The nu-soul songstress makes her comeback
Born in Greenwich Village in the early '70s, Amel Larrieux got early exposure to the arts while living in the epicenter of Manhattan’s thriving scene. Her singing career took off when she formed one half of the '90s R&B group, Groove Theory, which quickly escalated her solo career. After a brief hiatus, the soulful chanteuse is back with a new album, Ice Cream Everyday, and it’s teeming with the same jazzy goodness we’ve come to know and love. Bonus: stick around after the show for a meet and greet with the artist. Sweet. General admission. This event is all ages. Seating in the venue is first come, first served. There is a full dinner menu available for extra cost and a $10 minimum per person for all tables.
"Her effortless vocals and thoughtful songwriting, coupled with Bryce Wilson’s production produced hit songs like 'Never Enough' and 'Tell Me.'"