CONCERT | CLUBS
General performances at concert halls and at other various clubs.
(June 14, 2014) SummerStage 2014 has launched a 50th Anniversary celebration of the iconic record label FANIA. The summer long commemoration is part of its annual city-wide outdoor concerts line-up.
(May 10, 2014) Lehman Center for the Performing Arts presented an evening with the brilliant song writer, guitarist and singer José Feliciano. The veteran artist was delightful and entertaining with his well-balanced repertoire of new and classic tunes. He was accompanied by a five-member band that included bass guitar, percussions, drums, and keyboards.
(March 1, 2014) Fever Records owner Sal Abbatiello packed the Lehman Center for the Performing Arts with his latest installation of “Forever Freestyle.” The concert featured performances by Sammy Zone, Fonda Rae, Lydia Lee Love, Nayobe, Safire, Lisa Lisa, Cynthia, Johnny O, TKA/K7, and Stevie B. Comedian Mark Viera provided the laughs with DJ Lucho, DJ 1st Class and DJ KYS providing the beats between acts.
(August 10, 2013) Fantastic turnout to celebrate Hip Hop’s 40th Born Day at SummerStage | Central Park. Congrats and may you all continue to Rock It, Don’t Stop It!
(July 2, 2013) The “King of Latin Soul” Joe Bataan brought his frenzy of classic hits to SummerStage 2013 | Soundview Park in the Bronx. Born and raised in Spanish Harlem (El Barrio, NYC), he is regarded as one of the key figures in the development of an urban musical style synonymous with the Nuyorican experience.
(December 23, 2011) “Hip Hop Legends and Fever Reunion” produced by Sal Abbatiello and Funkmaster Flex brought together a virtual “who’s who” of Old-School Hip Hop legends and pioneers both onstage and backstage.
(December 15, 2010) Spent a little time out on the town with my bro Louis Ramos Jr. before he headed back to NC. Worked the Bomba rhythms in the Bronx with Dr. Drum then took a spin to El Barrio for ¡Trulla Caliente!, featuring Bobby Sanabria. The group is Sanabria’s latest project for the holiday seasons. Their repertoire includes aguinaldo, seis chorreao, música jíbara and a bit of jazz, with appearances by spoken word artist Flaco Navaja. The music was outstanding and the company was golden. Safe journeys to all!
(May 22, 2009) South Korea didn’t know what to make of these boys from Seoul when they released their first album, Map of the Human Soul, in 2003. Consisting of Tablo (aka Supreme T), DJ Tukutz (aka Street T), and Mithra (no alias, just Mithra), the group needed just two short years to make a splash in the Korean music scene, winning Artist of the Year as their songs hit #1 on the charts.
Performance at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts. Valentine’s Day 2009