A night of new music with local orchestral pop group Sister Species and local folk and blues singer-songwriter Lena Elizabeth!
AFRICAN DIASPORA MUSIC SHOWCASE featuring Carolyne Naomi, Temezgen, and Amjet Kemet, curated by Lula Saleh
Rescheduled from the Global Roots Festival, East African Diaspora Artists Initiative founder Lula Saleh has curated a special night of free music from three local artists spanning various genres. Nigerian singer-songwriter, Carolyne Naomi, Eritrean American R&B artist and producer, Temezgen, and Sudanese American poet and hip-hop artist Amjet Kemet will share the stage for a noteworthy night of songs, beats, and spoken word.
The Cedar Stars (The Cedar Cultural Center's Youth Council) present a unique panel discussion at Brian Coyle Center, featuring Nigerian singer-songwriter, Carolyne Naomi Music, R&B and Alternative artist and producer, Temezgen, and poet and hip-hop artist Amjet Kemet.
Recorded under the name Novo Amor, Ali Lacey's music weaves together many exquisite strands, from gently picked acoustic guitars to subtle but moving strings. Still, no facet of Lacey's sound is more delicate than his soft, airy, fragile falsetto.
Originally from Boston, Gary Gulman has been a scholarship college football player, an accountant, and a high school teacher. Now he is one of the most popular touring comics and one of only a handful of comedians to perform on every single late-night talk show.
Originally from Boston, Gary Gulman has been a scholarship college football player, an accountant, and a high school teacher. Now he is one of the most popular touring comics and one of only a handful of comedians to perform on every single late-night talk show
Join Voices for Racial Justice for their 25th Anniversary celebration! Hosted by hip hop artist and board member Brother Ali, hear from a range of artists including Chastity Brown, The Lioness, and I Self Devine.
As The War and Treaty, Michael and Tanya Trotter serve up healing and pain robbing with freewheeling joy on their new full-length album, Healing Tide. Funky bass lines, keys, lap steel, acoustic strings, and stripped-down percussion create a swampy Southern soul bed for the couple’s transcendent vocals.
Part poetry, part lamentation, part book reading, part ribaldry, part concert, part lifting the mortal veil and learning the mysteries there. What would you call such a thing? Nights of Grief & Mystery.
Prairie Fire Lady Choir bring their vocally versatile 40-singer ensemble to The Cedar for a combined performance with hip-hop, R&B, and Neo-Soul-influenced singer, Sarah White.
Despite being a duo, Patrick and I have never played a show together as a two piece. For our Solo In Stereo Tour, we've decided to amend that. We have reimagined our songs for a more intimate setting, closer to the way they are written and demoed. The shows won't be acoustic, but they will be paired down. Join us, won't you?
Cole Escola brings his collection of femme personae to The Cedar for a night of comedy and wit. With work oft described as having an “impish” feeling or the markings of an “old-fashioned variety show”, his sketches have marked him as a positively, pervasive presence in the Manhattan alt-cabaret scene.
American alternative hip hop and indie rock band WHY?'s classic album Alopecia is receiving a deluxe reissue! 2018 marks the 10-year anniversary of this groundbreaking record.
Mountain Man, the folk trio of Amelia Meath (of Sylvan Esso), Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Molly Sarlé, return to The Cedar for the first time since 2012 touring behind their new album Magic Ship, a magnetic fourteen-song reflection on the joys, follies, and oddities of existence.