More About November 2nd and The Crocodile Cafe

Burnt Sugar at the Crocodile CafeThe 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