Sandra Antongiorgi w/ESSO AfroJam, Pecados de Maria &Cqqchifruit
6:00 PM18:00

Sandra Antongiorgi w/ESSO AfroJam, Pecados de Maria &Cqqchifruit

Sandra Antongiorgi LIVE featuring guests ESSO AfroJam Funkbeat, Los Pecados de Maria & DJ Cqqchifruit. Join us for a night of Neo-Latin Soul, Latin Roots Rock, Latin Alternative and so much more beautiful energy. 

A special Maví & Rum cocktail will also be sold and proceeds from the sales of the cocktail will go to the ongoing Hurricane Maria fundraising efforts of City Winery to help rebuild Puerto Rico's farmlands destroyed by the hurricane. #solidarity 

General admission. This is a seated event.

Doors open at 5pm.
Showtime: 6:30pm

Advance tickets online or at the Box office: $22
Tickets at Door: $25

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1:30 PM13:30

¡Esso Afrojam Funkbeat / Local Motive

FREE SHOW // 21+ // 1366 N MILWAUKEE

¡ESSO Afrojam Funkbeat
¡ESSO! Afrojam Funkbeat is a dynamic musical ensemble formed in Chicago in 2013. They perform a variety of roots rock inspired dance music from North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean Islands. The ethnically diverse musicians establish energizing polyrhythmic grooves and combine biting twang guitars, thumping bass, with the strength of brass horns, group singing, and urban poetry. Inspired by Chicago's soulful blues, jazzy house, and global fusion heavyweights, the group deliver their performances with purpose and verve; unifying listeners through sound and dance. 
¡ESSO! was awarded "Best New Band," and "Best World/International Music Act" by the Chicago Reader's Poll in 2016. Back from their first festival dates in México and a national tour across the US in the Summer of 2017, ESSO released their sophomore studio album "Juntos" on all platforms to critical acclaim nationwide.

Local Motive
As a followup to their debut 4-song EP, “Superconductors,” this new album captures the electric energy of a Local Motive performance, bursting with lyrical messages, irresistible soulful melodies, and the spirit of old-school rhythm & blues. The “Grams” LP is bookended by “Twig” & "Symbiosis" to begin & end on a hopeful note, lyrically & musically, but the album also delves into darker tones, commenting on universal struggles of identity on tracks like “Killer” & “High Life.”
Influences of soul legends are apparent in both the singing of Chilean vocalist, Daniella Rojas & Chicago-native, Mike Vinopal, along with their contemporaries like Alabama Shakes, The Black Keys, & Gary Clark Jr. This powerful new record from Local Motive is a fully-realized statement of new songs from the band that flows from start to finish, with loads of hooks that you’ll be whistling to yourself the next morning.

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