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Floxy Bee - Queen Of Hikosso Music at Joe's Pub

Where

Joe's Pub
425 Lafayette Street
New York, NY
212-539-8778

When

Sat, August 19, 2017
9:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-08-19 9:30 pm 2017-08-19 Floxy Bee - Queen Of Hikosso Music at Joe's Pub Rare NYC Appearance!

General Info: 212.539.8500
Tickets by phone: 212.967.7555

Celebrate the music of Africa, the culture of Africa and the women of Africa when Chief Floxy Bee, the Queen of Hikosso Music, arguably Nigeria's finest singer, comes with her band to Joe's Pub. African music, rhythm and dance have traditionally bridged the seen and unseen worlds. Experience stunning vocals, pulsing rhythms, neo-traditional Yoruba, highlife, afrobeat and all the sounds of Africa. Culture you can dance to. The Village Voice's Robert Christgau writes her "indigenous-charismatic style, which sounds nothing like Western hymnody and everything like Nigeria".

"West Africa's happiest pop sound" - Elijah Wald, Boston Globe

New CD - "Kabiyesioo"
Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette Street false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$25

Musicians

Floxy Bee
Floxy Bee
vocalist

About

Rare NYC Appearance!

General Info: 212.539.8500
Tickets by phone: 212.967.7555

Celebrate the music of Africa, the culture of Africa and the women of Africa when Chief Floxy Bee, the Queen of Hikosso Music, arguably Nigeria's finest singer, comes with her band to Joe's Pub. African music, rhythm and dance have traditionally bridged the seen and unseen worlds. Experience stunning vocals, pulsing rhythms, neo-traditional Yoruba, highlife, afrobeat and all the sounds of Africa. Culture you can dance to. The Village Voice's Robert Christgau writes her "indigenous-charismatic style, which sounds nothing like Western hymnody and everything like Nigeria"....

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Scott H. Thompson uploaded this event on July 12, 2017

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