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The local music scene is buzzing with excitement as we count down the days to a live performance at Bond Brothers Eastside. On October 21st, 2023, doors will open at 7 PM, featuring NC-native talent Jack Spade & The Alley Katz.
Jackie Spade, hailing from Kinston, NC, made his mark on the music scene in 2015. His journey as an artist was catapulted into the big leagues with a triumphant victory in the 2015 Sprite Hot 16 competition, followed by a memorable appearance at the prestigious 2015 BET HipHop Awards Cypher. It was clear that Jackie Spade was a name to watch in the industry.
In the years that followed, he continued to make waves in the music world, earning the coveted title of “Best Male Hip Hop Artist” at the Carolina Music Awards. But Jackie Spade’s musical odyssey was far from over. He embarked on a nationwide tour, sharing stages with some of the biggest names in the industry and releasing a string of over eight projects, each one a testament to his unwavering dedication to pushing musical boundaries.
In 2019, Jackie Spade’s star continued to rise as he was featured in XXL’s “What I Do” and collaborated with Reggaeton sensation Yoi Carrera on the hit single “Puerto Rico.” However, the global pandemic prompted Jackie Spade to undergo a musical transformation.
Fast forward two years, and Jackie Spade is back, armed with a fresh sound and a new approach to his craft. He’s incorporated live instruments into his performances and introduced audiences to The Alley Katz, a talented collective that reimagines his original Hip-Hop tracks. Inspired by artists like Tash Sultana and Still Woozy, Jackie Spade’s new musical direction promises to be a sonic adventure that is smooth like no other.
This is more than just a concert; it’s a musical rebirth, and you’re invited to witness it live. The doors at Bond Brothers Eastside will open at 7 PM, and the performance kicks off at 8 PM. Tickets are available now for just $10, but it’s worth noting that they’ll be $15 at the door if any remain.
So, if you’re looking for a night of groundbreaking, genre-blurring music, save the date for October 21st and make your way to Bond Brothers Eastside.
Don’t miss out on what promises to be a night of musical mastery, and enjoy a beer or two while you’re at it.