TAE & The Neighborly coming to the Jensen Center May 3

Like all good and helpful neighbors, TAE & The Neighborly believe that music is meant to be shared. You can experience the group’s spirited show, featuring soul, funk, and original songs, in the Tomorrow River neighborhood on Friday, May 3, at the Jensen Community Center Theater.

Come early to begin the night with a reception at 6 p.m. Choose from an assortment of handheld bites for purchase by Ruby Coffee and bar drinks from the Jensen Community Center. Doors to the theater open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m.

TAE & The Neighborly is a Wisconsin based soul-pop and R&B group who found themselves playing music together in a very unconventional way.

They were all neighbors, each one living alone on one floor of a five-story flat. Cake baking is a shared passion of the five-member group, but in the sugar shortages early in the 2020 pandemic, they found themselves continually knocking on each other’s doors asking for a single cup of sugar.

A group decision was made to all move in together and share cake-baking resources. And since everyone knows all good rhythms begin in the kitchen, it wasn’t long before the group began to write and perform together across the nation.

Critics hail the group as “having more kick than a bagged-up mule” (Rotary Times) and their live show “…going down smoother than a can of [beans] warmed on the campfire” (Cowboy Gazette).

The band themselves call their shows “inspiration fuel for self lovin’ [and] world changin’ ” and includes Tae, Daniel Pingrey, Kelvin Kaspar, David Blessent, and Andy Welsch.

Advance reserved tickets are on sale now for $15 for adults and $12 for students at jensencommunitycenter.ticketspice.com/tae through May 3 at 11 a.m. Any remaining tickets will be sold for $20 for adults and $15 for students at the door.

For more information, visit jensencenter.org, follow the Center on Facebook at Jensen Community Center/Community Spirit, or call (715) 824-5202.

And, don’t forget, the concert happens the evening of the first day of Amherst’s two-day Swap-o-Rama event May 3 and 4. A “boot sale” with vendors selling their wares from the trunks of their vehicles will be held on North Main Street both days.

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