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Thu 7/29, 5:00pm

Darrel Walls

HAPPY HOUR BROADCAST

Broadcasting 7/29 at 5PM on our Virtual Stage! 

Multi-Grammy-nominated Gospel songwriter and vocalist Darrel Walls brings a strong sense of rhythm and melody to the songwriting process in equal measure.

Thu 8/5, 5:00pm

Stir the Style: A Storytelling Mashup

HAPPY HOUR BROADCAST

Broadcasting 8/5 at 5PM on our Virtual Stage! 

Award-winning writers, comedians and performers will take the stage for 10-minute performances, each bookended by the musical stylings of musical guest Fernanda Franco.

Thu 8/12, 5:00pm

Mwenso and the Shakes

HAPPY HOUR BROADCAST

Broadcasting 8/12 at 5PM on our Virtual Stage! 

The “wild” (PRI) troupe of multi-talents Mwenso and the Shakes throws “intense, prowling, ebullient” live gigs (New York Times) that are as much party as they are performance. EnJoy this performance from the New Haven Green.

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