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Levitt AMP Trenton: Reverend Sekou&The Freedom Fighters w/Kingsley Ibeneche

Mill Hill Park
165 East Front Street Trenton, NJ 08608  
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Start:   Thursday, September 5, 2019  5:00 PM
End:   Thursday, September 5, 2019  8:00 PM

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Event Features: Concert, Free / No Charge, Free Parking, Good For Families, Live Entertainment, Outdoor Event, Volunteering

Neighborhood: South Jersey


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Join us at beautiful Historic Mill Hill Park in Downtown Trenton for the 10th of 10 FREE concerts at the 2019 Levitt AMP Trenton Music Series hosted every Thursday from June 27-September 5, 2019!

The Levitt AMP Trenton Concert Series is FREE to attend and will include live music and food vendors! See below for more info!

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Theologian and activist Reverend Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou & The Freedom Fighters storm the heavens with incendiary gospel songs that boldly tackle social issues. Born in St. Louis and raised in the Arkansas Delta area, Reverend Sekou has a unique musical style blending North Mississippi Hill Country Music, Arkansas Delta Blues, Memphis Soul and Pentecostal steel guitar. Reverend Sekou had previously made documentaries and written books before releasing albums The Revolution Has Come in 2016 and In Times Like These in 2017. His music draws upon harmonica, rock guitar and organ music to evoke the grit of southern farm life, the passion of street protest and the grandeur of the Mississippi River. One of his most popular songs, “Resist,” is a fierce cry for freedom and equality for all people. With his long dreadlocks and booming voice, Reverend Sekou cuts a distinctive figure, and his energetic stage presence gives his shows a revivalist air.

Kingsley Ibeneche calls it “soul music”. Ibeneche roots himself in traditions of Nigerian dance and rhythm as well as other modes of expression, from jazz-infused vocals spread across octaves to intimate, entrancing lyricism, and emcee's swagger and flow, thunderous bass guitar frequency and weighty beat production chops.

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