Part of: Carnegie Hall Citywide
Les Grands Hurleurs
·· Nicolas Pellerin, Fiddle, Feet, and Lead Vocals
·· Simon Lepage, Bass and Vocals
·· Stéphane Tellier, Guitar, Mandolin, and Vocals
·· Jordan Officer, Guitars and Vocals
·· Jesse Murphy, Bass
·· Tony Mason, Drums
Ismael & The Radiant Select
·· Ismael Kouyaté, Band Leader, Vocals, and Dance
·· Matthew Albeck, Guitar
·· Baba Kone, Guitar
·· Greg Gonzalez, Drums
·· Ran Livneh, Bass
·· Abdoulaye Toure, Djembe
·· Marc Blaustein, Congas
·· Micha Gilad, Keyboard
·· Poundo Gomis, Vocals and Dance
·· Electra Weston, Vocals and Dance
·· Boris “Tigre” Nelson Torres Guzman, Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals, and Band Leader-Founder
·· Cesar “Pocho” Augusto Urueta Figueroa, Drums, Backing Vocals, and Percussion
·· Josue “Shaka” Moreno Cabrera, MC, Lead Vocals, Dancer, and Rapper
·· Ruder “Chindo Angola” Pacheco Silva, Bass Guitar and Backing Vocals
·· Oscar Andres “Moniki” Gamboa Pena, Percussion, Keyboards, and Dance
The Campbell Brothers
·· Chuck Campbell, Pedal Steel Guitar
·· Darick Campbell, Lap Steel Guitar
·· Phillip Campbell, MIDI Guitar
·· Carlton Campbell, Drums
·· Denise Brown, Vocals
·· Daric Bennett, Bass
Experience the energy of a Québécois house party when Les Grands Hurleurs take the stage. The three musicians present the traditional music of their homeland, with traces of classical, gypsy music, and electronica. Since the trio’s founding in 2009, it has captivated audiences around the world, as well as in Canada, with memorable performances at Canada Day 2017 and the Canada Summer Games. Les Grands Hurleurs’ newest album, 3/4 Fort, showcases spectacular vocals and virtuoso fiddle, guitar, and mandolin playing.
Jordan Officer is a virtuoso jazz guitarist, composer, and singer who has wowed audiences in his native Montreal and throughout Canada. Now it’s time for the US to experience his unique jazz, blues, rock, and country music. Acclaimed for his collaborations with singer Susie Arioli, Officer has been enjoying a solo career that puts his songwriting front and center. Three Rivers, his recent album inspired by a road trip to the American South, is an irresistible blend of warm and witty songwriting and crisp guitar playing.
Ismael Kouyaté’s joyful and passionate music is rooted in Guinea, his West Africa homeland. Born to a family of griots (West African poet-musicians), his high-flying vocals and dancing catapulted an international career that led to a stirring appearance in the Broadway musical Fela!, a performance that caught the attention of Beyoncé, who enlisted him as a featured vocalist on her hit song “Grown Woman.” Kouyaté now fronts his own band, which blends the effervescent West African sound with the gritty funk of New York.
Tribu Baharú’s exuberant performances of champeta music—a fusion of Colombian, African, and Afro-Caribbean styles—are driven by lively vocals, sparkling Congolese guitar, and high-energy bass and drums. A Tribu Baharú performance recreates the joyous, impromptu spirit of the verbena dances that are popular in Colombian neighborhoods during holidays. With traces of soukous, zouk, calypso, soca, rap, and more, Tribu Baharú celebrates the colorful Colombian musical spectrum.
The Campbell Brothers’ brand of electrified, ecstatic music sets pulses racing and hands clapping. Led by the “sacred steel” guitar riffs of brothers Chuck (pedal steel) and Darick (lap steel), buoyed by a rhythm section that pumps out irresistible beats, and featuring the soaring vocals of Denise Brown, it’s gospel music with a rock and blues heart. Pure, passionate, and jumping with the energy, The Campbell Brothers have thrilled audiences for nearly two decades—come hear why.