The Band Called FUSE to Hold “Impossible Dream” Release Party at B.K.‘s Littlefield

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, N.Y. -- On Friday, October 25, Jersey emcee Silent Knight and NYC hip-hop/soul ensemble The Band Called FUSE will be unleashing their latest collaborative full-length, Impossible Dream. To celebrate the occasion, the crew will be holding an album release party that evening at Brooklyn venue Littlefield. In addition to a live performance by FUSE, the event will feature sets by special guests Rabbi Darkside, Negros Americanos and Undeniable. Doors will open at 9:00 PM.

Several members from the DJBooth staff, including our very own DJ Z, will be in attendance. Readers are highly encouraged to come out and meet the team! Click the link below to purchase advance tickets for the low price of $10.

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The Band Called Fuse   Silent Knight   Rabbi Darkside   Concerts

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