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Georgia Anne Muldrow in Concert

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/13/2017
3:00 am - 6:00 am

Location
Ashkenaz
1317 San Pablo Ave
Berkeley
CA, 94702

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The Black Women’s Bazaar, hosted by Them People Productions and Ashkenaz, is a celebration of Black women and their innumerable contributions to our culture. Our marketplace will feature some of the most vibrant artisans and crafters from The Bay Area selling everything from jewelry, clothing, accessories, candles, skincare products, and more! Vibes will be supplied by The Bay’s own DJ Mujie with a concert featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow following at 7pm.

Entry to the marketplace (11am-4pm) is FREE.
Tickets for the Georgia Anne Muldrow concert (7pm) are on sale NOW.

“She’s like Flack, Nina Simone, Ella, she’s something else. She’s like religion. It’s heavy, vibrational music. I’ve never heard a human being sing like this. Her voice is wildly, finely expressive. It’s so singular. It’s hip-hop, the way that she approaches it rhythmically, she’s got so many jazz influences. It’s something else and you can just feel it. She’s like J. Dilla, the legendary producer. She makes her own beats, she rhymes, she sings, and she plays. If people love Amy Winehouse, they’re going to get their minds blown when they hear Georgia Anne Muldrow.”  – Mos Def (Yasiin Bey)

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