The Brooklyn-based “hardcore-soul” performer stops off in Richmond for a special five-piece acoustic set.
Richmond is the second stop on her “Black Bottom Revue” North East tour, her very first tour of the United States.
From her website:
Her first full-length release, Black Bottom, packs an even harder punch as audiences are invited to gaze deeper into the recesses of this urban warrior’s mind. Her tales of revolution and love may seem contradictory, but these two worlds are inextricably linked by the powerful artist who grasps for the truth in both ideals…One thing to remember with Tamar-kali’s sound is, as with any good piece of drama, there’s a twist. Nothing is exactly as it appears to be and the thrill of the unexpected makes her music all the more necessary.
You can watch a video of Tamar-Kali discussing the “Black Bottom Revue” tour below:
There are also songs you can listen to for free on her website here.
Globehopper Coffeeehouse & Lounge is located at 2100 East Main Street.
Photo courtesy of: Tamar-kali