$8 in advance/$8 at the door

9:30pm showtime

21+

 

 

November's performers include:
Seaberg (Live Band)
Dua (Singer/Poet)
Charles Zachary (Singer/Instrumentalist)
Nick Muhammad aka MASTERMIND (MC)
and Fazayah Rose Augusta (poet)

Hosted by Pierre Douglas Sr. aka Cool P of Baddie's Comedy Co.
Sounds by DJ Miss Brit
Motion Poems by Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay

Theme: Ancestry in Progress (Honoring our root chakra and connecting with those who came before us.)

#TheFeels presented by Visions MergingSoul Tools Entertainment, andJazz88 is where hip hop and jazz meet. It's a night of live instrumentation featuring singers, poets, emcees, comedians and more. The Feels (formerly The Feel Good Revolution) provides a space for art, entertainment, and healing to become synonymous with monthly themes dedicated to removing the stigma of mental health and healthy lifestyle choices. Throughout the night artists will perform content that inspires them to be their best selves.

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Pierre "Cool P" Douglass:

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Pierre Douglas was born in Chicago Il, and raised in Minneapolis MN. Being funny on Twitter is what lead Pierre to pursue stand up comedy in 2012. Since then he has opened up for comedians such as Darnell Rawlings, Ali Siddiq, and Cocoa Brown and self produced comedy shows throughout the Twin Cities. His greatest accomplishment to date is opening up his own comedy club with fellow Twin Cities comedians and having his comedy club be the hosting venue for Kevin Hart's Comedy Central show "Hart of The City. 

 

 

 

 

Fazayah Rose:

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Fazayah Rose has been around for millennia. She dives deep into her ancestral roots and creates pure light in art form. Her focus are her people; past, present, and future generations of black gods rising over and over again. Ashe

 

 

 

 

Mr. Master Mind: 

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Master Mind is a hidden gem in the Twin Cities Hip Hop scene. A very dynamic artist who has never been afraid to take artistic chances. Master Mind hold the mantle of adult contemporary Hip Hop... He's making it a thing.

 

 

 

 

Zachary Charles:

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Love and revolution. Educator, veteran, and farmer: music and writing have always been his first love, a place for catharsis, healing, truth telling and battle cries. Folk soul and genrebending collaborations bring original songs to massage the spirit. 

 

 

 

 

Dua:

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Dua is a multidisciplinary performing artist based in Minneapolis. Within the first year of their career, this artist won the 2017 VERVE Grant, a song premiere on Minnesota Public Radio's "The Current", a contract under Button Poetry as a host, a curating position with Patrick’s Cabaret’s Controlled Burn, an acting role in Queertopia 2017: Revolting Bodies * Beyond Flash, and much more. Dua has also gained attention in the film world by landing a primary role in the indie web series Sweetness of Wild and having poetry featured in the film “Baptism” during the MN KINO Film Score Fest.

 

 

 

 

Seaberg:

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Seaberg is a hip-hop, alt-jazz, and neo-soul band featuring multi-instrumentalist Taylor Seaberg, bassist Justin Halverson, and drummer Jay Weiler. Under their former name of "People Will Dance," Seaberg's in-studio performance of their song "Vibes" was featured in City Pages' Local Frames and the Local Current blog's Friday Five music video roundups. Seaberg has also performed at an MPR sponsored album release show for Chastity Brown's "Silhouette of Sirens" at The Fitzgerald Theater. 

In late 2016, Seaberg released their first demoed recordings. The name of the EP--'The People Will Dance Tapes'--nods towards the origins of the band while looking toward the future. Songs like 'Fool's Gold' pay homage to the stylings of jazz guitarist George Benson melding social commentary about hookup culture along with breakup blues. Taylor showcases her auto-biographical lyrical abilities on tracks like 'I Don't Know' and 'Run.'

 

 

 

 

Saymookda Vongsay:

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Saymoukda Duangphouxay Vongsay is a Lao American poet and playwright. She was born in a refugee camp in Nongkhai, Thailand and immigrated to Minnesota in 1984. Because of her unique background, her work is focused on creating tools and spaces for the amplification of refugee voices through poetry, theater, and experimental cultural production.

 

 

 

 

DJ Miss Brit:

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Brittany “Miss Brit” Lynch is DJ, poet, and entrepreneur who fiercely advocates for artists in communities of color. Her work exists at the intersection of media, art, curation and social justice, and community healing.She is the creator and curator of The Feels, a night of performance art dedicated to mental health and healthy lifestyle choices.