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The premier event features Jay Thomas and Killmama
ONYX (Jay THomas & Killmama)
A monthly exhibition of local musical talent
Thursday, March 16, 2017 at 9:00PM

Arts Garage
94 NE 2nd Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33444

$10 Online
$12 At the Door

For its premier event, ONYX presents artists Jay Thomas and Killmama

Arts Garage presents Onyx, an exhibition of local musicians premiering in the Black Box Theater, held every third Thursday of the month. Two bands will grace the stage at each event for a night of “in the box” entertainment. Arts Garage aims to be the the main music venue for local talent in Delray Beach by promoting and supporting our communities’ musical artists. Onyx will feature a wide array of musical styles, ranging from rock to folk, hip hop to bluegrass.

With an entrance fee of $10 and a BYOW policy (Bring Your Own Whatever - food and drinks, including alcohol!), this event is the best opportunity to hear some of your favorite local music and have a great night right in your own backyard.

Jay Thomas, the Miami-based musician, captivates music lovers with his androgynous voice, unconventional songwriting, and raw emotional honesty. From acoustic roots to electronic Miami hedonism, the flavor is unique for each occasion. He is best known for his work in the band Bluejay, the recipient of Miami New Times’ Best Band of 2015. Thomas is currently performing songs from an upcoming album with a new band including bassist Fred Baliwis, and long-time collaborator, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Oscar Quesada.

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Killmama, the Fort Lauderdale-based garage/blues band, is a beautiful mix of Stripes-esque guitar with plummeting drums, with a contrasting soft, sensual-side. Comprised of talented and charismatic musicians Sophie Sputnik (vocals, drums, and guitar) and Rob Kinglsey (guitar and drums), the duo’s energy is contagious. The band wants to make one thing clear: “In no way does Killmama endorse "killing mamas”. We love all mamas of all different shapes and sizes." Video: