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The Negrocity Follies

(In which The Ion­man aggres­sive­ly mis-con­ducts him­self dur­ing anoth­er absurd­ly onanis­tic self-inter­view.…) So the new Burnt Sug­ar record is called ALL YA NEEDS THAT NEGROCITY. Any expla­na­tions of ‘Negroc­i­ty’ forth­com­ing? Naw, not real­ly. Be kin­da redun­dant. Self-explana­­to­ry in a world where Three Six Mafia is win­ning Oscars and Rick Ross is a sex god. Negroc­i­ty […]

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“All Ya Needs That Negrocity” CD Release Feast

To cel­e­brate the release of “All Ya Needs That Negroc­i­ty” on Avant Groidd Musi­ca, Burnt Sug­ar the Arkestra Cham­ber is per­form­ing & pre­sent­ing an eatin, dancin and card playin throw­down at The Vil­lage @ Gure­je at Nova Bar and Gar­den Lounge on Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 5th.

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Ziggy and the Berlin Trilogy

Ziggy and the Berlin Trilogy

For this pre­miere per­for­mance Burnt Sug­ar will trip on some inner glam and Ger­man­ic starchild roots and res­ur­rect the moment in musi­cal his­to­ry when space odd­i­ty David Bowie came under the cyber­net­ic sway of Tony Vis­con­ti, Brain Eno, Kraftwerk, and Robert Fripp. Albums to be exhumed for rean­i­ma­tion and fur­ther study include Hunky Dory, The […]

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DROP THE BOMB PARTY!

Fri­day, Jan­u­ary 21st start­ing at 7:30pm, The Black Rock Coali­tion — Cel­e­brat­ing 25 years (and still going strong) as the ONLY nation­wide non­prof­it ded­i­cat­ed to sup­port­ing the COMPLETE and UNCOMPROMISED FREEDOM, RECOGNITION and EQUALITY of artists of col­or — will be have a PARTY at The Gibson/Baldwin ER Show­room to coin­cide with the eager­ly await­ed […]

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Indomitable: James Brown The Music and The Man

Indomitable: James Brown The Music and The Man

After a sold-out run at the Apol­lo Theater’s Salon Series, inter­na­tion­al­ly acclaimed Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra, Tony nom­i­nee Bran­don Vic­tor Dixon (Col­or Pur­ple, Lion King and Unchain My Heart) and Direc­tor Patri­cia McGre­gor (Fela) present a one-night only con­cert ver­sion of Indomitable: James Brown The Music and The Man on Fri­day, Decem­ber 17, 2010. Doors at […]

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The Blue Note Late Night Groove Series presents Burnt Sugar

Late Night Groovy at The Blue Note NYC

Get your Late Night Groove with us at The Blue Note NYC! Sat­ur­day Decem­ber 4  ’round  1am We rec­om­mend reserv­ing a spot at the table. — Here’s your link

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Burnt Sugar, MK Groove Orchestra & Dope Sagittarius

It’s Gonna Be a Coco Dope Groove Sugar!

Fri­day, Novem­ber 19th 2010 8:00pm Coco66 66 Green­point Ave. Brook­lyn (between Franklin and West) G train to Green­point Ave. $6 in advance $8 at the door buy tick­ets WITH: THE MK GROOVE ORCHESTRA The MK Groove Orches­tra is not your grand­par­ents big band, the MKGO is equal parts rock band and jazz band, draw­ing upon […]

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BURNT SUGAR presents TWO OR THREE THINGS SHE KNOW ABOUT WILD

A Primer In How Sis­ters Freely Con­duct Them­selves in The D Fea­tur­ing Mazz Swift and Latasha Neva­da Dig­gs on violin,vocals and EFX Greg Tate on laptop,guitars+baton, Jared Michael Nick­er­son on bass and The Next Detroit Har­molod­ic Arkestra (Joel Peter­son, Duminie Depor­res, James “the Black­man” Har­ris, Skeeter CR Shel­ton and more) Admis­sion: $8.00 all ages www,mocadetroit.org/upcomingevents.html […]

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Sept 25th at 92Y Tribeca NYC, NY

Start­ing 2010 with three sold-out pre­views at Brooklyn’s BRIC­stu­dio & two sold-out nights in Paris at the Sons D’Hiver Fes­ti­val as Melvin Van Pee­bles’ on-stage band for the the­atri­cal debut of Sweet Sweetback’s Badasssss Song this past Feb­ru­ary, and prepar­ing to mash-up James Brown’s song­book for the Apol­lo Theater’s Salon Series lat­er this fall, Burnt […]

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The Refuge Project II: Advocacy against Domestic Violence through Music, Yoga and Art

The Refuge Project II: Advocacy against Domestic Violence through Music, Yoga and Art

Sun­day August 8, 2010 with The Cit­i­zens, Opti­mus Tribe, Carl Han­cock Rux, Matt Kane­los and Burnt Sug­ar the Arkestra Cham­ber.

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