Stooges Brass Band w/ Jeremy Isaac & the Hangover and Bohemian Sunrise- Toss the Boss Party
Jeremy Isaac & the Hangover, Bohemian Sunrise
3801 Chestnut St
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM (event ends at 2:00 AM)
This event is 21 and over
Stooges Brass Band
The Stooges Brass Band has been one of the elite brass bands in New Orleans but only recently are receiving the accolades and well deserved recognition of their importance to the music scene of New Orleans. Since 1996, their high energy show on the stage and in the streets has engaged audiences with their innovative blend of traditional New Orleans brass sounds and contemporary hip-hop beats. The Stooges Brass Band has gained notoriety across the USA and the world as a full-blown musical party whether leading a second-line parade or performing their spirited stage show.
The Stooges Brass Band are undeniably one of the hardest working bands out of New Orleans and their dedication to their craft has made an impact. In October 2010, The Stooges Brass Band victoriously battled in the finals for the title of Red Bull Street Kings under the iconic Claiborne Bridge in NOLA. Along with this auspicious title, The Stooges Brass Band won an all-expense paid trip for a recording and mentorship session with a producer in the Red Bull Studios in California. In April 2011, the Stooges Brass Band were awarded the title of "Best Contemporary Brass Band" at the Big Easy Music Awards. Whether they're second-lining in the back streets of the Crescent City, or performing in clubs across the country, the Stooges Brass Band immerse crowds in a high-energy, cut loose vibe that's contemporary yet deeply rooted in the culturally rich musical legacy of city of New Orleans.
Jeremy Isaac & the Hangover
To witness this young singing sensation is to see someone with the musical talents of Stevie Wonder and vocal propensity of Luther Vandross 's birth all over again. Since the tender age of 7 years old, Jeremy knew that this was what he wanted to do. Jeremy started his singing career as a member of the Bethesda Temple of Faith children’s choir in Philadelphia.
Growing up Jeremy realized just how special his gift was, so he invested time and dedication into learning everything he possibly could learn about it. He started obtaining vocal instruction with Philadelphia's renowned vocal coach Renee K. Robinson-Way and theatre training at Pennsylvania’s oldest African American theatre company, Freedom Theatre. His voice has been heard at many functions and events in and around the "City of Brotherly Love."
Jeremy Isaac has graced the stage and/or performed for many music professionals such as: The Philadelphia Boys Choir, R&B soulful songstress Angie Stone, the legendary Charlie Wilson, music and Broadway star Stephanie Mills and worldwide International Superstar Celine Dion. He's worked with producers Maurice Starr, Quincy Patrick and Marcus Devine.
Jeremy made his acting debut touring with the hit stage play "Baby Mama Drama." That gave him the opportunity to work with and learn from great actors Clifton Powell and Kym E. Whitley, also award-winning R&B vocalist Dave Hollister and R&B singer Monifah. Jeremy excelled to the semi-final round as a contestant on the nationally televised show, "Star Search" and won “Best New Talent” competition in Los Angeles, California; beating out over 2,000 contestants in the singing category.
Jeremy Isaac is currently working on his debut album.
Bohemian Sunrise was formed by a close-knit group of friends with the common goal of simply making the best music they could. Based in the Philadelphia/South Jersey region, Bohemian Sunrise takes their raw, rhythmic sound to unprecedented levels through their creative instrumentation, insightful songwriting, and genre-transcending arrangements. Building their success through hard work and consistently winning over audiences at prime shows throughout their career, Bohemian Sunrise has earned the honor of sharing the stage with Rusted Root at Philadelphia’s famous Electric Factory, and playing at The Tweeter Center on the Waterfront in Camden, NJ with the remaining members of The Grateful Dead and Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers, in addition to joining The Steve Miller Bandat DE’s Frawley Stadium. Bohemian Sunrise has also gained a following in the clubs opening for headliners including Vince Welnick (The Grateful Dead and The Tubes), The String Cheese Incident, The Recipe, Jazz Mandolin Project, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Deep Banana Blackout, Peter Prince & Moon Boot Lover, The Bomb Squad, and Vinyl at venues including the Theater of Living Arts (TLA) and the Trocadero in Philadelphia, NJ’s famous Stone Pony and Conduit, MD’s Funk Box/8×10 Club and Recher Theater, and the legendary Stone Balloon in Delaware. Their upcoming 2009 Winter/Spring tour will include a mix of new venues as well as return stops at NC’s Blind Tiger, Dragonfly Theatre, and Smokey Joe’s, in addition to NY’s Cyber Café West, various festivals, and more!