The booking coup was announced less than a week after Instrumental Entertainment bought the Exposition Park club. Creo Jones, marketing director for Instrumental, said the appearance will include an open-floor b-boy and b-girl contest to be judged by Herc or Busy B.
"It's new ownership, a new vibe, new everything," he says. "We kept a couple of bartenders and DJ Wood on Saturdays. It'll be a little bit of all genres. Thursday will be old-shool soul, R&B, hip hop and funk. Fridays will be underground hip hop--like KRS-One, Guru--and dancehall reggae. Saturday we'll have house, drum and bass and world beat."
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The Halloween appearance will kick off the club's mission of two live events with guest DJs per month, Jones says.--Jesse Hughey