Lady Moon & The Eclipse

Lady Moon & The Eclipse

Lady Moon & The Eclipse is a journey to the cosmic soul. Through soaring vocal textures and R&B/afrobeat-influenced rhythms, they create inspirational music that explore the cosmic soul; a journey to become one's best self. Lady Moon carries the essence of the Moon, delivering a message of love, peace, and light, while the musicians serve as the Sun shining light upon her. The audience represents the Earth, also known as the Star People of Earth, completing the metaphorical eclipse. With a marked emphasis on inclusivity and spiritual unity, Lady Moon & The Eclipse explore positive music through the live experience to grow and make a difference in themselves and in the world.

Lady Moon & The Eclipse released their debut EP, "Believe" available now on CD and online.

"They stole my soul, they stole it nurtured it, realigned it and gently returned it. I was entranced. They captured the room with their textured tones, group rhythm and extraordinary aurora."
- TransitBlog

"...dazzled us with thoughtful lyrics, sophisticated harmonies, and African dance grounded, 60’s inspired choreography"
- 1NCuration

"Lady Moon and the Eclipse rolls out in gold and black with red ruffles hanging from tail bones and hips - flair spouting off shoulders. Colonels or Goddesses?"
- Gambazine

As musicians coming from various diasporic experiences, the band takes cues from son jarocho (a regional music from Veracruz), jazz, classical, and electronic music, to create a new palette of sounds that are no longer a direct reflection of their sources, but rather of the musicians making them.

Stemming from a chance meeting on public transportation the summer of 2015, the band quickly gained footing in the live music scene, opening for Viento Callejero, an LA-based cumbia group, a week and a half later. That same year, they were hand-picked to perform at The Magic Garden's opening exhibit featuring Mexican muralist Edgar Saner. Since then, they have played stages across Philadelphia, NYC, and Mexico, playing with such acts like Jarana Beat, Radio Jarocho and Zenén Zeferino, and Mare Advertencia Lirika.

$10.00 - $12.00


Please note, there is a one drink minimum for this show (standing and bar stools) and two drink minimum at tables.

Limited seating is available on a first come first served basis.

Advance tickets are available online until 5:30PM, day of show. Any remaining tickets can be purchased at the door at showtime.

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Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2