Lookin' 4 Tradition
IN BLACK N' WHITE is a group of musicians that has been playing together for over fifteen years. Collectively they bring over 200 years of experience to the stage for your enjoyment. Backgrounds in Jazz, Classical, Rock, R&B, Latin, and Reggae gives the band an eclectic seasoned approach. Add some smooth vocals in the mix, and it all becomes an extraordinary mix for your listening and visual delight. The group strives to master the four principles of the musical art form: Excellence in composition, Musicianship, Production, and Performance. IN BLACK N' WHITE has performed throughout the Midwest, generating very positive reviews. The group has been a regular at the world famous "Summerfest', as well as having performed at 'African World Festival' numerous times over the past twenty years. The band has performed at the 'Farm Aid Festival'(made famous by Willie Nelson) as well as Dane Dances, the summer concert series in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin. Eleven W.A.M.I. (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) award nominations in the reggae, and adult contemporary categories over the last thirteen years proves that the band is very serious about it's music .The group has shared the stage with acts such as Maxi priest, Kool and the Gang, Steel Pulse, Blood Sweat and Tears, Inner Circle, Ringo Starr's All-Star Band, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, The Bar-Kays, The Funky Meters, and Lucky Dube to name a few, as well as having performed at some of the finest resorts, yacht clubs, country clubs, festivals, and night clubs that the nation has to offer. IN BLACK N' WHITE has reached out to audiences in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Los Angeles. A Labor Day crowd in Atlanta estimated at 30,000 cheered the group on in celebration at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel 'An excellent band to fill in the gray times of an evening' WMSE 'Milwaukee's best musical act' Shepherd Express 'Definitely an experienced act,hard to beat'
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