Saturday, Oct. 5th at 9:00 pm
Project Pat. Patrick Earl Houston (born February 8, 1973), better known by his stage name Project Pat is an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee. He is the older brother of Juicy J, the co-founder of Three 6 Mafia.
Of the many hardcore rappers to emerge from Memphis during the late '90s, Project Pat stood tall amid his peers. His affiliation with the Three 6 Mafia collective introduced him to many listeners, especially after he was featured on the group's hit song "Sippin' on Some Syrup" in 2000. Yet Project Pat (born Patrick Houston, brother of Three 6 Mafia founder Juicy J) made his mark on much of America with a hit song of his own a year later, "Chickenhead." The song -- which features production by Juicy J and DJ Paul along with vocals by La' Chat -- became a Dirty South anthem in 2001 and propelled Pat's third album, Mista Don't Play: Everythangs Workin, into the Top Five.
Friday, Oct. 4th at 9:00 pm
Since moving to Los Angeles in 2014 at just 17, the singer, songwriter, and producer went from couch surfing to headlining sold out gigs and averaging 439K monthly listeners on Spotify by January 2018. His rise can be credited to a signature “cinematic” style, encompassing pop, punk, hip-hop, and folk and nodding to influences as diverse as David Lynch, Danzig, Morrissey, and Watchmen. In 2015, he unassumingly attracted a burgeoning and fervent fan base following the upload of his first single “Memories.” The song went on to receive a high-profile remix featuring A$AP Ant and Jesse Rutherford of The Neighbourhood as Goody embarked on the “Park Tour” with gnash, performing in public parks for free up and down the West Coast.
Nedy (Featuring the Memphis Black Arts Alliance)
Thursday, Oct. 10th at 9:00 pm
In 2012, Nedy released her first EP titled, Got Music and performed in venues such as The House of Blues in LA, Howl at the Moon, and The Red Room. Nedy made her first radio debut in Burbank on Mickey's Maximum Exposure Radio.
In July 2017, Nedy released her single titled, "All Coming Down" which was put on rotation on Napa Valley's 99.3 The Vine FM and 89.5 Ozcat Radio FM. That same year Nedy was first published in Loverz Magazine. In June 2018, Nedy released her EP, Through the Fire. Her single and EP was put on rotation the week of her release and Nedy was named "Artist of the Week" on 99.3FM The Vine, shortly after.
Sunday, Oct. 13th at 9:00 pm
Darrell “YungVeli” Chambers, formerly Yung D, grew up in the streets of North Memphis, where at the age of 5 he found a love for poetry, rhyming to anyone who would listen. He took this love for poetry and turned it into a career, as he released several singles under “Yung D” and his 2006 Memphis Anthem “Certified”, which graced larger markets with radio play. He then went on to sign with Hypnotized Mindz, and co wrote “Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)”, Three 6 Mafia’s biggest to date single, making it to number one song in the country on charts, which he appeared in and performed on tour. Veli has worked and performed with some of the greatest hip hop artists such as 8 Ball and MJG, Three 6, Project Pat, Lil Flip, Lil Boosie, Yung Buck, Yo Gotti, Piles and many more, earning respect in the hip hop community, and cementing his place in the Memphis Music Industry.
Tori Who Dat
Saturday, Oct. 12th at 9:00 pm
Tori WhoDat has rightfully earned the respect of the Memphis music scene as an authentic artist who is truly paving her own lane. After being deemed the outcast of a religious, blue collar home, she committed to embracing her true self and inspiring the same from others. Going against the grain has presented challenges, but Tori has remained resilient in pursuit of her purpose and continued to create along her journey.
Sunday, Oct. 13th at 8:15 pm
Dame Hossana is an American born songwriter/Artist/ that hails from Memphis, Tennessee. He has performed with the likes of Floetry, 2Chainz, Jim Jones, Slim from 112 and Rocko to name a few. Hossana was quoted as saying "my music deals with battles with the spirit and flesh". Dame's songwriting has promising abilities and has been cited as being second to none. His fashion, lyrics, and songwriting skills are for sure to make him a household name for years to come.
Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:00 pm
GABBEATS, a.k.a. Gabby X, is an artist, producer, songwriter, and audio engineer from Memphis, Tennessee with an eclectic original style that pulls from house, R&B, jazz, vaporwave, and hip-hop influences. She makes deeply soulful tracks that have the power to heal and empower her fans as well as entertain them. Her debut EP will drop in November of 2019 and will showcase her ability to transmit strong emotions that range from sentimentality to pure bliss. Her sound is bass-heavy and rhythmic but also features a finely-honed melodic sense and a spacious production technique that set her apart from any other artist working today.
Friday, Oct. 11th at 7:30 pm
The Smokin’ Jays are an eclectic stew of funk and psych rock mixed with blues and hip hop, and have played all across the Memphis bar scene since 2018 delighting fans as they go. This quirky quartet has a combined 75 years experience and two music degrees amongst them, featuring Jeff Pruitt, songwriter/ guitarist Todd Simms, keyboardist, Jason Vawter, drummer, and Chuck Sullivan, bassist.
