Queen of country-soul Yola celebrated a breakout moment around the release of her debut record Walk Through Fire produced by Dan Auerbach, which she recorded in Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville, with legendary session musicians and writers who have worked with the likes of Elvis and Aretha Franklin. Her remarkable story has seen her go from living homeless on London's streets to become one of 2019's breakout stars. She grew up in poverty, was banned from making music as a child and was literally engulfed in flames in a house fire, an experience which inspired the album's title. Yola made her US TV debut on CBS Saturday Morning, won critical acclaim with media from The New York Times to Rolling Stone and fans including Jamie Lee Curtis and Kendall Jenner and had a triumphant SXSW festival. Yola has been supported extensively at radio in the US including NPR Morning Edition, WFUV, KCRW, World Cafe, KUTX, The Current and high positions on the US Americana chart.
Venue: Garcia's at The Capitol Theatre - Port Chester
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Daniel Bennett Group at Residence Inn Times Square
New York saxophonist Daniel Bennett has been hailed as one of the most original and unpredictable musical voices of his generation. Daniel Bennett Group performs the weekly "Experimental Tuesday" conc...
Isaac Mizrahi at Café Carlyle
Isaac Mizrahi returns to Café Carlyle with his all-new show, Isaac Mizrahi: Movie Stars and Supermodels, for a three-week residency, January 21 – February 8. His previous residencies in the room were ...
Music Influenced by Jazz: Steve Coleman, Dave Douglas, Marquis Hill, and Kurt Rosenwinkel at The Juilliard School
Tue | 7:30 pm
Juilliard Jazz's Dizzy Gillespie and Duke Ellington Ensembles present the music of Steve Coleman, Dave Douglas, Marquis Hill, and Kurt Rosenwinkel at Paul Hall. ...