Tank and the Bangas have unveiled the particular visitors that will likely be becoming a member of their upcoming residency at Blue Be aware New York subsequent month. See the schedule under:
November 16: Tank and The Bangas w/ Terrace Martin & Chantae Cann
November 17: Tank and The Bangas w/ Terrace Martin & Chantae Cann
November 18: Tank and The Bangas w/ Rapsody
November 19: Tank and The Bangas w/ Rapsody & Amber Navran (of Moonchild)
There are two reveals an evening set for November 16, 17, 18, and 19. Units are schedule for 8PM and 10:30PM. Becoming a member of the band for the primary two nights will likely be Terrace Martin, a three-time GRAMMY-nominated artist/producer/multi-instrumentalist, in addition to Chantae Cann, a talented jazz/soul vocalist.
On the 18th, the band will likely be joined by Rapsody, an American rapper, identified for her collaborations with Erykah Badu and Talib Kweli. On the ultimate night time, Amber Navran, LA-based singer, producer, and woodwind participant, and 1/3 of the famend neo-soul trio Moonchild, will be a part of Tank and The Bangas and Rapsody.
The band will likely be performing songs from their third studio album, Crimson Balloon, which acquired a nomination for “Finest Progressive R&B Album” on the 2023 Grammy Awards. This milestone follows the band’s “Finest New Artist” nomination in 2020.
The 16-track album contains contributions from Massive Freedia, Alex Isley, Masego, Lalah Hathaway, Jacob Collier, Questlove, Trombone Shorty, Jamison Ross, The Ton3s, Georgia Anne Muldrow and Wayne Brady. The most recent work has advanced and pushes the band to a brand new stage, shedding gentle on their distinctive observations and songwriting reflecting on the ills of America, whereas additionally celebrating the fantastic thing about Black life.
Followers of the band will keep in mind Rapsody from the group’s remix of “Black Folks.” The artist was recruited for the brand new model alongside Kota the Pal, Orleans Massive, Dee-1, and Alex Isley.
Tank and The Bangas are Tarriona “Tank” Ball (lead vocals), Joshua Johnson (drums) and Norman Spence (keys).
Go to Tank and The Bangas’ official web site for extra data.