Artist Lineup for Levitt AMP Greensboro

Levitt AMP Greensboro Artist Lineup

Artists pictured above (L to R, from top to bottom): Gate City Divas, Bio Ritmo, Tom Principato, The Poetry Cafe and Abyss & Uprite Lions, Carolyn Malachi, Greensboro’s Ode to Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Piedmont Triad Jazz Orchestra, The Suffers, Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba and The Broadcast.

May 1 | Gate City Divas
This eight-woman funk, R&B and blues outfit brings a vast amount of talent, a larger-than-life stage presence and a deep love for their hometown of Greensboro, N.C.

May 8 | Bio Ritmo
The lively rhythms of Latin dance band Bio Ritmo will have audiences up off their feet, dancing to experimental salsa.

May 15 | Tom Principato
Seasoned Washington D.C. guitarist and singer Tom Principato fills the air with his catchy blues vocals and driving guitar riffs.

May 28 | The Poetry Cafe and Abyss & UpRite Lions
This evening of music and poetry, led by poet, educator and entertainer Josephus III, will move and delight audiences.

May 29 | Carolyn Malachi
True to her Washington, D.C./Baltimore roots, this contemporary blues sensation beautifully fuses blues, jazz, spoken word, go-go and R&B, creating a fresh blend of music that garners international praise—like MTV naming her an R&B artist “to obsess over.”

June 4 | Greensboro’s Ode to Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Join Greensboro’s finest musical talents in celebrating the life and musical legacy of pioneering African-American gospel singer and guitar virtuoso Sister Rosetta Tharpe.

June 12 | The Piedmont Triad Jazz Orchestra
This cross-generational big band upholds the tradition of musical greats like Ellington, Basie and Gillespie while bringing in their own unique flavor.

June 19 | The Suffers
These veteran Levitt AMP Music Series performers will have audiences up off their feet dancing to the infectious rhythms of their unique brand of Gulf Coast Soul

June 30 | Diali Cissokho & Kaira Ba
Journey to West Africa through the euphoric grooves of this funk, soul and rock fusion group nominated “Best African Group” at the All Africa Music Awards.

July 9 | The Broadcast
Described by audiences as a modern day “Grace Slick meets Led Zeppelin,” local North Carolina band The Broadcast adds an explosive twist to old school rock ‘n’ roll.

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