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The Palmer Squares w/ Adrienne Mack-Davis and Green Lion Crew

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The Palmer Squares
w/ Adrienne Mack-Davis (of New Fame) with The Bulkheads, and Green Lion Crew
Friday, October 22
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
$15 Member / $18 Advance / $20 Day of show
All ages / Standing

About The Palmer Squares:

We’ve been good friends since elementary school and began rapping together in high started out as a joke but now the joke’s on us because we do this for a living.
 We’ve had the privilege of collaborating with a number of artists over the years, including: Merkules, ProbCause, Saba, Umphrey’s McGee, UBI of Ces CRU and Wax...we’ve also reached the Top 20 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts, headlined a 50-date North American tour, played at SXSW, Somerset and Summer Camp Music Festivals, as well as direct support for the likes of Action Bronson, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Slum Village, Kool Keith, Gift of Gab, People Under The Stairs and Del the Funky Homosapien, among others.
 Not bad for a couple of Squares.

About Adrienne Mack-Davis:

Originally from upstate NY this classically trained opera singer has developed an amazing fusion of hip-hop, soul, dancehall and pop music. Graduating from the group project New Fame she has ended their Perpetual Tour and is re-entering the world as a solo artist. Backing her up for the evening is wildly popular local funk band comprising of drums, sax, keys, bass, and guitar. Adrienne, as half of NF, has opened up for KRS-One, Styles P, Akrobatik and more as she has toured nationally and internationally.

About Green Lion Crew:

From an early age, Green Lion Crew’s Zeke Stern and Dana Knowles became students of the sounds of Caribbean Culture. Drawing from a diverse musical blend of reggae, dancehall, electronic, and hip hop, they have become tastemakers and well respected producers in the modern reggae scene. Recognizing talent early on and not following hype has enabled them to help support the rise of artists like Collie Buddz, Kabaka Pyramid, Chronixx, Jesse Royal, and Dre Island. In 2019, Green Lion started working with Ineffable Records. Their first release with the label “Be Still” was released to great critical acclaim and it reached to #6 on the Billboard Reggae Charts. Green Lion Crew’s listeners continue to rise on Spotify as their single “Keep Blazin’” with Roe Summerz led to a 91% increase in listeners in one month. Productions with Collie Buddz, Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Beenie Man, and Akae Beka among others have proven that Green Lion Crew can bring an effective, fresh approach to the table while showing respect to the original sound. Green Lion produced the track “Lyrics Deity” on Kabaka Pyramid’s album “Kontraband” which was executive produced by Damian Marley and released on his label Ghetto Youths International. Green Lion’s original productions have been heard on ESPN, Vice TV and X-Games while earning support from tropical-pop tastemakers Walshy Fire of Major Lazer and David Rodigan from BBC 1xtra.


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