The Corner presents Tiff Beatty, Rashida Phillips, and J.P. Floyd


Meet us on The Corner every Monday night for an intimate musical experience featuring a variety of Chicago's most innovative emerging artists. We are thrilled to announce our open mic host for the entire month, Tiff Beatty!

We'll ring in the new year with Rashida Phillips and J.P. Floyd as the features for the night!

Sounds provided by DJ Cut Cuz.

Doors at 7pm. Open mic at 8pm.
$5||all ages
Hosted by Sam&Sasha
100% of door proceeds go to the artists. Support local music!

Meet your host and features:

-- Tiff Beatty is a spoken word artist, live event host, performance and conversation curator and activist. Every June to September, Tiff hosts Art Is Bonfire, a community gathering and performance cypher at the lakefront in Hyde Park, Chicago. Tiff curates and facilitates world-class festival programming at Chicago Humanities Festival year-round and is an arts and social justice organizer and educator #OurStoryChi an initiative of Black Lives Matter Chicago (18k likes on Facebook).

--Rashida Phillips
Intrigued by the magic and mystery of music, songstress Rashida Phillips explores ways in which sound and lyric invoke mood, feeling, and the range of human emotion over time. Rooted in jazz, she believes in carrying forward stories of tradition but also experimenting with the verse and flow of now. Beyond category. Performing both nationally and locally, she originally hails from St. Louis, Missouri but Chicago has become her anchor, a place to build community, raise a family, and further open a gateway out to the rest of the world.

--J.P. Floyd is one Chicago's most talented instrumentalists. The 25 year old hailing from the West Side attended Lincoln Park High School & Hampton University, where he became a member of the Pi Beta Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America INC. He has toured and performed with Kids These Days, Frank Ocean, Chance The Rapper, Kool and the Gang, Bette Midler, and Demi Lovato. Check out his 1st solo project, also produced by J.P. Floyd, entitled "Sarah: EPisode #1" here:


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