Jared Michael Nickerson

Jared Michael Nickerson

More About The W.O.W. Hall & Community Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA)

The corner of 8th and Lincoln, the location of W.O.W. Hall, has been a community gathering place since the days the city was founded Eugene Skinner.  When Joseph Cullen Root founded Woodmen of The World fraternal organization in 1880 , he envisioned an organization who’s purpose was “to minister to the afflicted to relieve distress; […]

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West Coast Trippin with BSA ~ More About the HAMMER MUSUEM

Sugar Nation the BSA is returning to the West Coast!  We’ll start with our Abby Lincoln & Max Roach tribute at the Hammer; then thanks to The Hammer’s Claudia Bestor, a second LA date on October 27th you’ll have to attend The Hammer performance to find out about; then it’s south to San Diego & […]

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What’s in a Sweet Sticky Songbook …

How about a dollop of The Ohio Players … Roger Troutman & Zapp … Lakeside … Junie Morrison … Heatwave … Slave … Aurra & … Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame. Then there might also be a dab of Faze-O … Sun … Dayton and Platypus.   Sugar Family and Friends … can you “taste” the […]

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More About Piper Carter, Bryce Detroit and Greg Tate

As part of the D.I.A.’s Tribute to Detroit Hip Hop, Greg Tate will have a conversation with Piper Carter, founder of the Foundation of Women in Hip Hop, and Bryce Detroit, music producer and founder of Detroit Recordings accompanied by the BSA~GR Cru. Piper Carter says in an Urban Innovation Exchange article written by MJ Galbraith […]

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More About Jenny Risher, DIA’s “Friday Nights Live”, Duminie Deporres & The BSA~GD

D-Cyphered: Portraits by Jenny Risher will take viewers on a photographic timeline that makes up the story of the Detroit hip-hop scene. Often overlooked by the movements in New York and Los Angeles, Detroit’s hip-hop history is deeply shaped by the various elements of Motown and Detroit techno. Since the emergence of Eminem and his […]

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PDX … Soul’d Out Productions & The Jack Russell Revue Two Times

Beginning operations in 2003, PDX Jazz is a non-profit cultural arts organization and the presenter of the Portland Jazz Festival. Conceived by former Mt. Hood Festival Artistic Director Bill Royston, the proposed annual event was awarded a three-year city government grant with co-founder and partner Travel Portland (formally POVA). The Festival’s mandate was established as […]

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More about Portland Jazz, Soul’d Out Productions & The Jack Russell Revue & “We Insist! Freedom Now” Suite

Beginning operations in 2003, PDX Jazz is a non-profit cultural arts organization and the presenter of the Portland Jazz Festival. Conceived by former Mt. Hood Festival Artistic Director Bill Royston, the proposed annual event was awarded a three-year city government grant with co-founder and partner Travel Portland (formally POVA). The Festival’s mandate was established as […]

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National Sawdust … Rider & a “caramelized” Ticket Link for the Late Show (9pm)

National Sawdust (NS), an unparalleled, artist-led, non-profit venue, is founded with an expansive vision: to provide composers & musicians across genres a home in which they can flourish, a setting where they are given unprecedented support and resources essential to create, and then share, their work; sharing the building with NS … the brainchild of […]

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National Sawdust ... Rider ... and a BSA "caramelized" Ticket Link

National Sawdust … Rider … and a BSA “caramelized” Ticket Link

National Sawdust (NS), an unparalleled, artist-led, non-profit venue, is founded with an expansive vision: to provide composers & musicians across genres a home in which they can flourish, a setting where they are given unprecedented support and resources essential to create, and then share, their work; sharing the building with NS … the brainchild of […]

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More about The A.G.O. & The Skyline Concert Series

The Art Gallery of Ontario is located on Dundas Street in the heart of the city of Toronto. Walking distance from Yonge-Dundas Square, the Toronto Eaton Centre and Chinatown, the AGO is easy to plan into your itinerary. As the cultural centre of Canada, the city of Toronto is one of the most diverse and […]

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More about the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival

Presented by Mayor Dawn Zimmer, Geri Fallo & the City of Hoboken this will be the 24th edition of the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival. There will be two stages of live music with Overlake, The Karyn Kuhl Band featuring Syd Straw, The Demolition String Band, Glenn Morrow’s Cry for Help, Mike Daly & The […]

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More about Stefanie Batten Bland, SBB Dance Co. & “Patient(ce)”

Provocative, prodigal darling of the dance world, Stefanie Batten Bland began her career in New York City, crossed the Atlantic and took roots in Europe for more than a decade, and then returned to Manhattan to lead her troupe, SBB Company, to dizzying heights of inventiveness. Since founding the ensemble in 2008 in France, the […]

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We Insist ! Freedom Now – M’Boom, M’Boom, M’Boom – All The Muses of the Drummer ~ Punta Giara Cultural Association Press Release

“On the borders between Sardinia and Jazz” Festival performs the XXXII edition it’s a yet another expression of love, towards the contemporary language of music and, in particular, of jazz. The Festival will have the intact strength and the attitude that has always characterized this event : “the curiosity”. It starts from the past, that […]

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Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 23, 2017

Burnt Sugar Smokehouse March 23rd @ C’Mon Everybody BK

This being the tres Thursday in a row … you know the dealio … 6pm Doors with Happy Hour raging till 8pm 7-7:20 DJ Spirithood 7:20-7:50 – Burnt Sugar Arkestra 8-8:50 – Avram Fefer’s Rivers On Mars featuring Greg Tate 9-9:50 – D Max’s Terrestrial Reset 10-11 – Burnt Sugar Arkestra 11-11:30 – #Moist Paula […]

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