Live music at North Regional Library! 

Tearra Oso, an Afro-Caribbean electro-pop singer, dancer and drummer, will help launch the series on May 5.

Tearra Oso, an Afro-Caribbean electro-pop singer, dancer and drummer, will help launch the series on May 5.

 

This article was written by Patrick Larkin

 

There’s a new live music series happening here in the neighborhood called Live @ the Library. It’s happening at North Regional Library at the corner of Lowry and Fremont. Richelieu Morris, a rapper, producer, and Brooklyn Park library worker who lives in the neighborhood, is booking the series. We’re kicking it off on Sunday, May 5 from 3-4 p.m. and continuing it on the first Sunday of each month.

The highly talented Tearra Oso (pictured), an Afro-Caribbean electro-pop singer, dancer and drummer, will help launch the series on May 5. Oso produces a modern take on Bomba, the music her African ancestors brought with them. Oso also has Mexican roots and will review what happened on Cinco de Mayo in Mexico at the Battle of Puebla (Batalla de Puebla). Sample her music at soundcloud.com/tearraso.

Here’s the basic info for our upcoming Live @ the Library events: May 5 – Tearra Oso – Afro-Caribbean electro-pop singer and dancer. June 2 – Zhané – singer/songwriter, dancer, choreographer, actress, and co-founder/member of New Black City dance crew. July 7 – MC Longshot – well-seasoned and professional hip hop artist and producer.

Future sessions are to-be-announced, but we intend to continue the series into the fall. Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for us, including ideas for performers. We’re really excited to be bringing live music into the library here in the neighborhood. Sponsor: Friends of the North Regional Library. Info: stop by 1315 Lowry, call 612-543-8450 or visit hclib.org.