Local 412 Throwback Event Puts the Hip in Hip-Hop @ GA/GI
According to Amber Epps, throwback is the word at Local 412 (4901 Penn Avenue), where the gallery owner and Bloomfield/Garield Corp's, Mainstreet Manager, is pulling out the stops to make her May 6th Unblurred at GA/GI an event that is--in 80's venacular-- "totally radical." During Unblurred, Epps' musical guests are (forgive us) blurring the beats and instrumentals of hip-hip artists from the 80's and 90's to produce a totally fresh point of views. And it's all going to be performed LIVE! In the recycling spirit of GA/GI, Epps wants to show that even with music there are opportunities to change something considered old and outdated by some, into something with a new millineum flavor.
Not a Hip Hop artist? Epps says she has Karoke, too. "We're offering the hottest songs from the 80's and 90's. You'll want to hop on stage to impress your friends and new-found fans with your vocal abilities."
The doors open at 7 and performances start promptly at 8 pm.This event is for all ages. Cover charge of $10 includes complementary drinks. Those wanting to perform should contact Amber Epps at firstname.lastname@example.org /Like them on Facebook