Fri, November 8th

CEG & The Get Down Present Tortured Soul

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Doors 10PM
Show 10PM
Advance Price $20/ $25 Day of
Door Price $25

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CEG & The Get Down Present 
Tortured Soul
Dj Tony Touch & Manchildblack

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Dj Manchildblack (Hype Life Music) - Set time 9:30-10:30
As a recording artist, actor, impresario, DJ, tastemaker and entrepreneur, Manchildblack is this generation's true renaissance man. His mission-both clear and powerful-is now resonating with audiences around the world. "This is about more than me, it's about a movement, and I plan to be one of the leaders in the forefront of the change that's coming."
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Dj Tony Touch (Funkbox NYC) - Set time 10:30-12:00
Tony Touch, an icon in Hip Hop and in the Urban Hispanic genre plus seasoned player in the game, is a true innovator and has revolutionized the DJ game over and over. From his legendary mix tapes, to his skills on the 1's and 2's, he has become one of Hip Hop's most recognized DJ's. This C.E.O/Artist/Producer is now currently working on his 7th commercial release titled "The Piece Maker 3...Return of the 50 MC's" and is expected to make history once again
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Tortured Soul - Set time  12:00-1:30 (Live)

Influenced by the classic songcraft of Prince, Heatwave and Kool & The Gang, the members of Tortured Soul are three distinctive guys with three different backgrounds, united under a groove-centered rhythm. The band's frontman and principal songwriter, John-Christian Urich, can be seen simultaneously drumming and singing with effortless mastery, while the rest of the collective, made up of keyboardist Ethan White and bassist Jordan Scannella, virtuosically generate the pulsating accompaniment. Together, the new trio forged a new cool sound by blending the freewheeling New York house and classic disco beats with elements of hip-hop, salsa and Roy Ayers-styled jazz-fusion.

Today, their popularity continues to spread across intercontinental boundaries as their touring schedules broaden with every single measure. So far, the group has wowed audiences at some of the world's biggest music festivals, such as the Cape Town Jazz Festival, (South Africa), Java Jazz Festival (Indonesia), Detroit Electronic Music Festival (USA), Pukkelpop (Belgium), Big Chill Festival (UK) and Montreal International Jazz Festival (Canada). Touring abroad has not hindered them from making their bicoastal US rounds at Bonnaroo, Milwaukee's Summerfest and at popular live venues like Hollywood's Vanguard, Chicago's Double Door, Atlanta's Center Stage and Washington D.C.'s 930 Club. Their prowess has even won the praises of Barry Manilow and Lenny Kravitz.

In 2013, now a decade strong with a new EP in the works, a flirtatious lead single ("Dirty") and a new album on the horizon, the band is prepared to take Gilles Peterson's aforementioned prophecy to task. Topping things off, their commitment to hard work and travel has been left unfazed. They are focused to reach as many converts as possible - one tortured soul at a time.


"Tortured Soul is the future of house music." - Gilles Peterson