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Yoshi's Oakland
510 Embarcadero West
Jack London Square
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone: 510.238.9200

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Sisters of Soul III: The Urban Diva Suite

August 20, 2013

feat. Qui510, Dee Dee Simon, Stacy Audreine & DJ Pam The Funkstress, with a special guest appearance by Miss Brely Evans

Tuesday, Aug 20
8pm $18

Join us for another installment of SISTERS OF SOUL featuring some of the Bay Area's most sensational Urban Diva's. This is guaranteed to be another sizzling summer night of "Soulful Sisterhood", as these seasoned soul singers perform songs from their new CD projects bringing you the best in Alternative, Hip Hop, Neo-Soul & Funk Music- Raw, Un-cut, and Inspirational for All Ages.

Hosted by Oakland's very own Qui510, b.k.a. TriQui Di & her incredible "REVIVAL" band, with special guest DJ Pam the Funkstress and a special guest appearance by Miss Brely Evans.

Produced by Mark T. Elliott of The A-List Musiq Circle (Your Bay Area's Who's Who Entertainment Network)

QUI510 (Pronounced key-five-ten) - is a star on the rise in Oakland, CA. Perhaps you’ve noticed her light shining brightly beyond the hills of the East Bay city she calls home? Perhaps you’ve had the opportunity watch her work a crowd with the moxie of a seasoned entertainment veteran? Perhaps you’ve heard her rich, powerful voice belting out stories of love, pain, joy and tragedy with the passion and emotion of the late Phyllis Hyman or the great Ella Fitzgerald? Make no mistake though; she is hardly the broken-hearted ingénue that you may think she is. Like rolling thunder, she can bring banging beats and ghetto rhapsody that can rival the likes of Missy “Miss-dea-meanor” Elliot, Mary J. Blige or “Da Brat”. Who is she? “Who” indeed, the one and only Qui150!

My Fantasy Music Video:

Web Site:

- was born and raised in Deep East Oakland. She was born to sing and has been doing just that since the age of 4 yeas old. When asked to describe herself, she clams, “I’m just another girl from around the way, a product of my surroundings with hopes to make it big. Dee Dee was nurtured in the Baptist Church were she has honed her vocal skills, only to discover a voice of her own. Like any other inspiring artist, she has met challenges in pursuing her career in the music industry, only to use these experiences to strengthen the soulful power house she is today. Dee Dee has had the opportunity to perform with R&B artist such as Dwayne Wiggins, Kindred Family Soul, Chauncey of Black Street, Rome, and The Temptations; and is well known in the hip hop community working with artist such as Spice 1, Rick Rock and E-40, as well as comedians Dick Gregory & Paul Mooney ……and the list goes on! Last year Dee Dee competed for a spot as a KBLX Stone Soul Concert opener, which she has won and was granted the opportunity to open for musical greats such as Chaka Khan, Charlie Wilson, Cameo, Lake Side & the Ohio Players. This came as no hand out, she competed with some of the best local artist, and is now a finalist in the State Farm Neighborhood Awards in Vegas, a wonderful opportunity she could only dream of. Dee Dee is also a play write with the success of her 4th gospel stage play , “FOR COLORED GUYS” that is now currently touring the Bay Area.

Dee Dee's Premiere Video "Grown Ass Woman:

Dee Dee sings "And I am Telling You":

- is a native of Oakland Ca, her talents and professional back ground entails singing, performing and songwriting. Stacy has sung professionally since the age of nine, beginning in the church choir under the direction of her mother Sharon Ms. Kittie Randolph. In September 2004 Stacy toured Japan singing in Tokyo, Nagoya, Yokohama, and other cities across Japan. She sang the National anthem at the NBA Warriors VS. Charlotte basket ball game in 2000. She sang back ground on Regina Bell’s “Reaching Back Album in 1995-96, Dwayne Wiggins of Tonie Tone Tony, as well as all time great Lenny Williams, Too short, Ant Banks, Spice, & Mac 10......just to name a few. Stacy along with her sister and brother have currently started the Sharon Randolph Foundation “Live And Not Die” in their mother’s memory for Breast Cancer, and is working out to bring awareness and prevention. She is working on her music project titled “motherless Child” this is Stacy’s way of thanking her mother for the long years of vocal training, accompanying her in live performances, and for all the support she gave her in her career. Stacy says “even though my mother is not here to physically see me, I still owe it to her to continue on with my dreams”

Stacy's Tribute to Brenda Vaughn (Live):

- ( Bay Area's most popular female DJ) PAM THE FUNKSTRESS... One of the true pioneers of FEMALE DJs the Bay Area hip hop community has embraced for more than a decade. Not only as a club dj, but as a performing artist as well..Known for cuttin the wax with more than just her hands, she has been asked to grace the stage opening for the some of the most elite in rap music from KRS-1,DJ KOOL and GRANDMASTER FLASH just to name a few. She has emerged on the scene in 1993 with a east Oakland based group called "THE COUP". Pam THE FUNKSTRESS has answered the call of duty to get the crowd fired up and leave the turntables smokin!

DJ Pam the Funkstress & The Coup: