The evening of November 2nd at the Crocodile Cafe will start at 8pm with the Black Rock Coalition’s Get Down Revue, the mighty, rhythm, blues & soul coalition, celebrating the 1947–1974 Atlantic Records box set recording artists such as Ruth Brown, Aretha Franklin, and Ray Charles. Launching the certified dance party will be Luqman Brown (musical director & emcee), Shelly Nicole (vocals), V. Jeffrey Smith (sax), Lewis ‘Flip’ Barnes (trumpet), Ben Tyree (guitar), Leon Gruenbaum (keys), Greg Gonzalez (drums), and Jared Michael Nickerson (bass).
After intermission, and included in your admission, at 10pm the Burnt Sugar Arkestra, with BRC co-founder & iconic Village Voice writer Greg Tate on board, will bring you up and through 1999 with their “caramelized” tribute to the late, beloved Prince!
One ticket … Two shows … leading to an untold amount of musical & dancing pleasure … so come on down, cause what happens in Seattle at the Croc, stays in Seattle at the Croc!
Here’s what Seattle’s The Stranger has to say about the show : The Stranger : https://www.thestranger.com/art-and-performance-fall-2017/2017/09/06/25394277/the-best-jazz-concerts-in-seattle-this-fall