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Haiti’s Musical Heir Apparent Hits the International Stage with Exclusive New York Listening Party
The voice of a new generation, T-Micky’s music speaks to and of young people today, while crossing over to attract music lovers of all ages. His sophomore album “Atache," has garnered him a larger, multicultural fan-base. In June, its first Single "Nou Pare” featuring Wyclef was released to critical acclaim.
The exclusive event will feature a live performance by T-Micky as well as special guests, R&B singer Josh X and Rastarocker Jah Stix. The show brought to you by Altino Music Productions, Ayiti Deploge and Big O Productions will take place at S.O.B.’s, on July 23, 2014, the cultural mecca for music and artistry in New York City, located at 204 Varick Street, and will be hosted by Steve Azor. Doors open at 6pm and show time is at 7pm sharp. General admission is $15.
Born to a family of musicians and raised during a time of significant cultural and technological advancement in the industry, Sandro Martelly, also known as T-Micky, is the future of Haitian music. T-Micky is leading the evolution of “Kompa” music, with a diverse approach that is both traditional and youthful. His father is the current elected president of Haiti, Michel Martelly, who gained worldwide fame as musical artist “Sweet Micky”. Singer/Songwriter/
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