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R&B Rewind Smooth R&B Soul Edition starring International Recording Artist Jeff Bradshaw
ft Algebra Blessett 6 pm Show

May 18 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

$50

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Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music Lounge and Lyn Brown Group & J Allen Productions are proud to present two incredible shows starring International R&B Rewind Smooth R&B Soul Edition  Starring International Recording Artist Jeff Bradshaw with Live Band featuring Algebra Blessett Doing his hits like “Make Some Time”, “Carrie’s Bread Pudding”, and his other classic songs Hosted by Patty Jackson from WDAS FM VIP Seating 50.00 2 ticket minimum  (No wait in line, reserved seating upfront) Dining Room 40.00 Bar Seating 35.00…

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6:00 pm VIP Seating (2 ticket minimum) (No wait in line, reserved seating upfront)
The first show doors open at 5 pm, showtime at 6 pm till 7 pm
$ 60.00
30 available
6:00 pm Main Floor Seating
The first show doors open at 5 pm, showtime at 6 pm till 7 pm
$ 50.00
120 available
6:00 pm Bar Seating
The first show doors open at 5 pm, showtime at 6 pm till 7 pm
$ 40.00
49 available
Meet & Greet 6 pm Show
Immediately following the show, meet Jeff Bradshaw for an intimate one-on-one opportunity. A maximum of 25 tickets will be sold. You'll need to purchase a 6 p.m. ticket to attend the Meet and Greet.
$ 20.00
25 available

Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music Lounge and Lyn Brown Group & J Allen Productions are proud to present two incredible shows starring International

R&B Rewind Smooth R&B Soul Edition 
Starring International Recording Artist
Jeff Bradshaw with Live Band featuring Algebra Blessett
Doing his hits like “Make Some Time”, “Carrie’s Bread Pudding”, and his other classic songs
Hosted by Patty Jackson from WDAS FM
VIP Seating 50.00 2 ticket minimum  (No wait in line, reserved seating upfront)
Dining Room 40.00
Bar Seating 35.00
Saturday May 18th 2024
2 Shows

The first show doors open at 5 pm, showtime at 6 pm till 7 pm
The second show doors open at 8.30 pm, showtime 9.30 till 10.30

Jeff Bradshaw

Jeff Bradshaw’s story began at a dusty floored church in North Philly, where brass bands are the main attraction. He was born and raised in church and that is where he had his first musical experience. The first instrument he began playing was the snare drum. Following that Mr. Bradshaw began playing the baritone horn and sousaphone. He recalls one very powerful day in high school when everyone was asked to stand in front of the instrument they would like to play. Of course, there was a crowd surrounding the drums, guitars, saxophones, trumpets, percussion, and woodwinds, but not one person was standing near the stack of trombones in the corner. Mr. Bradshaw believes that was the day the trombone was to begin its trek to becoming the coolest instrument in mainstream music, not just jazz. Mr. Bradshaw was determined to make the trombone hip, and not just an instrument for nerds in the high school band. As he transitioned into adulthood, Mr. Bradshaw began altering the plans for his future, realizing he wouldn’t be afforded the opportunity for college. The finances weren’t there for him to continue his education, so he bounced from job to job trying to buy time, until his (right time, right place) moment came. Unfortunately that moment wouldn’t come for another seven years. In 1994 Mr. Bradshaw began to meet the who’s-who of what is now the hierarchy of the Philly music community. People like James Poyser, Andre Harris, Vidal Davis, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Ahmir ”Quesluv” Thompson, Tarik “Black Thought” Trotter of the Legendary Roots Crew, DJ King Britt, Keith Pelzer, Darren Henson, Ivan Barrius, Carvin Higgins, and many others. It was because of these people that Mr. Bradshaw arrived into the real world of major recording, with artists like Eryka Badu, Jill Scott, Floetry, Darius Rucker, Musiq, The Roots, Earth Wind Fire, and Michael Jackson, just to name a few. It wasn’t until one night at a popular live music spot in downtown Philly called Wilamina’s, that he got his chance to step to the front of a very popular band that he played “side man” in. The leader of the band was Mr. Bradshaw’s dear friend, trumpet master, JafaR&Barron. This particular evening Mr. Barron was having personal difficulties and the band would not have had a leader for the rest of the night. So Mr. Bradshaw stepped up to the front with a trombone and began to lead this hip hop soul band as if he had been waiting for that opportunity all his life. A few years after that experience, the beautiful Jill Scott had begun to record her first album and Mr. Bradshaw was invited to become a part of that. He enjoyed every bit of recording on that record, and before he knew it, they were on the road showing the world who Jill Scott was. It wasn’t until the launch party of Hidden Beach Recordings (which was full of celebrities like Bill Duke, Carl Payne, Lenox Lewis, and many others) where Mr. Bradshaw met the man who would forever change his life, Steve McKeever (the CEO of Hidden Beach Recordings). He was a bright smiling music lover of epic proportion, but it wouldn’t be until 2002 when Mr. Bradshaw took advantage of a break taken by Ms. Scott. Mr. Bradshaw had begun to record some original material with a producer that he’d met at Wilamina’s, named Will Brock (Can You Come Over, Little One). This marked the beginning of a nine-song d o CD that landed Mr. Bradshaw his record deal with Hidden Beach Recordings. Mr. Bradshaw explained to Mr. McKeever that they could change what people thought should be a lead instrument in mainstream music.

