HW At Ginny’s Supper In Harlem


RhythmAndSoulRadio.com & Harlem World  Magazine Present “Music is Life” Starring Wes Felton

Wes Felton (aka W. Ellington Felton) is the son of jazz pianist Hilton Felton; music is in his veins. He’s a real talented brother, a Renaissance cat, who paints, writes, does books, and is extremely prolific. He’s recorded over 20 projects in the last 3 years and has just released his latest CD “Imagine The Future” to rave reviews. Wes Felton is using every weapon in his arsenal to resuscitate soul music. Crowned “the future folk-soul hero” by Complex Magazine, Wes Felton’s resume runs deep with collaborations with Meshell Ndegeocello, Raheem DeVaughn, Eric Roberson,UK Soul Icon Omar, Chris Rock, and Prince Paul, among many others.Wes Felton is the embodiment of MUSIC IS LIFE!Doors at 7 pm; Artist Q&A hosted by Harlem World Magazine at 8 pm; Showtime at 8:30 pm

Admission $10 in advance/$15 Day of Show. Purchase advance tickets in person at Red Rooster Restaurant/Ginny’s Supper Club or online at Ginnyssupperclub.com

Tickets purchased via Ginnyssupperclub.com/Ticketfly are for standing room only. If you would also like dinner reservations please call Ginny’s Supper Club at (212) 421-3821.

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