music Cafe
NYC, Harlem 

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APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: CONCRETE BLUES
Tre Williams and the Revelations
Friday, October 12 at 10 p.m.

Tre Williams and the Revelations represent a renewed dawning in soul music – one that marries the concrete jungle grit of the streets with the midnight blues of the rural South. The rawness of Stax and propulsive drive of Motown has been re-imagined for contemporary listeners needing relief from timeless problems. Tre Williams and the Revelations are the essence of classic southern soul with a sharp modern edge.

Apollo Music Café continues to transcend the concert going experience for music lovers. In the intimate setting of the Apollo's Soundstage, musical performances by an eclectic mix of talented artists and genres can be enjoyed in a lounge setting.

Food and drinks are also available for purchase one hour before show-time.

SPECIAL OFFER: A-LISTers can purchase tickets for $15 with the code ALIST until the day before the show. Mention the code "A-LIST” in person at the Apollo Box Office.

TICKETS: $15 (A-LIST), $20 (general public)
ORDER NOW!

Apollo Music Café is supported in part by the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs and public funds from the New York City Department of Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: MATEO
Saturday, October 13 at 10 p.m.

R&B music is getting a facelift and singer-songwriter/musician, Mateo is the surgeon. As his name states, "a gift from the Heavens," Mateo is lending his gift to alter the sound, image and passion behind the genre.

He is also leading a new era of artists with his distinct voice as well as the "Urban Mod” movement – a hybrid of R&B, Pop and Alternative – a new kind of modernism in urban music. With an out-of-this-world sound, inspiring lyrics and an authentic voice, Mateo is definitely one of that rare breed of artists that has it all.

SPECIAL OFFER: A-LISTers can purchase tickets for $15 with the code ALIST until the day before the show. Mention the code "A-LIST” in person at the Apollo Box Office.

TICKETS: $15 (A-LIST), $20 (general public)
ORDER NOW!

Apollo Music Café is supported in part by the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs and public funds from the New York City Department of Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

APOLLO MUSIC CAFÉ: THE NEW CLASS
Hosted by Amanda Seales
Featuring Rich P, Justine Skye, P Jay Johnson, The Cranberry Show
Monday, October 15 at 10 p.m.

This special edition of the Apollo Music Café will showcase groundbreaking performances by a cadre of energetic new voices ranging from alternative hip hop to soulful R&B!

The line-up includes spoken word duo Cuz I’m Dope, R&B new comer Justine Skye, cutting edge rapper Sene, one of the nation’s top female emcees LiKWUiD, talented singer/songwriter P Jay Johnson, groundbreaking artist Mike Hurtt, the rap group and show stoppers The Cranberry Show and Harlem rap sensation Rich P. They are young artists representing today’s up-and-coming talent.

The evening will be hosted by Amanda "Diva” Seales from MTV’s show, Hip Hop POV.

Presented in collaboration with LilliePop during the CMJ Festival.

SPECIAL OFFER: A-LISTers can purchase tickets for $15 with the code ALIST until the day before the show. Mention the code "A-LIST” in person at the Apollo Box Office.

TICKETS: $15 (A-LIST), $20 (general public)
ORDER NOW!

Apollo Music Café is supported in part by the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs and public funds from the New York City Department of Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


The Apollo's annual season is made possible by lead support from The Coca-Cola Company, JPMorgan Chase & Co., The Parsons Family Foundation, the Ronald O. Perelman Family Foundation, the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone, Reginald Van Lee New Works Fund, the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Folonari Wines, the Apollo Board of Directors and many other generous donors.

Lead annual support is also provided by public funds from the City of New York Theater Subdistrict Council; with additional funding from the National Endowment for the Arts; the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; and the New York State Council for the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.















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