Rudy Jr, gives special show at Steele Bar
Local celebrity and well known artist Rudy Love Jr’s name resonates with anyone who grew up in Wichita with great live music. Rudy hosted a night of soulful jams on Oct. 20 at the Steele Bar in Old Town. His reputation for always putting on a great live show proceeds him, and he didn’t disappoint. The Steele Bar welcomed him in and he took over! We thank Tone G for the invite and look forward to attending more events at the Steele bar in the future! We’re happy to look Rudy Love Jr. up on Spotify. We know now, since we asked him where we could find more of his music. Just like his dad Rudy, Sr. was to my mom’s generation, he’s our local celebrity with a great following.
Love and Hip Hop New York Cardi B at Club Bounce
It went down at Club Bounce in Old Town on Oct. 22, when Ms. Cardi B., everyone’s favorite Love & Hip Hop New York femcee came to kick it in the dub! Dressed to impress, were both the host and the crowd and everyone was up. Folks came to dance and enjoy the atmosphere. Drinks were flowing and bodies too; this was the event to be at boo! We thank Ms. Brittany for the special invite and Club Bounce is easily becoming one of The Party Time ladies favorite Oldtown venues. See Club Bounce upcoming events on Facebook and trust Shy and Kandy B will be in the building! Especially when Club Bounce is infamous for bringing in big named artist and keeping the crowd packed, it is a venue worth going back to!
Desmond Bryant delivered again this month with his Wichita Area Talent Showcase,
an opportunity for local and area talents of all genres to showcase their stuff. ? His Oct. 30 WATS at 40 Plus offered a little biT of every kind of talent – like the great singer Zyesha Allen, a 17-year-old songstress that killed Alicia Keys “If I Ain’t Got You.” Making the trip from Kansas City was an artist named “101” who did his “Modern day Poets,” had our attention, but seeing this talented artist was willing to travel and share his gift with Wichita is what made him so special! Also the R& B artist Kevin Phillips aka KP graced the stage and had us jamming out with him for his song “Yippi Yah Yaa.” Stealing the stage however was David Bauingardner with his spoken word piece called “Crack Cocaine.” His delivery and storytelling within the piece was not only inspirational, but very transcending. This was a classy event that The Party Time would love to cover again!