Yes, it’s true. keyboard virtuoso Rashon Murph is leaving the ATL and headed for Los Angeles! The Velvet Note is doing a celebratory sendoff for this great musician and his band, and we want you to join us!
Rashon “RaMu” Murph is a Music Director, Keyboardist and Producer from Columbus Ohio who moved to Atlanta in 2016. He has Played and Produced for artist such as Xscape, Monica, Bootsy Collins, Musiq Soulchild, Nathan East, Victor Wooten, BeBe Winnans, Maurette Brown Clark and Jonathan Nelson to name a few. He can also be seen acting and producing on Greenleaf (OWN) and acting on Miles Ahead, a Don Cheadle film. RaMu graduated from The University Of Cincinnati College Conservatory Of Music with a degree in Jazz Piano. At the end of February RaMu and his wife will be moving to Los Angeles to further his music career. This will be his last show performing in Atlanta!
Joining Rashon for the evening will be singer and actor Eric Moore.
A native of Atlanta, Eric Moore is an accomplished performer who has graced stages across the country and around the world. His versatile blends of jazz, R&B, and Gospel and his engaging stage presence will both relax and satisfy you like a glass of fine wine. Eric has worked extensively as a vocalist, songwriter, and musical producer for over 20 years. He has appeared in numerous productions, including Tyler Perry’s, “I Can Do Bad All by Myself.” During Eric’s recent 40-city tour with “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County,” produced by Stephen King & John Mellencamp, his rendition of Tear This Cabin Down drew spirited audience participation and standing ovations.
ONE SHOW ONLY: 7:30pm Admission: $29.