You may have seen him on Showtime at the Apollo, or somewhere in NYC performing to some music's hits and classics. Regardless where, John Streetz adds his fusion of blues, rock with a motown spin. You can hear the soul so well in his voice.
Catch him perform again at the Showtime at the Apoll - March 8th, 2018.
SINGER/SONGWRITER...shows and booking information contact streetz on facebook @John streetz
Call -(267) 229-4140
Bio: "We are native New Yorkers, but our family originates from Trinidad & Tobago. We are two sisters who love singing, acting, dancing, and performing. We both enjoy singing and dancing to upbeat pop songs and Christian worship music. We love comedy and making jokes, writing songs, and traveling. In our free time we love playing our guitar and piano. We are very passionate about our music and when we perform we hope to inspire others; especially disadvantaged children." (Source: Site)
While living in NYC has its pros and cons, seeing pop-up performances by talented unsigned artist is defintely a benefit. Like @MarleySings for example, singer from NYC. Even though we were unable to get a video, we were able to get a photo off before the train came. Fortunately, she's got fans, and more of her videos can be found online just follow her on social.
Performing with dancers on a NYC subway platform
This electrifying NYC street performing duo, sax player and drummer, can often be heard under the streets of NYC freestyling funky jazz sets that instantly get you movin’ to the beat, remniscent of that classic 90's hip hop feel, mixed in with a little bit of that contagious James Brown sound.
After the we recorded a set, which you can watch below, we asked for their name and the drummer replied Blue Funk Orchestra.
Someone please sign these guys.
Ceasar Passée, visionary, performing artist, musician, drummer, programmer, performing a Steel Drum cover of Hotline Bling by Drake, at Jay St. Metrotech Train Station, Brooklyn, NYC. ---
Jovan Jonson, composing smooth and chill vibes with his trombone and other mixers.
If you live in New York City, there may be a good chance you may run into Randy Kearse selling his books in the subway station.
Once deemed a menace to society by a judge who sentenced him to 15 years, Randy Kearse (author, motivational speaker, and entrepreneur) served 13 years, 6 months, and 2 days in federal prison. He returned home a new man with a new perspective, a fresh focus, and a strong determination to succeed. In a first book of its kinda, CHANGIN' YOUR GAMEPLAN is about the journey of change one MUST embark on in order to live a positive, productive, and successful life after prison. A no-holds-barred blueprint of how to succeed after one's street game plan fails and leads to incarceration. (Source: Goodreads)
Brad Bathgate - Poet from Harlem speaks reality through wit and observation. Definitely entertaining the way he forces you to see his stories through his eyes.
Aka 'Blue', Brad Bathgate is the author of "Corner Stores in the Middle of the Block," a collection of original poetry and short stories. In the spring of 2002, he was published in "Signifying Harlem," an anthology of poetry. He has performed at the Nuyorican Poet's Café, The Bowery Poetry Club, The Poets House and The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church in association with Cave Canem Poets. Blue performs at art galleries, museums, lounges, comedy clubs, colleges, universities and poetry venues in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Philadelphia and Baltimore, at times, walking away as open mic winner from the Nuyorican Poetry Café and Jimmy's Uptown Hottest Poets to name a few. (Source: Amazon)
In December 2005, he was featured in "The New York Daily News Paper" and they were quoted saying "His career is on the write track."
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