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Event Pick: Unity Concert at Cary 100 Restaurant and Lounge 

Sept. 24

click to enlarge Jamil Dee Jasey

Jamil Dee Jasey

Music may not change the world, but it definitely does make it a better place. To help combat the growing tide of violence in the city, a free concert will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, at Cary 100 Restaurant and Lounge. Jamil Dee Jasey, the Richmond musician and founder of the artist coalition Divine Souls has assembled a fine sampling of up-and-coming regional talents for the festivities. Scheduled to perform are the multicultural sounds of spiritual Hopewell hip-hopper Taesean Sog Blanding, Richmond R&B singer and songwriter Kayla Joy Pumpelly, spoken-word artist Sonya Agape and folk singer Lizette Ledon, with Arthur Lee Jr. manning the turntables. The socially conscious musical proceedings take place 6-10 p.m. 252-0334.
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