CB9 Fest: Durieux

Join us throughout June for CB9 Fest presented by The National Jazz Museum in Harlem, curated by IAMCHELSEAIAM and supported by the West Harlem Development Corp.

Durieux is a Bronx-based band known for an idiosyncratic, yet moving, take on Alternative R&B/Soul. Led by singer and rhythm guitarist Bryan Durieux,  the band originally begun as a solo act. Over time, the music evolved to a point where Bryan began to perform on stage with a full band behind him. The blend of Bryan’s talent melded with soulful bass (Seth “Happy” Nicholson), groove centric drums (Danny Castro), and intricate guitar (Gannon Ferrell) is a sight to see. Bryan is a story teller and a performer that writes his lyrics, from the heart, based on experiences in life that anyone can find relatable. Blend that with sound of his band and it becomes an experience that will have you in your feelings, but also make you want to groove and be on stage with them singing your heart out.

This show is curated by iamchelseaiam and made possible by the West Harlem Development Corporation and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.

Sat, Jun 17
3:00 pm

St. Nicholas Park - 135th & St. Nicholas

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