$20 Cover | 19+ | Opener: Charly Hustle
With a catalogue that ranges from James Brown-style funk to contemporary Southern soul to collaborations with French house DJ Martin Solveig, Lee Fields has done it all. At a time when many new artists are trying to emulate the soul and swagger of the 1960s, Lee Fields just has to record a new record. This authenticity is on full blast, once again, with Emma Jean, the new offering from Lee Fields and The Expressions on Brooklyn’s own Truth & Soul Records. He brings a different kind of strut to Emma Jean. In fact, it feels like a natural progression; an organic, refreshingly pure next step.