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Ages 21 and up
Friday, December 22
Doors: 10pm // Show: 10pm
AGE RESTRICTION: Only Ages 21+ can purchase tickets for this show. NO REFUNDS/EXCHANGES for anyone underage who purchases or attempts to use these tickets
Doors: 10:00 PM

Show 10:00 PM

“Yo, tonight we are all family. So, at the count of three, everyone yell out your
favorite curse word.”

So starts a typical show by R&B/Funk keyboardist, vocalist and band leader
TimaLikesMusic. Backed by drums, bass, trumpet, guitar, and a second keyboardist,
TimaLikesMusic shows are full of James Brown-style energy and musical comedy.

“When I say ‘I like’ you say ‘Music’… I Like – Music, I Like – Music…”

Tima’s big break came during Covid when she appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show to
talk about her viral series of humorous jingles posted on Instagram’s Reels platform. Since
then, Tima has composed music for companies & brands including Iliza Shlesinger’s 2022
Netflix special Hot Forever, Ralph Lauren’s short film, A Portrait of the American Dream,
National Public Media podcast sponsorships, and more. Her work on a podcast created in
conjunction with YouTube and National Public Media, The Upload: Rise of the Creator
Economy, won Best Branded Podcast at the 2022 PR Daily Content Marketing Awards.

“Fans adore her relatable content — she’s sung about everything from the
awkwardness of social interactions, to how to properly wear a face mask, to the
frustration of getting only one sauce packet with her fast food meal.” – NY Post

Tima’s summer 2023 EP, Love, Daddy Princess, is a nod to the smooth 80’s and 90’s R&B
era. Listen carefully and you can hear the influences of Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston,
and Sade.

Tima also produces and performs TimaLikesMusic Presents: That 90’s Love – old-school
R&B dance parties in which she hosts and DJs, accompanied by a live drummer. Most of
her live shows start with the live band set, leading into the TimaLikesMusic Presents: That
90’s Love after party.

After selling out venues in Brooklyn, NY and Washington D.C., Tima signed with
Wasserman super agent Andrea Johnson. More tours have since been booked, more
music has been recorded, and more plans have been made. You should probably jump on
this train before it leaves you behind at the station.

The beginning piano notes of “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton ring out. The
audience roars. “You want some funk on it?” The audience becomes a crowd, and
the roar grows. “We gonna put some funk on it. Ready?!”

They are.

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