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Meshell Ndegeocello

Meshell Ndegeocello

Mar 18th 2018 @ The WorkPlay Theatre

Birmingham, AL
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About Meshell Ndegeocello
Genres:
Funk, R&b/soul, Soul, Rnb-soul

New album 'Ventriloquism' out March 16. Stream the first single "Tender Love" now: https://meshellndegeocello.lnk.to/VentriloquismALL
Sunday, March 18th, 2018
8:00 PM
The WorkPlay Theatre
500 23rd Street South, Birmingham, AL 35233
20 RSVPs
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About Meshell Ndegeocello
Genres:
Funk, R&b/soul, Soul, Rnb-soul

New album 'Ventriloquism' out March 16. Stream the first single "Tender Love" now: https://meshellndegeocello.lnk.to/VentriloquismALL
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Fan Live Reviews
Danielle
New York, NY@
Nublu 151
January 15th 2019
Meshell is one with her music. I was moved to tears as she played songs that had carried me through so many memories and hardships over these 20 years. She has brought such joy to my soul & I am grateful to have her music in my life. Thank you, Meshell.
December 18th 2018
I throughly enjoyed it. It was first time seeing her and I was pleasantly surprised at the theme of the concert. I only wished I could have heard some of her previous songs
December 18th 2018
Had no idea what to expect but as totally blown away by the show which had the makeup of a performance suited for a smaller more intimate venue but went over very well at The Kennedy Center! It didn’t hurt having Stacey Ann Chin as part of the ensemble to bring the message being conveyed by Meshell and the other vocalists home with gritty spoken word prowess as only she could deliver! As expected, the musicianship of her band was superb. It’s ability to paint a primal picture, at times melancholy then exuberant, of the theme implied by the production’s title ‘The Fire Next Time: The Gospel According To James Baldwin’, mesmerized the audience so that you were forced to sit silently and listen intensely or get up and dance a jig at the invitation of the performers. Anyone who didn’t feel inspired enough to get involved in social justice issues on some level after witnessing this show had to be comatose! And that’s why I’m looking forward to a recording being made available to share with those who couldn’t make it to the revolution unleashed last night!!
October 20th 2018
I honestly wasn't expecting much from this show. Then she came on stage and totally deconstructed me. Destroyed me. What's strange is that I never more happy to let someone do that. I hope it's the first of many times. Thank you.
Maryam
Los Angeles, CA@
bluewhale
July 27th 2018
This woman is brilliant. The whole thing was awesome... her music and choices, Jeff Parker, and the images by Cauleen Smith. All of it was brilliant. 10:10.
Nik
Phoenix, AZ@
Musical Instrument Museum
May 12th 2018
Amazing my artist but the show was a bit shorter than expected because she wasn't feeling well.
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