Sunday May 28, 2023

05:30 PM - 8:00 am

A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix ft Marcus Machado w/ Juma Sultan Live | 5:30PM Show

Marcus Machado was named “Next Young Gun” by Rolling Stone Magazine in 2016 and since then he has not disappointed in becoming one of the most in demand young guitar players in the world both in the studio and on the road. Marcus recently has secured endorsement deals with D’Angelico Guitars, Beetronics, Tech 21 and D’Addario as well as performing on stage and/or in the studio with such contemporary luminaries as Anderson.Paak, Robert Glasper, Lalah Hathaway, Pete Rock, and Georgia Ann Muldrow.

In the last 2 years, Marcus has collaborated with Multiple Grammy Award Winner producer/keyboard player Robert Glasper on the music score for the Emmy Award winning SHO documentary ‘Apollo” and the NAACP Award winning documentary “Mr. Soul” which pays tribute to Ellis Hazlip and his groundbreaking early 70’s TV show “Mr. Soul.” The film was released in early 2021 and made it to the Oscars shortlist. Marcus collaborated with Lalah Hathaway and Robert Glasper on the film’s track title “Show Me Your Soul.”

Marcus also produced the film score for the critically acclaimed documentary “Contact High” which “spotlights the legendary photographers who have played critical roles in bringing hip-hop culture imagery onto the global stage.”

Soul Step Records released Marcus Machado’s LP “Blue Diamonds”  May 13. The first 2 singles “I Can’t Lose” featuring Jermaine Holmes (from D’Angelo’s Vanguard) and the funky instrumental “Dig” will both be featured as part of the soundtrack for the independent film festival award winning “Blue Diamonds” which Marcus has produced.

Marcus was also requested to perform the national anthem by both Madison Square Garden for the New York Knicks & Oracle Arena for the Golden State Warriors, both in front of sold out crowds of over 20,000 fans

For 2021 Marcus released a collaborative project with supergroup Th1rt3en feat. Pharoahe Monch, Daru Jones and Marcus Machado with a classic rock -hip hop album Called “ A Magnificent Day For An Exorcism” which charted at #5 on the charts on its first week release. Since then the group has continued to soar with hard hitting movie like videos from leading singles “Fight” & “Cult 45.” Also the group was featured on on the Stephen Colbert Show and NPR Tiny Desk Concert with a electrifying performances.

It didn’t stop for Marcus as he stepped out his own with his debut album “Aquarius Purple.” Since the release it’s been non-stop with raving reviews. The album was only released on vinyl, through Soul Step records and within 57 secs. The album sold out for the limited edition and the purple vinyl limited edition also sold out within an hour. “Aquarius Purple” is making its way for digital release on April 30th on all streaming platforms.

Marcus also has a production team called Mach 7 Muzik with his sister Vicky Casis. They have been on a hot streak since last summer in 2020 releasing 2 projects “Black Summer” and “Black Summer Again” which features an array of different hip-hop rappers from NYC. it didn’t stop for Mach 7 Muzik as they created QSTV, a bi-weekly show which features all creatives, artists, musicians to have a platform to showcase their talents through the pandemic. QSTV can be watched on Youtube, Twitch and Facebook. “As Buzz Music recently said ‘Marcus preferred sound does not stop with one genre.”



It was in New York that Juma forged the relationships that would cement his role in the world of music. He met Ali K. Abuwi with whom he co-formed the still active, free-form musical collective Aboriginal Music Society. His career in jazz was flourishing, as he was finding work on the Double Bass, percussion, and various woodwinds. Some of the musicians with whom he collaborated during this period include: Albert Ayler, Pharaoh Sanders, Sonny Sharrock, Archie Shepp, James “Blood” Ullmer, Dave Burell, Barry Altshult, and Sam Rivers.
It was in Woodstock in 1968 where Juma Sultan renewed his acquaintance with Jimi Hendrix. Their ongoing collaboration through the guitarist’s death in 1970 is documented on numerous Jimi Hendrix recordings, on the Dick Cavett television show, and other public appearances. Perhaps most famously, Juma Sultan was part of the Gypsy Sun and Rainbows band that backed Jimi Hendrix at the Woodstock festival.
Over the ensuing years, Juma Sultan has not stopped creating, having produced concerts, managed artists, and continuing to perform and record. He released “Father of Origin,” a box set of recordings from the Loft Jazz days as well as a cornucopia of content including a booklet of information and Juma’s ‘protest’ letter for the Newport Jazz Festival programming. He also released “Whispers from the Archive,” a double-album of music from his Aboriginal Music Society collective.


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Sunday May 28, 2023

5:30 pm - 8:00 am


Cover: TBD

Various Cover: $15 - $25

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