RhythmAndSoulRadio.com presents The Rendezvous. One of NYC’s hottest and longest running events featuring live performances from independent artists.
Join us on Monday, February 24th and enjoy special live performances from
M.C./Singer Ida Divine
A native of Staten Island, NY, LaQuana Thompson, aka Ida Divine, grew up watching mob movies with her father and hanging out with one of her best friends who is the sister of one of the members of the Wu Tang Clan. With Hip Hop as her baby sitter; rapping, singing, and creating lyrics was as natural as hopscotch and jacks. Extremely shy as a child no one knew about the lyrical gifts she possessed.
While on a cruise ship, LaQuana became overwhelmed with excitement and decided to get up and sing karaoke. She impressed the crowd so much with her singing that she took home the trophy that night for best performance. The shy spell was broken. Her passion for singing and performing was ignited and she returned home to begin pursuing that passion with every free minute she had.
Multi-Dimensional Entertainer Shawn Cornelius
Originally from Queens NY Shawn Cornelius is a multi-talented artist that has been entertaining people around the world for almost 20yrs
Shawn is most readily known as a comedian nicknamed “The Romantic Funnyman”. He is also an actor , musician , independent recording artist , author and radio show host and producer of The Comedy Spillage The Radio Show that airs on ryhthmandsoulradio.com presented by Bonnerfied Ent in association with Only1neSon Ent.
Shawn released his first solo 7 song ep in 2013 called A Romantic Journey in which he wrote/co-wrote or arranged 6 out of the 7 songs.
That Ah Ha Moment is the first released single that has aired on several shows on rhythmandsoulradio.com over the past year. This performance will mark his singing debut in Harlem NY since the days with his group Chapter 1ne at the world renowned Blue Note and Sweetwaters.
and Singer/Songwriter Chaquis Maliq
Singer, Songwriter, and producer are just some of the labels to describe Chaquis Maliq (Shuh-Kees Mah-Leek). Representing the new breed of women artists taking ownership of their musical paths by leading the songwriting and production of their musical creations, Chaquis Maliq is redefining the playing field as a multi-talented creator.
Highlights in her burgeoning career includes 2012 RAW Artist Baltimore Musician of the Year Nomination, her first place award in 2008 for vocal excellence in a showcase sponsored by the National Association for Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME). And, in 2009, she received media attention as the sole performance artist to be featured in coverage of the Captial Hip Hop Soul Fest on NationalGeographic.com, the web platform for the international publication National Geographic. Maliq also performed at MusikFest & ArtsQuest-Bethlehem, PA, The FAF-Woodbury, NJ, The National Cherry Blossom Festival-Washington D.C., the Black Family Reunion-Washington D.C., the International Soul Summit in Atlanta, GA and more.
All artists are backed by The Rendezvous House Band, The Uptown Trio!
Your Hostess/”Experience Weaver” for the evening is MamaSoul from The Musical Pathways Radio Show heard on RhythmAndSoulRadio.com
Plus music from DJ BREEZE, heard on RhythmAndSoulRadio.com.
We always aim to turn a Monday into a Friday at The Rendezvous so if you’re in the NYC area you have to join us and enjoy great music, cool people, good food & drink and good times!
The Rendezvous as always takes place at Shrine World Music Venue at 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd. bet. 133rd & 134th Street in Harlem, NYC. Admission is $10.00. Doors open at 7PM. Performances begin at 8PM!
You can purchase advance tickets and guarantee yourself a seat by clicking the flyer above or clicking here
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