Everyday People x Summer Stage Bklyn
Brooklyn & all Boroughs! Join us at Herbert Von King Park on July 2nd from 7pm-9pm for a 2-hour dance party as Everyday People makes it debut at Summer Stage! Music by DJ Moma + two amazing live performances by Kamau, and Starchild & The New Romantic. FREE. ALL AGES.
SummerStage is the largest FREE performing arts festival in New York City. By presenting artists and genres that reflect the diverse cultures and communities in neighborhood parks across the five boroughs, we help to build new audiences and foster a broader interest in the arts. Shows are Rain or Shine,
Brooklyn based, Maryland raised singer, rapper and songwriter KAMAU possesses the ability to completely change our perception of what is considered popular music. KAMAU fuses a variety of life long musical, cultural, physical and emotional influences to create soundtracks to his life that speak of both his internal and external experiences as a young artist.
KAMAU - PreOrder Links for iTunes & Spotify:
iTunes - http://smarturl.it/AGorgeousFortune
Spotify - http://smarturl.it/StreamAGF
About Starchild & The New Romantic:
Bryndon Cook, known as Starchild and Starchild & the New Romantic, isn't the alien of the same nickname introduced on Parliament's fourth album, but the alternative R&B artist is somewhere down that creative bloodline, closer in relation to Prince, perhaps cousins with the likes of Sampha, and Kelela. A singer, songwriter, musician, and producer, Cook has been employed as a touring guitarist for Solange and has worked beside Patrick Wimberly (Chairlift), Dev Hynes, and Adam Bainbridge. In 2012, he released Night Music, a five-track EP, as a free download, and followed up with a handful of cuts scattered across the next couple years. In 2014, he uploaded the aching ballad "All My Lovers" and premiered its video on the website of The Fader. By the end of the year, he contributed "Relax" to the soundtrack for Dear White People. "All My Lovers" was given an official release the following year on Ghostly International, who issued Cook's first proper EP, Crucial, that March