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Sculpture Garden Happy Hours featuring Ghetto Songbird

Aug 22, 2024
5:00 pm  -  7:30 pm
Members: Free
Non-Members: Free

Cash bar. Food trucks: Los Taquitos de Puebla

Happy Hours may be moved inside or cancelled due to inclement weather. Register for updates.

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Join us for another exciting season of the Delaware Art Museum’s Scuplture Garden Happy Hours with live music, seasonal beverages, local food trucks, lawn games, and the vendors you love. The season will also feature several new bands and food truck options. Once a month, the Museum will host special extended DelArt Night celebrations. On these evenings, enjoy an evening stroll through the galleries, interdiscplinary art experiences, alongside of the live music Happy Hours.

Kaffeina will be open during Happy Hours.

Samantha “GhettoSongBird” Hollins is an independent Rock-n-Roll singer-songwriter-guitarist from North Philadelphia. Since 2001 her cult fanbase has watched her blaze stages non-stop at legendary Rock venues including CBGB’s (NYC), The Bitter End (NYC), The Whisky A Go-Go (L.A.), The Troubadour (London), and The Overthrust Winter Mania Metal Fest in (Botswana) with hundreds of shows under her belt. She was also the curator of her own festival Wingdomfest.

GhettoSongBird recorded her “Alley Of The Earth” EP in Los Angles (2002) with the help of her mentor Rosa Lee Brooks (a recording artist in the 60’s, who wrote and recorded with Jimi Hendrix). The first single “landed” the Songbird on the classic B.E.T. show 106 & Park and in front of many music executives in a time that young Black women rocking with an aggressive electric guitar was taboo in the mainstream.

Mrs Songbird and her Roxsploitation band (featuring her husband Ronin Ali on drums & her best friend Chris Nelson on keys) has shared stages with some of their heroes including HR (Bad Brains), Angelo (Fishbone), RES, Vernon Reid’s (Living Colour) jam-band called the Free Form Funky Freaks (which includes Jamaaladeen Tacuma & G. Calvin Weston), Botswana’s metal legends Overthrust, spoken word pioneers The Last Poets, Sonia Sanchez and many veteran musicians. GhettoSongBird’s message music (she calls Culture Rock) has made a lingering impact playing throughout the USA, Australia, the U.K., Brazil and Africa, breaking rules along her extraordinary journey.

Organizers & Sponsors

Generous support provided by Art Bridges Foundation’s Access for All program. This organization is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. The Division promotes Delaware arts events on