great crowd, always a great time.
* Thursday: Lamine Toure & Groupe Saloum (http://www.myspace.com/groupsaloum)
* Friday: Zili Misik (http://www.myspace.com/zilimisik) - All Female Band Bringing African,
Caribbean, American Soul to Boston and the nation!
* Saturday: Balla Kouyate & World Vision (more below)
* Sunday: NOT AT BEEHIVE (but still awesome): Rubble Bucket Orchestra @ Johnny D's
As always, check out the Boston Modern Global Music calendar for upcoming awesome shows:
CATCH BALLA KOUYATE AND WORLD VISION AT A RARE BOSTON SHOW!
Balla and his group, World Vision, will play at The Beehive in Boston on SAT 11/22. It's a pretty
hip club that also serves food. It was opened by Berklee professors and alum. Only diners get a
table and I believe it must be reserved. We saw James Belushi there. He got up and belted up a blues
tune with the band and played the harmonica. Anyways, entry is free. The band goes on at 10 PM and
plays til around 1:30 AM. Here are the details:
SATURDAY November 22, 2008
10 PM - 1:30 AM
The Beehive (in the Cyclorama building)
541 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116
617.423.0069 (call to reserve table or do it online)
parking is on the street, valet parking available
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