Jazz in the Park Marks Sixth Show of the Fall Series
The People United for Armstrong Park (PUfAP) is happy to announce the sixth show of the fall season of the Jazz in the Park concert series, with an exciting lineup that includes Big Sam’s Funky Nation and Jamal Batiste. The show takes place on October 25, 2012, starting with Jamal Batiste at 5 PM, and Big Sam’s Funky Nation at 6:15 PM.
NAMM Show 2013 was great for the drummer/producer Jamal Batiste. He jammed with Leo Nocentelli, Bill Dickens, Stanton Moore, and Leddie Garcia at the annual NAMM Show Jam at The Mint in Los Angeles. He also met up with Grammy Award winning producer Darius “Deezle” Harrison, L’Angelus, and Stokely Williams of Mint Condition! Jamal Batiste’s music is continuing to move from coast to coast and around world!
The Saturday, November 24, 2012
Jazz / Blues
Jazz fashionable Batiste.
From a famous family of musicians and outstanding multi-instrumentalist, Russell Batiste joined the legendary funk band members of The Meters New Orleans, reformed in the late 90s and was even voted best player of the moment .
Heir to a long line of artists in a city forever marked by music, known by many other names such as musicians or Neville Brothers Family Marsalis, Russell Batiste is illustrated by its unusual instrumental mastery that hoisted as one of the greatest drummers of funky music.
With David Batiste, Russell Batiste, Jamal Batiste, Ryan Batiste, Damon J. Batiste
Visit Aulnay All Blues Festival
On Saturday 24 November 2012:
– Saturday from 21:00 to 23:00
– Full price: 22 €
– Reduced price: 19 €
– Up to 24 years: 10 €
– Holders, full price: 16 €
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Theatre Jacques Prevert aulnay On-Sous-Bois
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Theatre Jacques Prevert aulnay On-Sous-Bois
134 avenue Anatole France
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Tel: 01 48 66 49 90
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01 48 79 63 63
After evacuating from New Orleans due to Hurricane Isaac, Jamal Batiste traveled to Atlanta and was invited to be a special guest in The Drum Explosion at the Museum Bar. He shared the stage with well-known drummers such as JFly (Soul Train Awards & Tyler Perry movies), Lil John Roberts (Janet Jackson & The Mo’Nique Show), Joey Williams (Justin Bieber & New Edition), and other great musicians of Atlanta! He gave an outstanding performance that expanded his name and gained more fans and supporters. Now music from his album T.U.D. Just Jamal is in rotation on Atlanta’s radio station WCLK 91.9 FM! He’s on a rise y’all!
This event was really nice! Jamal Batiste had is electrifying band JAM-ALL kicking live in the historical Louis Armstrong Park! Performing their hit song “Just Do You”, the people were mesmerized and excited by this experience. Jamal Batiste has more music and performances with his band JAM-ALL to present to people all over the world. They’ll give Music For Your Soul! Stay tuned in.
JAM-ALL’s hit single made it to New Orleans Q93.3 FM radio and it’s playing on the 504 Radio show! We urge everyone to call in and request it to get in heavy rotation. (504)260-9393.
Jam-All Productions & NOSACONN teamed up with KCAP (Straight out of Durban, South Africa!)
Hello everyone! I hope all is well. Jam-All Productions & NOSACONN has teamed up to introduce KCAP (direct from Durban, South Africa/region of Kwa Zulu Natal Province) to New Orleans for Mardi Gras 2012. KCAP has performed in the Zulu Ball, Zulu Lundi Gras Festival, and the famous Zulu parade. They also went on Channel 4WWL, Fox 8, and traveled to diferent schools displaying their culture. Many people were receptive and enjoyed them. It was a great experience for all.
Hello everyone! Jam-All Pro. Managment Team wanted to update you on 2012 California tour of Jamal Batiste. He begun his tour in Anaheim performing in the NAMM Show 2012 on the John Lennon stage. Thousands of fans and supporters were enjoying his performance. He caught the attention of Grammy Award Winning producer/songwriter Teddy Riley! His next stop was in San Francisco performing at the Brick & Mortar Music Hall, which was a SOLD OUT show! Then he headed to Los Angeles to perform at The Mint along with Stanton Moore, Leo Nocentelli, Bill Dickens, and Bernie Worrell of P-Funk, which was a SOLD OUT show as well. While he was in Los Angeles, he met international comedian Sinbad, Boogie B., Mark Curry, Guy Torry, actress/singer Tichina Arnold, Queen Latifah, and Grammy Award Winning producer/drummer Nisan Stewart at Jamie Foxx’s club The Conga Room. He closed out his tour with an outstanding performance at the award winning internationally acclaim “supper club restaurant” & “live music venue” Anthology in San Diego! For more updates and upcoming tours tune in to www.jamallpro.com
Check out this new hit single “Just Do You” by this international electrifying band, Jam-All, straight out of New Orleans! This band is kickin hard with a funky soulful groove, fire intricate rhymes, and amazing, angelic vocals! Share this video with everyone you know ASAP!
Check out Jamal Batiste The Unorthodox Drummer kickin live at Evanston Space in Evanston/Chicago along with Grammy Award Winners Leo Nocentelli & Bill Dickens! Share this video with everyone you know ASAP. Also, you can follow on twitter.com/jamallpro! Spread the word! To everyone, thank you and God bless you. CLICK HERE
The drum set’s wonder boy continues his self-proclaimed unorthodoxy for the soul. Batiste writes music to make listening an experience that transcends the single genre album. Perhaps his dexterity of ambitious talent is this album’s watermark. Heavily hip-hop, his new effort Just Jamal is compartmental for anything from aged funk to Latin slides—he tucks it all in there in no particular order. The album is a grab bag with rather generic base synthesizer tracks, echoed angelic one-liner vocal blips, and a reminder that the movement of the lyrics is deeper than rap. Undisciplined as some of the individual definition of each track is, when he demands a moment of funk, he commands the entire funk in the room—sweet, hazy, aromatic basement funk at that. When he tells the guitar to riff, it familiarly burns the half-cab. His talent remains though the business of showcasing it in this album was more likely misplaced amongst the album’s shotgun vision. All in all, an album for the soul needing not just sounded notes and sewn melodies but an experience. —Charlie Puckett