Experience Mambo Sauce Live in Concert at LeftBank
Come and enjoy an experience like none other! On February 7th, the internationally recognized, locally respected, and award-winning Mambo Sauce will be sizzling the stage at LeftBank in Adams Morgan. Featured on BETJ, VH1 Soul and MTV, this electrifying band will reverberate your soul with its fusion of Latin, Neosoul, Hip Hop, Rap, Rock, Jazz, Go-Go grooves. Christened the quintessential groundbreaking band of its generation, Mambo Sauce will hit the stage at 11 p.m. to perform its in-demand hits such as "Welcome to DC" and "Miracles" and give the crowd a sneak preview of new music from its imminent debut CD. Native to the Washington, DC Metro Area, this septet's creation of sonic explosive grooves will reverberate in your head long after you have heard their last tune. Listed on the 2008 Billboard Hot 100 HIP-HOP/R&B Singles Chart and featured as the 93.9 WKYS' 2007 Band of the Year, Mambo Sauce's recordings are aired all over the world.
Mambo Sauce's "music forces you to move. Not just nod your head or tap your feet, it takes over your body, " as acclaimed in the Richmond Times Dispatch in 2008 by Melissa Rugierri. Are you ready for the revolution?
Tickets are $20. The doors will open at 10:00 p.m. and Mambo Sauce will take the stage at 11:00pm. In between sets, the infamous DJ Amaz will work the wheels of steel and keep the party going.
About Silver Starr Art Studios LLC (SSAS) - SSAS offers a wide array of services to empower artistic professionals and further artistic professionals' careers. Its six divisions include Visual Fine Arts, Music, Literary, Film, Graphic & Illustrations, and Website Design. For more information, please call 866-825-7182 or visit www.silverstarrartstudios.com.
About LeftBank - LeftBank is a very mod European-New York restaurant and nightclub that is adorned with savory entrees, state-of-the-art sound system, stylish white and glass walls, vivid color splashes, and dramatic lighting perfect for any event.
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