Slimjay Da Plug
Sunday, Oct. 13th at 7:45 pm
Slim Jay, a Memphis Rapper energized on the scene in late 2016. His unique rapping style is getting him notoriety from some of the top producers that’s already on the scene. Check out Slim Jay’s mixtape “Money Talk Volume 1” on Spinrilla.com, his videos (“Diddy Bae” and “Basics”)on YouTube and on his social sites Datniggaslimj on instagram,Slim jayy99 On Twitter and Slim Jay on Facebook.
Slim Jay’s music can be heard on SoundCloud, Audiomack, Tidal, Spotify and Apple Music.
Slim Jay has performed at Africa in April in Memphis Tennessee, Juneteenth, and VLive, just to name a few.
Sunday, Oct. 13th at 6:45 pm
Frederick Feild IV, better know by his stage name F.O.E., is an aberration. In his own words “Simplicity is a complexity”. He resolves this statement through his life,lyrics and allegorical name, which is an acronym for Failure Over Ego. “I believe it is better to attempt something and fail than to not try because of fear” says the Memphis,TN lyricist who has spent his adolescence into adulthood cultivating his multifarious flows and cadences.
Marc Brown Presents #BluffCitySoul
ft. Keesha Danielle and Jazmin Akea
Tuesday, Oct. 8th 7:00pm
Promoter Marc Brown (Memphis, LA) is bringing a showcase of Memphis Soul artists with #BluffCItySoul. Jazmin Akea, Tifii, Teven, NJ3 and Keesha Danielle take the stage in one electrical evening to bring the night to a soulful sway. Featuring Memphis Only artists and that sound only the Bluff City can bring, this one is an event you don't want to miss.
Thursday, Oct. 10th at 7:15 pm
N-tro is a boy R & B Hip Hop group that started 2017 in Memphis Tennessee. Members are Keshun Hogan 13 years old.( Ghost) , KeVon Hogan 13 years old (K.O) Anthony Blackshaw 12 years old (Lil A. Matthew Harris 14 years old (young Matt) joined forces with N-tro in 2019 after meeting at a premiere event . Shortly after they met with Ceo Miami Mike from Palm Tree Entertainment to further their careers. They are currently promoting their new single Falling For You . Opening performance at the Juneteenth concert in Russellville Arkansas for iheart Memphis and The Cee Cee Show . Young Dolph invited them to perform at Douglas Park back to school Concert 8/2019. They will be headlining at The Kids Explosion Event for Cancer Kids and Alopecia 9/21/2019. Video is set to be shot 9/22/2019.
Friday, Oct. 5th at 7:30 pm &
Saturday, Oct. 12th at 8:15 pm
Consisting of U901 frontmen Blackheartsage & Star Samo, Memphis based [SAMOSAGE] puts a new take on hip-hop, blending sharp and intricate lyrics with elegant melodies & gritty southern spirit. Trailblazing through the resurgence of Memphis as a mecca of hip-hop culture, the alternative duo brings the essence of artistic experiences to the face of the new age. By way of various genres and elements, [SAMOSAGE] serves as a voice for the times and beyond. Their strength lies in individuality, making their own music without compromise. This unique honing of versatility has landed them on stage with the likes of Project Pat, Negro Terror, Fiend, Marco Pavé, Mickey Factz, & Chinese Connection Dub Embassy, among others.
Friday, Oct. 4th at 8:00 pm
RobenX is a music artist, model, anti-bullying advocate and albinism advocate. He boldly stands in the forefront to help others recognize how their actions impact others. Everyone deserves to be respected and uniqueness should be embraced not objectified and ridiculed.
Roben X has been blessed to share his mission on several stages and in media. In 2018, he traveled to Geneva, Switzerland to speak and perform at the United Nations during their Human Rights Day Celebration. He has received special recognition from the Mayor of Memphis, Jim Strickland, for his Albinism Advocacy. Roben X has also been applauded as a Human Right Champion by Stand Up for Human Rights. He is currently forming partnerships with the United Nations and other nonprofits to spread his message of treating others with dignity and respect across the globe. Roben X loves to engage with fans whether it's through words or songs. His music is the place where hip hop and rock meet with infectious beats and meaningful lyrics that make people feel good about who they are.
Robdarius once questioned why he was born and why God made him this way. Roben X allowed him to answer those questions, "I was born to speak out against bullying, build awareness about albinism, and share my love for music with the world!”
Saturday, Oct. 5th at 6:00pm
DeVonte James Robinson, also known by the stage name of Tay Rob, was born in Ft. Irwin, California but shortly after moved to Ft. Knox, Kentucky and then to Memphis, Tennessee where he currently resides. Now at age 23, he started writing music in high school, but did not start recording music until 2016. With his non vulgar and clean style of rap, along with witty wordplay and lyricism, Tay Rob sets himself apart from other artists.
Tuesday, Oct. 8th at 8:15 pm
Jiggy is an artist, community activist, songwriter & engineer born and raised to the Bluff City.
