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KXT 91.7 presents Bon Iver
Ever since the door swung shut on that north woods cabin, we all felt like Justin entered a future we had imagined as kids.
Borgore presents: The Buygore Tour at The Bomb Factory
Disco Donnie Presents THE BUYGORE TOUR featuring BORGORE therealborgore.com facebook.com/Borgore instagram.com/borgore twitter.com/borgore Support by: GETTER AFK b2b Svdden Death Saturday, Feb 10, 2018 The Bomb Factory 2713 Canton St Dallas, TX 75226 Doors 6pm Age
Erykah Badu presents: Bless you Bruja! Another Badu Birthday
Get tickets at THEBOMBFACTORY.COM Erykah Badu presents: Bless you Bruja! Another Badu Birthday as always with Special Guests. Erykah Badu's annual birthday jam featuring her performing live, surprises and special guests for the the 3rd year in a row at The Bomb Factor
KXT 91.7 presents St. Vincent: Fear the Future Tour
GET TICKETS AT THEBOMBFACTORY.COM St. Vincent: Fear the Future Tour Presented with Margin Walker - Dallas + KXT 91.7
Steve Aoki w/ Desiigner - Dallas, TX
Disco Donnie Presents... Steve Aoki Kolony US Tour with special guest: Desiigner A portion of the proceeds benefit the Aoki Foundation. Thursday, March 1, 2018 The Bomb Factory 2713 Canton St, Dallas, TX 75226 Tickets on sale Dec 12 at 10am central at: DiscoDonnie
Feb 26, 2017 | 7:00 PM | Sunday
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Start on : February 26, 2017 7:00 PM Sunday
End on : February 27, 2017 2:00 AM Monday
Erykah Badu presents: SAUCEIZM, Another Badu Birthday Bounce
Erykah Badu's annual birthday jam featuring live performances and special guests.
Erykah Badu was born on February 26, 1971 to William and Kollen Wright in Dallas, Texas. They named her Erica Abi Wright and she was the first of their three children. She inherited a taste for music from her mother who introduced her to multiple genres of music (Joni Mitchell, Parliament-Funkadelic, Pink Floyd, Phoebe Snow, Chaka Khan). At the tender age of four, Badu began singing and dancing in productions at the local Dallas Theatre Centre. It wasn't until her acting debut in the Martin Luther King Jr. Recreational Center's musical production of "Really Rosie," directed by her godmother Gwen Hargrove, that Badu realized she was a natural performer. "I played Alligator," Badu says, "and at 6 years old, I got my first standing ovation. I knew I wanted to bring people to their feet from that point on."
Badu stayed true to her artistic leanings and enrolled at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing Arts in the late '80s. Tomboyish and a bit of a class clown, Badu devoted most of her time to perfecting her dance form, studying the techniques of Martha Graham and Katherine Dunham, as well as practicing ballet, tap, and modern dance. Badu also sharpened her Hip-Hop skills, freestyling on the Dallas radio station 90.9 FM KNON under the name Apples the Alchemist until she eventually changed the spelling of her name from "Erica Wright" to "Erykah Badu," "kah" being Kemetic (Egyptian) for a human's vital energy or "inner-self" and "ba-du" after her favorite jazz scat-sound. But later, Badu would discover that her chosen name holds a far deeper meaning.In 1989, her senior year of high school, she decided to dedicate her life to a path of holistic wellness and became a vegetarian.
Badu enrolled at Grambling State University, where she majored in theater and minored in Quantum Ph