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The Soul Rebels Announce Poetry In Motion ​Winter Tour

Announce ‘Poetry in Motion’
​ ​Winter Tour

Including Dates with Matisyahu, Tank and the Banga, & Big Freedia

Utilizing the strongest elements of funk, soul and hip-hop, The Soul Rebels have crafted a truly memorable modern offering that’s full of old-school spirit and charm.” – Forbes

“Poetry In Motion is bursting at the seams with [The Soul Rebels] signature gumbo of Hip

Hop, soul, jazz, funk, rock and pop.” – Hip Hop DX

New Orleans brass/hip-hop ensemble The Soul Rebels continue building momentum with their new album Poetry In Motion – released October 25th via their imprint Rebelution Music Group, on Artistry Music/Mack Avenue Music Group. Today, the band have announced a winter tour in support of the project that will take them to cities across the US, including dates with Matisyahu, Tank and the Bangas, and​ Big Freedia – who are also featured arists on the album.

Poetry In Motion is stacked with features including Robert Glasper, Trombone Shorty, and 2020 Grammy​ nominated artists Tank of Tank and The Bangas (​Best New Artist) and​ PJ Morton (Best R&B Album, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song). The​ album hit the charts with a vengeance, debuting at #1 Contemporary Jazz, #11 on Current Rap chart, #14 Current R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart, #6 on the Current R&B Albums chart, and #149 on the overall Current Top Albums chart. They have recieved praise from Apple Music’s Ebro Darden, Billboard, Forbes, Hip Hop DX, OffBeat, Relix, and more. The​ Soul Rebels song “Greatness” was tapped by ESPN​ as the network’s official College Hoops Blockbuster promo song for the 2019-20 season.

This year The Soul Rebels also bring their musical virtuosity to the masses by providing an a cappella vocal introduction, harmony and backing vocals on Dave East​  featuring Nas’ track​ “Godfather 4”​. Stay tuned for new music and collaborations from them in 2020.

Listen to ‘Poetry in Motion’

Tour Dates:

12/30 – Philadelphia, PA – The Ardmore Music Hall  *with Matisyahu

12/31 – Philadelphia, PA – The Ardmore Music Hall

1/7-12 – Miami, FL – Jam Cruise

1/13-18 – Havana Cuba – Havana Jazz Festival *with Tank & The Bangas & Cimafunk

1/24 – San Francisco, CA – The Independent

1/25 – Oakland, CA – The New Parish

2/25 – Snowmass Village, CO – Snowmass Base Village

2/27 – Cincinnati, OH – Riverfront Live

2/28 – Pittsburgh, PA – Thunderbird Café & Music Hall​ ​

2/29 – Cleveland, OH – Tower City Center *Private Event

3/1 – Buffalo, NY – Buffalo Iron Works

3/2 – Syracuse, NY – Westcott Theater

3/3 – Portsmouth, NH – The Press Room

3/6 – Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall

3/7 – Poughkeepsie, NY –  Revel 32

3/8 – Greenfield, MA – Hawks & Reed Performing Arts Center

3/10 – Portland, ME – Port City Music Hall

3/11 – Norfolk, CT – Infinity Music Hall

3/12 – Fairfield, CT – StageOne

3/13 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl *with Special Guests

3/14 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Bowl *with Special Guests

3/15 – Cambridge, MA – The Sinclair

4/9 – Chapel Hill, NC – Carolina Performing Arts-UNC at Chapel Hill *with Big Freedia

Tickets Available at TheSoulRebels.com



The Soul Rebels have become the go-to live band for major artists to share the stage with, from the likes of Katy Perry, Nas, Marilyn Manson and DMX to​ G-Eazy, Rakim, and​ Joey Bada$$. They recently toured with Wu-Tang Clan and opened for The Rolling Stones at​ the historic New Orleans Mercedes Benz Superdome. Having performed alongside notable mainstream acts including Robin Thicke, Metallica, Talib Kweli, and​ GZA,​ The Soul Rebels always bring the heat to enhance their sets. Overall, this 8-piece brass ensemble continuously share their rich musical roots and culture. They are the glue that merges modern and contemporary musical genres with heart and soul.


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