Stacy Rene Band
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Stacy Rene Band

Chicago, Illinois, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012

Chicago, Illinois, United States
Established on Jan, 2012
Band Jazz Neo Soul


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In May 2012, Stacy Rene Erenberg co-produced a show called Mixed Mamas Remixed Vol.1: a multimedia performance art and storytelling experience that explored the intersections of race, class, gender and sexuality of two Black and Jewish thick bodied young political women. Stacy Rene wrote and arranged all of original music that accompanied the performance and called together a band of incredible local musicians to be the house band for the show. From there, the Stacy Rene Band was born and has been playing together ever since.


In December of 2014, they released a five song EP called, “Sing like Honey” and are in the process of recording a full-length album set to release in 2015. The Stacy Rene Band was invited to release their EP at the Arts Incubator, an art space in Chicago created by world-renowned artist Theaster Gates. The band is an intergenerational family band as the drummer, Joel Erenberg, is Stacy Rene’s father and the bass player a long time family friend.


Each member of the rhythm section carries over thirty years experience playing blues, jazz and soul in and around Chicago. Members of the band have shared the stage with legendary blues and jazz musicians such as Buddy Guy, Chainsaw DuPont, Big Time Sarah, James Cotton, Junior Wells, Leroy Huston, Pete Cosey, Latin jazz innovator William Cepeda and the "King of Plena" Luis Torrellas. 


Musically the Stacy Rene Band seamlessly blends improvisational and traditional genres with sultry sweet vocals that create an inventive interpretation of jazz and blues.  The Stacy Rene Band believes in the power of storytelling through music.  Stacy Rene’s original lyrics tell stories of love, struggle and resistance of American movements for social change.

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