“Amani” is the word for peace in Swahili. The band Amani was formed to share the concept of peace through music, for people of all ages, races, and religious affiliations. Amani performs music from a variety of genres including:
The Great American Songbook,
rhythm and blues,
Bossa nova, and
The concert will take place at 8:00 p.m. at the Salem Roadhouse Cafe at Townley Presbyterian Church, 829 Salem Road in Union, New Jersey.
The Salem Roadhouse Cafe is New Jersey’s most intimate coffeehouse. The doors of the Roadhouse Café open that evening at 7:30 p.m. Admission for the evening is $20/adults and $15/students.
The evening will also feature an exhibition, “Dance and Other Strangers: by Kathleen Heron and Mansa Mussa, in the Roadhouse Gallery of Fine Arts.
Dedication best defines the Roadhouse Café: dedication to excellent music and dedication to the community. In its tenth year, the Roadhouse Café reaffirms its commitment to both.
The Roadhouse Cafe began in 2008 by members of Townley Presbyterian Church with a grant from the Presbytery of Elizabeth. The Roadhouse Café operates as a non-profit raising funds for several carefully chosen local charities with the November 11 show benefitting Monarch Housing.
The Roadhouse Cafe offers its stage to local and independent main stream musicians. It is a clean, safe place for people who enjoy listening to live music, in a world of clubs and bars. Jazz, rock, folk and other groups have performed at the Cafe. Over the past ten years, more than 100 different entertainers have appeared at the Cafe.
Questions? Please call 908-686-1028 and leave a message.