If you like movin’ and a-groovin’ and forgetting all your worries, then boy oh boy, do we have the night for you. Clear your schedule for March 3, because you’re not going to want to miss out on this!
Toubin’s skill at spinning the best soul records ever made is being enhanced on this very particular night, because he has decided to fly these kings and queens of soul in to grace the stage live. Soul legends that ruled the ‘60s like Irma Thomas, Archie Bell, Joe Bataan, Maxine Brown, Young Jessie, Baby Washington, Ural Thomas, and David Johansen will be performing and blowing your minds, along with contemporary soul masters King Khan and Nick Waterhouse.
If you have no idea who any of these people are, don’t worry! I mean, I personally think you’re a square, but Jonathon Toubin is looking out for you and has created a Spotify playlist for you to familiarize yourselves with the artists before the show and to really enrich your music knowledge.
So get ready for the New York Night Train Soul Clap & Dance-Off 10th Anniversary shindig on March 3 at Warsaw in Brooklyn, NY—just across the street from the venue where the dance party originally debuted on a cold March night back in 2007. Celebrate in style with not only the best acts in soul music, but also a dance contest at midnight with a $500 prize, judged by a very distinguished panel—so if you win, you know you’re pretty damn good. Plus, the contest will be to a live performance by Joe Bataan & His Orchestra, so you know it’s going to be the time of your life!
Doors are at 7:30 p.m., tickets are a well-worth-it $30, and it’s 16+, so bring the kidos, bring one and all, bring everyone and get ready to dance your legs silly!