26.6 konzert – Cancelled/Abgesagt!

Sorry, the Concert got cancelled.

Leider muss das Konzert entfallen.



Friday the 26.6 starting around 19h there’ll be a concert with Taína Asili and Evan Greer. There’ll also be food, drinks, dancing… Come all! 🙂

Taína Asili is a US born Puerto Rican singer, combining powerful vocals
with energetic fusion of Afro-Latin, reggae, and rock sounds. The eclectic
style offers a sound that spans continents, with heartfelt lyrics sung in
multiple languages. Her debut album War Cry was released in 2010, and her
latest album, Fruit of Hope, was just released this year. Music producer
and journalist David Malachowski writes “...the high energy of the band is
simply impossible to ignore. The exotic, incessant rhythms reel you in, and
the stabbing horns, hypnotic bass and Asili's urgent voice draw you
closer.” During Taína Asili 20-year career of creating music for social
change she has toured the country many times, performed in Canada, Mexico,
Puerto Rico and Spain, and has released five albums internationally with
previous bands. Taina Asili has shared the stage with renowned artists such
as Ursula Rucker, Sonia Sanchez, Paula Cole, Pamela Means, Talib Kweli and
The Sierra Leone Refugee All-Stars. Taína Asili’s voice exudes strength of
Spirit, filling its listeners with the fervor of freedom and inspiring
audiences to dance to the rhythm of rebellion.

Prominent LGBTQ Festivals performed include: Out/Loud Queer and Trans
Women's Music Festival, Eugene, OR; Capital Pride, Albany NY; Idapalooza,
Nashville, TN.

TainaAsili.com <http://www.tainaasili.com/>

Electronic Press Kit:  tainaasili.com/eletronic-press-kit/

Videos: Youtube.com/tainaasili <http://www.youtube.com/tainaasili>

Music: soundcloud.com/tainaasili

Facebook.com/TainaAsiliMusic <http://facebook.com/TainaAsiliMusic>

Twitter.com/tainaasili <http://twitter.com/tainaasili>

Evan Greer is a radical genderqueer singer/songwriter, based in Boston, MA.
Evan writes and performs high-energy acoustic songs that inspire hope,
build community, and incite resistance. Wielding an arsenal of fiercely
radical acoustic songs that vary in style from pop-punk poetry to
foot-stompin’ bluegrass singalongs, Evan has shared stages with artists as
musically diverse as Pete Seeger, Immortal Technique, Tom Morello of Rage
Against the Machine, Boots Riley of The Coup, Billy Bragg, Pamela Means,
Mr. Lif, State Radio, Holly Near, The Mammals, and Chumbawamba.

Prominent LGBTQ Festivals performed include: Boston Dyke March, Boston, MA;
Worcester Pride, Worcester, MA; NYC Trans Pride, NY, NY.

Electronic Press Kit: http://bit.ly/1HwWvFb