Come rock with us at Episode 5 of #OneLoveAtHeartland! For the month of May, the title and theme of the night will be “Which Side Are You On?” in honor of International Workers Day (May Day), and the spirit of revolution!
Show up on time to catch the opening of the show (we will start promptly at 8!) and stick around till the end if you wanna hop in on the open jams/ciphers!
Our Chicago feature will be Súbele, a Latin Fusion band blending Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, R&B, House, Psychedelic, Jazz, Disco and Dance. (Súbele is spanish for “Turn it up” – a phrase we all say when we are enjoying something and want just a bit more of it.)
For our Rogers Park feature we are super stoked to bring out TASHA: singer, poet, and Black queer organizer from Chicago, IL. Raised in West Rogers Park, TASHA seamlessly weaves together poetry and music; speaking on Black joy, self-love, and radical softness. Her work for nonprofit BYP100 is also a source of inspiration for TASHA’s art. She believes in a world without police and prisons, and uses her art above all else as a vessel for revolution, liberation, and love.
As always your house musicians will be your friendly neighborhood social justice folk-rock/funk band, Adam Gottlieb & OneLove. With danceable music and lyrics directly inspired by current struggles for social justice, OneLove offers songs to the soundtrack of our revolution. Because the band’s message is for everyone, the musical repertoire intentionally crosses many genres to create musical experiences with something for everyone.
See you there!