During the summer of 2019 Jiggy took to the radio in his hometown as 101.9 KissFM’s
#NewBeeOnline in which he obtained & defended his “Champion” title for 5 consecutive weeks
with his latest single “Tings” before retiring into the #NewBeeOnlineHallOfFame.
Following a recent successful performance at the Carolina Watershed, Jiggy’s music, unique
marketing & branding has proven him to be one of Memphis’ most promising rising artists &
performers to watch.
Wednesday, Oct.. 9th at 9:00 pm
Reframe attempts to combine the power and aggression of hard rock and metal with the sophistication of Progressive Rock and Fusion while still writing catchy melodies. The Reaching Revery album tells a compelling story of great loss and redemption and the journey to reach that dream we all have for ourselves, to be something greater than what we started as.
ReFrame brings a bold energy to the stage adding improv and humor to music they is very composed and densely layered creating for some very intriguing performances. Be sure to catch them on stage near you.
Ed Johnson: Bass/Vocals, Joe Murphy: Vocals. Elijah Quinn Knight: Drums/Vocals. Drew McFarlane: Keyboards/Vocals . David L. J. George: Guitars/Keys/Vocals, Phil Berger: Guitar/Vocals
Pharoah Da Goat
Tuesday, Oct. 8th at 9:00 pm
Pharaoh Da Goat -Anthony LaVelle Johnson(born May 31, 2001) is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born and raised in Memphis Tn.Pharaoh initially gained recognition as a rapper following the release of his debut E.P, Heartless Hustle, in early 2019. Intent on further pursuing a solo career as a rapper, he went on to release an additional E.P, Tomb Raider, only months later , he is currently unsigned and has intent on staying independent
Friday, Oct. 11th at 8:15 pm
Mama Honey is taking the Memphis music scene by storm with the release of their 1st ep, Punk Blues. With a blend of sticky sweet blues, and the raw power of rock and punk, the honeys have created a sound that is both unique and reminiscent of the "down home" blues Memphis is synonymous for. All hailing from the bluff city, Tamar Love's vocals soar above her energetic guitar riffs while the rhythm section, Fields Falcone, bass, and David McNinch, drums, incorporate harmonic grooves and melodic undertones. Mama Honey has quickly become the talk of the town and one to watch out for. For more information, visit MamaHoneyMemphis.com, or mamahoneymemphis on Facebook and Instagram.
Thursday, Oct. 10th at 8:00 pm
We started our group on September 22nd 2016 with horn section and a guitar. Now, we have a full band with keys, vocals, horns, guitar, bass, strings, and more. We play a range of music from jazz to soul and hip hop to R&B. Our band consist of some various personalities that mold well with producing good quality music. We are the full package that you need to light up your crowd.
Friday, Oct. 11th at 9:15 pm
Hailing from Memphis, Joybomb comes in hot and sharp, wasting no time getting you on your feet. With their own brand of alt punk/power pop, this trio dishes out clever and curious hook after hook. With a stiff upper lip and hearts of gold, Joybomb is a sonic kick in the chest and an intriguing dinner guest to boot. Get some!
Wednesday, Oct. 9th at 7:45 pm
Terrance Love is a native Memphian who hails from a musical family. His studious attention to detail allowed him to start training his ear and voice as his love for music grew his interest and passion. His talent has opened doors to American Idol, performances for Africa in April, talent showcases, the All Black Mayors’ Conference, and numerous talent showcases. Terrance Love has worked with a number of musical artists with his most time spent with Master P while in the singing group Image IV.
Terrance became a solo artist releasing the album The Love Story and his EP Mixed Emotions. His newest release Won’t Stop along with his other work can be found on all digital outlets.
Friday, Oct. 11th at 6:45 pm
Wallace Leopard makes music out of the spare room at his house where he flaunts a "studio" composed of two microphones, an audiobox, and a laptop. He played with local band Tigerlake from sixth to ninth grade until the band members split up for college. Wallace is now finishing up highschool and trying to make as much 'weird shit' as he possibly can before having to buckle down and become an office goon. Music is about therapy and we could all use a shit ton of that, and thats all Wallace is really trying to do, spread some kind of sanity out of a mind and world born from insanity.
Saturday, Oct. 5th at 6:45 pm
Crossover artist, Michael Edwards’ (whose signature musical style combines the nostalgia of classic R&B, with the modern glamour of hip hop and rock to award winning results) was nominated three times for the Bobby Womack R&B Artist of the Year for the SCM Knockdown Awards, competed in and won numerous Mid-South talent shows, and lent his unique musical talents to several esteemed Black History Programs. Currently, Michael is working on a solo album,
Saturday, Oct. 5th at 8:15 pm
Saturday, Oct. 5th at 7:00 pm
Lady Ghost (Shamika Hines) started making music when she was just 12 yrs old watching her older cousin's write songs and record. In 2006 she went to Tennessee State University and competed in many talent show, an in 2015 started doing show cases. She has perfromed professionally at many locations around Memphis such as Pure Passion, Heights Lounge, Coast to Coast, Hard Rock Cafe and Rumba Room. She is currently working on her first EP.