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ALICIA OLATUJA

2013-09-23
Showtime: 10:30PM
Doors Open at 9:45PM

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BAR TABLE
$10.00 $15.00




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Alicia Olatuja
FEATURING:
Alicia Olatuja, vocals
Jon Cowherd, piano
Michael Olatuja, bass
Ulysses Owens Jr., drums
David Rosenthal, guitar
Rasul A Salaam, vocals
Ayana George, vocals

Singer Alicia Olatuja wowed everyone at Barack Obama's presidential inauguration with her solo during the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir’s performance of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” She’s already earned raves from the New York Daily News and on the View, and with the Choir’s single just released on iTunes, and a single about to be released on March 5 from Alicia’s own forthcoming CD, things are only looking up for her career.



Alicia Olatuja’s reputation has been growing since her arrival in New York in 2005. Last year, the New York Times praised her performance with her husband, bassist Michael Olatuja, in their band The Olatuja Project, lauding her “strong, lustrous tone.” The Olatuja Project, where Alicia sings in various African dialects such as Yoruba and Showna, recently released their debut album, the Promise.



Alicia has sung with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir since 2007, often performs as a soloist with the Juilliard Jazz ensemble, and has sung with various recording artists such as Christian McBride, Chaka Khan and Bebe Winans. She has been working on an upcoming solo album, on which she will be joined by such acclaimed jazz artists as 3-time Grammy©-Award winner McBride and husband Michael Olatuja (both on bass), Jon Cowherd and two-time Grammy ©-nominee Christian Sands (both on piano), Grégoire Maret on harmonica, Ulysses Owens, Jr., on drums and David Rosenthal on guitar. The CD, titled Timeless, is slated for release in June of this year, with a single, “In the Dark”, to be released on March 5th.

Alicia Olatuja is also a voice teacher, a vocal producer, and teaching artist for the Brooklyn Arts Council.

 

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