1. "Repulsion" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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    Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition will perform retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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    • "Out Now" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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      Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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      • "Kingdom of Drink" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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        Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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        • "Submarine Down" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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          Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition will perform retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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          • "Heads" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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            Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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            • Staceyann Chin at "Breaking the Silence, Beating the Drum"

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              Staceyann Chin's performance at Culture Project's March 2009 concert at the United Nations, "Breaking the Silence, Beating the Drum," in commemoration of the end of the Transatlantic slave trade.

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              • "Rehab" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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                Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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                • "Cavity" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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                  Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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                  • "Cold Parade" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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                    Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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                    • "Peter Jennings" - The BRC Meets The Negro Problem 10-23-2010 BAM Cafe

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                      Before the acclaim of the award-winning musical “Passing Strange,” BRC members Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”) were working-class indie rockers chasing a dream. Their quixotic band, The Negro Problem, was a cult favorite on the underground circuit. Then “Passing Strange” changed everything—Stew and Heidi are now two of the most in-demand composers and dramaturges in the business. Celebrating the bands’ pre-fame roots, the Black Rock Coalition performs a retrospective of material Stew and The Negro Problem in conjunction with BAM’s presentation of their new work, “Brooklyn Omnibus,” at The Harvey Theater, featuring the BRC Orchestra and several special guests! Dean Bowman - Vocals Kelsey Warren - Vocals Leah King - Vocals Militia - Vocals Maritri Garrett - Piano & Vocals Julia Read - Vocals Music Read - Percussion Darrell McNeill - Bass Andre Lassalle - Guitar Dave Dawson - Drum Shawn Banks - Percussion Wayne Cobham - Trumpet V. Jeffery Smith - Sax Leon Gruenbaum - Sax

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