She’s from CNY and She’s Headlining This NYC Music Festival Tomorrow.
If you've always wanted to see Grace Jones Live in Concert--there's still time. But before we get to that...
Here's a little Star People Trivia for you.
What do Grace Jones and KISS have in common? Keep reading to find out.
Grace Jones has had a stellar career.
The fact that she keeps herself relevant in modern music and fashion spaces makes her iconic career even more worth exploring.
Jones is most recently in the collective cultural consciousness by way of Beyonce's new disco-inspired album Renaissance. If you haven't binge-listened to the album in preparation for Bey's upcoming world tour --Jones is featured on track 10.
Did you know Grace Jones is from Central New York? It's true. Her family moved from Spanish Town, Jamaica to Lyncourt Selina, Onondaga County, NY when Jones was thirteen.
At 18, Jones began her early fashion career in NYC and Paris as a model. Several years later, she began her music career. We don't speak the ages of ageless icons. And yet, for context, Grace Jones started her music career around the same time as KISS. KISS has been performing for 50 years. That's big.
And since KISS's final tour is happening now, one can Gracefully assume (see what I did there) that Grace Jones' performance years may be winding down as well. Maybe.'
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Grace Jones to Headline The Blue Note Jazz Festival.
On Wednesday May 31, 2023 at 8:00 PM Grace Jones will Headline The Blue Note Jazz Festival (BNJF) at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
According to The Bluenote, BNJF is a
who's who of music culture and a hallmark of summer in New York City and Napa Valley — iconic venues and world-renowned artists integral to Blue Note and the history of jazz.
According to Billboard reporter Neena Rouhani,
This year’s (New York) festival will happen across a number of New York City venues including the Beacon Theatre, Sony Hall, Town Hall, SummerStage in Central Park, Celebrate Brooklyn at the Prospect Park Bandshell, the Blue Note Jazz Club in Greenwich Village and the Hammerstein Ballroom.
For more information and tickets, visit the Bluenote website.
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