Algebra Blessett 

The career of Atlanta, Georgia R&B singer and songwriter Algebra Blessett began to take shape with background vocal credits on a pair of 1998 releases: the remix version of KP & Envyi‘s “Swing My Way” (which appeared on the soundtrack of Can’t Hardly Wait) and Babydoll‘s EastWest single “Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love.” Involvement with albums by India.Arie (Voyage to India), Debra Killings (Surrender), Miri Ben-Ari (The Hip-Hop Violinist), and Eric Roberson (…Left) preceded Purpose, her debut album, released in February 2008 on the revitalized Kedar label. Supported with production input from Carvin & Ivan, Adonis Stropshire, and Bryan-Michael Cox, it peaked at number 56 on Billboard’s R&B Albums chart. Work with Anthony DavidVivian Green, and Esperanza Spalding followed throughout 2012. She released her second album, Recovery, for eOne in January 2014.

Details

Date:
May 18
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost:
$20.00 – $60.00
Event Tags:
Website:
https://wilsonslivemusic.com

Organizer

Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music
Email
tickets@wilsonslivemusic.com

Venue

Wilson’s Restaurant & Live Music
709 Warwick Road
Hi-Nella, NJ 08083 United States
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TERMS & CONDITIONS: Your ticket reserves a seat; you do not need a separate reservation. There is no reserved seating for late night events unless you reserve a VIP section or a table. All ticket sales are final and are not refundable. Tickets at the door are cash only.

  • All guests must purchase a minimum of one drink and one appetizer or entree; side dishes and desserts do not qualify as a minimum food purchase.
  • A 20% gratuity will be added to all tables.

Our goal is to create an atmosphere of unmistakable elegance. We ask our guests to choose attire that is appropriate for our restaurant. If in doubt, think evening wear or business casual.

Dress Code: Thank you for not wearing athletic shorts, sweatshirts, or sweatpants, excessively revealing clothing, exposed undergarments, or any clothing with offensive language/images, work boots, baseball caps, or tank tops.

GROUP RESERVATIONS

    • Group parties will be seated together if the tickets are purchased in one order. You must purchase tickets in advance on our website. The ticket serves as your reservation. For late-night events: First, come first, seated unless you reserve a table or get VIP bottle service.
  • We offer a discount on group tickets purchased in advance. We do not offer this discount at the door.
  • 10 to 20 tickets = 10%
  • 21 to 30 tickets = 15%
  • 31 and up tickets = 20%
  • You may bring a cake for special occasions. There is a $2 per slice cake-cutting fee.
  • All guests must purchase a minimum of one drink and one appetizer or entree; side dishes do not qualify as a food purchase.
  • A 20% gratuity will be added to all tables.

Please complete our event booking request form if you need to contact our team before purchasing tickets.

Wednesday: 6 pm to 11 pm
Wednesday Happy Hour: 6 pm to 8 pm
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Sunday: 11 am to 9 pm
Sunday Happy Hour: 5 pm to 7 pm

Your ticket reserves a seat; you do not need a separate reservation. Seating selection is first-come, first-served, so come early to get a great seat. All seated guests must purchase at least one drink and one food selection. A 20% gratuity is added to all checks.

There is no reserved seating for late-night events unless you reserve a VIP section or a table.

All ticket sales are final and are not refundable. Tickets at the door are cash only.

Please review our dress code. No outside beverages are permitted, and beverages cannot be consumed outside of the building.

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