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JAMAALADEEN TACUMA PRESENTS: THE INAUGURATION WRECKING BALL
A Philadelphia artists-in-resistance concert
at The Philadelphia Clef Club on Friday January 20, 2017


Philadelphia PA – Musical artist, composer, and producer Jamaaladeen Tacuma gathers musicians, poets, spoken word artists, and inspirational speakers from activist and political organizations from Philadelphia to offer inspiration towards peaceful positive action in the face of anxiety, fear, and frustration that have been stimulated by the recent presidential election. 
Featured performers and speakers include Abiodun Oyewole of the Last Poets, Brotherzone, Dan Blacksberg, Elliott Levin’s Let There Be Light, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Julius Masri, Kirwyn Sutherland, Nick Millevoi, Pheralyn Dove, Rashann Rich, Sultan Akbar, Wadud Ahmed, Webb Thomas, and others. 
The concert takes place Friday, January 20th 2017 at The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz, 738 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19146. Venue Telephone: (215) 893-9912. Admission $5 at the door. 

The Inauguration Wrecking Ball is offered in the belief that art and social justice have been inextricably linked in our country, The United States of America. Artists — be they writers, painters, poets, or musicians — can be a mirror or a window for an audience, they can be a soothing voice or a harsh reminder, they can inspire others to action, and they can inspire an audience to unite in peace. Jamaaladeen Tacuma has been compelled by recent political events to make a strong statement of resistance against normalizing the values of the incoming President Elect, his cabinet, appointees, and all powers of extreme right political movements. Thus he is gathering artists, poets, spoken word artists and musicians along with inspirational speakers from activist and political organizations from Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the city where our democracy was born. It is the perfect place to make this very important statement and to inform and educate the public on how to channel their feelings of anxiety, fear, and frustration into peaceful positive action.




Abu D Juiceman will be vending delcious organic soul food. 

Admission is available at the door only, first come first serve general admission.

Please share this event, we want anyone and everyone who needs comfort and inspiration during this difficult time in our history to come out , enjoy themselves, uplift each other and gather positive energy to go forward.

JAMAALADEEN TACUMA PRESENTS: THE INAUGURATION WRECKING BALL A Philadelphia artists-in-resistance concert at The Philadelphia Clef Club on Friday January 20, 2017

Philadelphia PA – Musical artist, composer, and producer Jamaaladeen Tacuma gathers musicians, poets, spoken word artists, and inspirational speakers from activist and political organizations from Philadelphia to offer inspiration towards peaceful positive action in the face of anxiety, fear, and frustration that have been stimulated by the recent presidential election. Featured performers and speakers include Abiodun Oyewole of the Last Poets, Brotherzone, Dan Blacksberg, Elliott Levin’s Let There Be Light, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Julius Masri, Kirwyn Sutherland, Nick Millevoi, Pheralyn Dove, Rashann Rich, Sultan Akbar, Wadud Ahmed, Webb Thomas, and others. The concert takes place Friday, January 20th 2017 at The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz, 738 S Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19146. Venue Telephone: (215) 893-9912. Admission $5 at the door.

The Inauguration Wrecking Ball is offered in the belief that art and social justice have been inextricably linked in our country, The United States of America. Artists — be they writers, painters, poets, or musicians — can be a mirror or a window for an audience, they can be a soothing voice or a harsh reminder, they can inspire others to action, and they can inspire an audience to unite in peace. Jamaaladeen Tacuma has been compelled by recent political events to make a strong statement of resistance against normalizing the values of the incoming President Elect, his cabinet, appointees, and all powers of extreme right political movements. Thus he is gathering artists, poets, spoken word artists and musicians along with inspirational speakers from activist and political organizations from Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the city where our democracy was born. It is the perfect place to make this very important statement and to inform and educate the public on how to channel their feelings of anxiety, fear, and frustration into peaceful positive action.

Abu D Juiceman will be vending delcious organic soul food.

Admission is available at the door only, first come first serve general admission.

Please share this event, we want anyone and everyone who needs comfort and inspiration during this difficult time in our history to come out , enjoy themselves, uplift each other and gather positive energy to go forward.

The Inauguration Wrecking Ball- Philadelphia Artists in Resistance Official Participation list 

Abiodun Oyewole of the Last Poets,
Brotherzone- Daryl Burgee, Rashann Rich , Wadud Ahmed, Jamaaladeen Tacuma
Dan Blacksberg-Trombone, Julius Masri Drums, Nick Millevoi Guitar
Elliott Levin’s Let There Be Light: Tom Lowery,Ron Howerton, HEctor Rivera,DM Hoptep, 
Sonic Liberation, Steve Diehl Drums Percussion , Matt Engle - Bass ,Veronica MJ -Piano 
Jamaaladeen Tacuma-Bass
Kirwyn Sutherland - Poet
Pheralyn Dove - Poet 
Rashann Rich- Guitar
Wadud Ahmed-Poet
Alfie Pollitt- Piano
Richard Tucker -Guitar
Ron Howerton -Percussion
Webb Thomas-Drums
Bert Harris- Bass
Dm Hotep -guitar
Hector Rivera -Percussion
Tom Lowery - Percussion
Perry McCotter-MC
Bariq Cobbs -Live Painting
Kayzar abdul Khabir -Muslims 4 Humanity -Speaker
Senator Vincent Hughes Speaker
Jason Fifield -Videographer
Oscar Payne; Lighting, Projections
Tony Darrah - Sound Engineer 
Abu The Juiceman - Caterer Vending 
Rahima Tacuma- Associate Producer courtesy of Jam All Productions , Photographer courtesy of 
Sound Evidence