Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for Europe in 2019 "
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Why not invite your favourite independent musician to play for your friends family and his fans in your front room, I’ll be surprised if he/she won’t show up sometime this year and play for you, let me know about it and if The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile is loose is near enough we’ll come and broadcast it too. If you would like to help keep the wheels on the Hub and on The Moose become a patron at
Happy Hosting, Happy New Year - Rob Ellen
Hey Everyone! I'll be touring solo in Europe this Spring:
Paris, March 19-25
Düsseldorf, March 26-28
Berlin, March 29-31
Munich, April 1-3
Konstanz/Zürich, April 4-9
Video Examples: https://youtu.be/JNhdalfrBhc
My shows contain original music, as well as involving audience participation to create a song together on the spot!
Please contact me if interested to host a concert at: firstname.lastname@example.org
thank you - Adam
NYC-based Adam Ahuja is a live-looping artist, keyboardist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist. He has drawn international recognition touring independently as an artist and as a past member of acts such as Robert Randolph & Family Band and the Ana Popovic Band.
Ahuja’s keen sense of the contemporary music scene prompted him to establish Infinity Gritty, a music label, consultancy, and artist development agency. Infinity Gritty has partnered with Grammy-winning label Ropeadope Records on distribution and promotion for multiple projects. Ropeadope is home to albums by jazz luminaries such as Christian Scott, Nate Smith, Snarky Puppy, and others.
In 2017, Ahuja released his critically-acclaimed album “Ubiquity” via the Infinity Gritty / Ropeadope joint venture, on which he composed and performed all music, including keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, and voice, and wrote the lyrics.
Adam Ahuja’s music incorporates influence from jazz, rock, funk, soul, hip-hop, electronic, world, and little bit of Vanilla Ice dance partying at age six. Ahuja melds a love for groove and an affinity with harmony, while flavoring his compositions with metaphysically-bent singing and rhymes.
When Ahuja plays live, he offers what he calls a “neolive” experience: one in which he draws upon a range of electronic instruments (keyboards & key-bass, singing & rhyming, beatboxing & drums pads) to record and loop the performance live, without the use of pre-recorded sampled parts. Ahuja’s shows often involve interactive participation as he loops and records audience members, bringing them on to the stage and giving them a personal connection to the performance.
Ahuja’s adept performances, charisma, and novel approach to the “one man band” paradigm have made him a widely viewed social media presence with individual videos generating well over 25,000 views.
Along his career path, Adam Ahuja’s work has led to collaborative highlights including writing and recording in-studio guitar parts for rock-legend Meatloaf, jamming on stage with musicians such as Jerry Harrison of Talking Heads, Questlove of The Roots, and Kenny Wayne Shepard, opening for legendary jazz pianist Chick Corea, and landing endorsement deals with Nord Keyboards and Motion Sound Amps.
Adam Ahuja has headlined, played, or appeared at a wide range of US and international festivals and venues. Recent highlights include Musikfest (PA, USA); Blue Note Jazz Festival (NY, USA), Morristown Blues and Jazz Festival (NJ, USA), Victoria Jazz Festival (BC, Canada), Costal Jazz Festival (BC, Canada), Gypsy Jazz-Fest (New Caledonia), Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise (Caribbean), Great Mississippi Balloon Race (MS, USA), Unifier Festival (CT, USA), Freemind Fest (PA, USA) DiscJam Festival (NY, USA), Folk Fest (PA, USA), Second Street Festival (PA, USA), and Sofar Sounds (SP, Brazil).
Adam also holds a Master's in Public Policy (MBA) from University of Konstanz (Germany) and BSBA in Management and Pre-Med from Bucknell University.
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