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Hillary Clinton Presidential Rally In Harlem

Karen Civil - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally at the Apollo Theater on March 30, 2016 in New York City at Apollo Theather - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 30th March 2016

Hillary Clinton, Karen Civil and Harlem
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton

The Jazz Foundation Of America Presents The 14th Annual 'A Great Night In Harlem' - Gala Concert

Benny Golson - The Jazz Foundation of America presents the 14th Annual 'A Great Night in Harlem' at the Apollo Theater - Gala Concert - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 22nd October 2015

Harlem and Benny Golson
Harlem and Billy Harper
Harlem and Kimberly Nichole
Harlem and Kimberly Nichole
Harlem and Kimberly Nichole
Harlem and Kimberly Nichole

The Jazz Foundation Of America Presents The 14th Annual 'A Great Night In Harlem' - Arrivals

Wendy Oxenhorn , TS Monk - The Jazz Foundation of America presents the 14th Annual 'A Great Night in Harlem' at the Apollo Theater - Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Thursday 22nd October 2015

Harlem, Wendy Oxenhorn and Ts Monk
Harlem, Wendy Oxenhorn and Fred Staton
Harlem and T.s. Monk
Harlem and Billy Harper
Harlem and Buster Williams
Harlem and Buster Williams

Harlem School Of The Arts (HSA) 50th Anniversary Gala

Kehinde Wiley - Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) 50th Anniversary Gala Kickoff in the Grand Ballroom at The Plaza - Arrivals - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 5th October 2015

Wiley and Harlem
Wiley and Harlem

Will Calhoun Performs At Ginny's Supper Club As Part Of The Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival

Antonie Roney, Aruán Ortiz, Luques Curtis, Robin Bell-Stevens and Will Calhoun - Jazz drummer Will Calhoun and his band perform at Ginny's Supper Club as part of the Harlem Jazz Shrines Festival - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 7th May 2015

Harlem, Antonie Roney, Aruán Ortiz, Luques Curtis, Robin Bell-stevens and Will Calhoun
Harlem, Antonie Roney, Aruán Ortiz, Luques Curtis, Robin Bell-stevens and Will Calhoun
Harlem, Aruán Ortiz, Luques Curtis and Joaquin Pozo
Harlem and Joaquin Pozo
Harlem and Joaquin Pozo
Harlem and Joaquin Pozo

Video - Prince Harry Joins Manhattan Youth Baseball Team In Their Training


Prince Harry takes his US tour to Manhattan where he watches the Harlem RBI, an inner-city youth baseball team, training on the Field of Dreams. He chats to one coach who leads him round the pitch where he is presented with a baseball shirt by two other coaches who he poses for photos with.

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Harlem, Hippies Album Review


'The only band we like is Nirvana.
The only album we like is Nevermind.
The only song we like is Smells Like Teen-Spirit.'*

So say self proclaimed Thrash-Punk band Harlem, who are apparently, 'covered in bbq sauce'. Currently residing in their adoptive home in the 'Live music capital of the world', that is Austin, Texas, Harlem are originally from Tucson. Having been on a rather lengthy journey that has taken in LA, Tennessee, San Francisco and Nashville, where they are 'barred everywhere', Harlem have eventually found appreciation in The Lone Star State.

Michael Coomer and Curtis O'Mara have been playing together since they were fourteen. Both men share the egotistical duties of front man and band conduit equally, swapping guitar, vocals and drums as and when required. Helping to rationalise any potentially problematic situations in the desire to hog the limelight is the newest recruit, and psychology major, Jose Boyer on bass.

'Hippies' is the second album from Harlem and is a follow up to their self released debut, 'Free Drugs'. Having settled and signed (to Matador) the boys have tirelessly and painstakingly sweated over their new release, which they started recording back in July 2009. Harlem have previously drawn comparisons to The Kinks, The Shins, The Pixies and also their zip code neighbours White Denim. Clearly they are not just a Thrash-Punk band.

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